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Bento Senya Express @ Plaza Mont Kiara

 

Bento Shop Senya Express at Plaza Mont Kiara is one that provides quick to go meals. It is a takeaway-friendly cubbyhole with a cashier counter to place your order and some semi ready made to-go lunch boxes placed side by side one another on their refrigerator racks, all inside a limited space lot. Making its way into the appetites of office workers within and around the neighbouring premise, these bentos are decently packed with very basic and fundamental series of Japanese classics. Sure it didn’t look very aesthetic and delicious at the first glance. But I gave it a go, and frankly was surprised with the freshness of the ingredients. If there is anything at all that I must be picking on would perhaps be the lack of vegetables in the bento. I had to order Green Salad (RM 4) to compensate the short of fresh vegetable but it’s not as if Malaysians love vegetables that much to begin with.

 

1.Bento Shop Senya Express at Plaza Mont Kiara

 

BBQ Pork Bento (RM 16.50) is assembled with BBQ Pork, Seasoned Egg, Macaroni Salad and Japanese Pickles. It isn’t exactly cheap on price, but it is filling and good as a bento. Grilled Saba Bento (RM 16.50) had the same sides but was strangely accompanied by pieces of deep fried chicken. Still it was nothing as strange as the macaroni salad. I thought it was too much carbs in one serving. Really, it would have been so much better if it is it was a little more balanced, if not in accurate ratio like the food pyramid.

 

2.Bento Shop Senya Express at Plaza Mont Kiara
3.Bento Shop Senya Express at Plaza Mont Kiara

 

Both pork and saba were equally impressive, store seemed really neat and clean, food nicely packed and safely placed at the fridge, so if there are anything that is falling short would be the limited seats. But having that said, it is a bento shop. Japanese bento is preferably to eat at room temperature but those who like really hot food, microwaves are self service available for reheating.

 

4.Bento Shop Senya Express at Plaza Mont Kiara
5.Bento Shop Senya Express at Plaza Mont Kiara
6.Bento Shop Senya Express at Plaza Mont Kiara
7.Bento Shop Senya Express at Plaza Mont Kiara
8.Bento Shop Senya Express at Plaza Mont Kiara
9.Bento Shop Senya Express at Plaza Mont Kiara

 

Bento Senya Express in Plaza Mont Kiara is located at:
D-0G-05, Ground Floor, Block D (next to McDs)
Plaza Mont’ Kiara, No.2, Jalan Kiara
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 50480
Tel: 03-6206 1799
Business Hour : Daily 9:30am- 10:30 pm
Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/senyaexpressplazamontkiara

 

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UberEATS launches in Malaysia

 

Most of us are very blessed to have such great diversity of food choices around us and with the launch of UberEATS in Malaysia, enjoying such privilege is within a couple of taps on our smart phone. With the power of Uber’s technology, we are now all spoilt with not only choices for culinary experiences, but the flexibility within our own comfort zone; all at the touch of a button from anywhere and everywhere. In another word, we consumers can enjoy the right food the way we want it, at a planed timing, at any venue of our preference. Whether it is home or office, or even mobile work stations, there should be no excuse to skip your meals. I’m benefiting a lot from food delivery because of my long and uncertain working hours so when I got my invite to the launching ceremony, I had to share it on my social media.

 

 

Starting 21st September, UberEATS smartphone app officially launches in Malaysia with Kuala Lumpur being one of the first to enjoy the delight of food delivery service by the same technology that made ride-hailing a norm around the world. Very well planned and organised, the launch ceremony and party at Le Blanc (Bangsar) recently was more than impressive. Shri Chakravarthy Gopalakrishnan, General Manager of UberEATS (Malaysia and Singapore) gave us a brief of what it’s like ordering food via the app.

 

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Guests were treated with adorable presentation and tasty restaurant partners showcasing what they have to offer. While savouring the fancy ice cream flavours from inside scoop and tasting delicious good food from the Real Food, Sitka also exquisitely prepares tasty bites. On top of that, Uber Eats delivery partner delivered the dish that represents Malaysia most- the Nasi Lemak, and treated the guests with tasty nasi lemak in convenient bento boxes from the Nasi Lemak Antarabangsa.

 

 

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UberEATS begin serving KL neighbourhood with Kuala Lumpur central business district, Bangsar, and Damansara Heights being their first few but is rapidly growing very quickly to cover more areas in the near future. Payments are made with credit or debit card and there are no minimum order required albeit a small RM 5 flat of delivery fee for every order.

 

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Bringing consumers, restaurant partners, and delivering partners together; braving traffic, constant battling of parking bay, and the dreadful queues is no longer the potential package that comes with our meals. I made my first order and albeit the slight error of address input, my Uber delivering partner called upon arrival and sorted it within seconds. At the same time, I was on the online chat and team Uber whom also resolved my error in less than 5 minutes. All that and I still received my and fresh sashimi sushi delivered right to my doorstep in approximately less than 30 minutes (that’s the time I usually take to prep myself to go out for my meal).

 

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12.UberEATS launches in Malaysia
13,UberEATS launches in Malaysia

 

And to test the efficiency of communication between user on the app interphase, I’ve included my special request for extra wasabi. Ta da!!!! Got my extra wasabi nicely and neatly packed in my delivery package. Kudos to that.

 

UberEATS launches in Malaysia
14.UberEATS launches in Malaysia

 

So guess what I did with this extra time I had? I managed to complete my styling sketches for my client’s approval, and paid some bills online.

 

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The app is new, and some areas are yet covered within their delivery but be rest assured that it wouldn’t take them too long to deliver to more areas in Malaysia. If anyone is interested to try out the breeze or to rediscover the lost art of not cooking, here is the promo code to enjoy RM 15 off your first order : eats-syg20ue

 

 

Follow UberEATS on their social media for updates.

 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UberEATSMalaysian/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ubereats_my/

 

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3 Simple Steps that Saves You Time and Lunch Money

 

 

Ever wonder how to enjoy lunch at work without much hassle? Here are the 3 Simple Steps that Saves You Time and Lunch Money by TrySmartBite

 

 

What’s the first thing that comes to mind every single day once the clock ticks for lunch time? We always hear these words that comes out from our colleague’s mouth;
Where to eat? Where should we go? It’s so jam outside la! Sien ah, I don’t know what to eat today.. Don’t you worry child, TrySmartBite has got a plan for you.

 

All you have to do is log onto www.trysmartbite.com / , enter your current location and check to see if TrySmartBite delivers to your office building. It would be a catch if you’re in the center of Kuala Lumpur and Mid Valley but fret not as we are expanding to other areas in Klang Valley.

 

Here are 3 simple steps to begin with and you will be able to get daily menu sent to you.

 

Try smart bite delivery service.

 

TrySmartBite is an innovative food delivery company that aims to bring convenience to you during lunch at your work place. You will be able to order meals below RM10 with a daily change in menu with different options for you to choose. There will be no minimum orders and the prices has already been included with service charge plus the prices are NETT. Who wants to be paying additional charges? It’s a win-win situation.

 

Not only it is value for money which also saves you time from getting stuck in the traffic, it is also easy to order with over +50 partnered restaurants that you can choose from without leaving your office building.
If you’re interested to make payment more easily, you can top up to get additional credit and it makes your meals even more value for money up to RM13 of extra credit for your very first top up!

 

Try smart bite delivery service.

 

What else is there to think la? Quickly sign up an account at http://www.trysmartbite.com and begin your journey of hassle free! Here is a promo code for you! Begin with “SMARTBITE8” and get RM8 off your first order!

 

 

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Essenso Microground Black Coffee

 

Essenso Microground Black Coffee is definitely the new way to kick start the morning before a whole productive day ahead. Instant coffee in sachet is taken to a whole new level when Essenso launched the satisfying Colombian and Mendheling blends. A fine cup of Arabica coffee with its aroma wafting as you sip and savour the caffeine made by finely grounded coffee beans is probably the best way closest to perfect to make the best of the morning.

 

1.Essenso Microground Black Coffee

 

From the kitchen of pop up dining KL and taking place at the beautiful Brew and Bread Cafe in Kota Kemuning, a 6 course breakfast was served with delectable creations cleverly and creatively infused with Essenso’s microground coffee.

 

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Also happening at the launch is a quick coffee art workshop presented by Malaysian’s first coffee Caricature artist- Vivian Lee. Art and coffee is both a therapeutic way to de stress and now that we combined them, the outcome was stunning.

 

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14.Essenso Microground Black Coffee

 

Whether it’s a full body and light roast palate of fruity note with mild acidity or a darker roast of fresh woody notes, both these single origin of Colombian and Mendheling blends are promising as the barista of the day demonstrates his creations with the new Essenso Microground Black coffee. Tan Sau Yang, new star of hand brew coffee throw down 2017 1st runner up and Taiwan Transworld University Latte art 2016 Champion walks us through his creations and served creative concoctions to go with our 6 course breakfast.

 

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16.Essenso Microground Black Coffee

 

Essenso Microground Black coffee is the latest addition to the Essenso line of microground coffee. After the success launch of their 3in1 and 2in1, we are now treated with the black coffee sachet packed with nitrogen to preserve an intense aroma and robust richness of coffee. With the right bean and correct technique, beans are finely grounded at low speed in oxygen free and ultra low temperature to preserve natural essence of the coffee. Freshness at its top notch, these sticks of happiness is priced at RM 10.90 per box of 20 sachets.

 

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Today’s dishes by pop up dining KL:
Red Snapper Tartar on Sourdough Tart, Chicken liver pate layered with green apple chips and raspberry maro beetroot tart.

 

Cured salmon, Essenso brown butter soil, Dill Emulsion and Rose

 

Broth of cherry tomatoes & grapes and basil oil

 

Meatloaf, smoked egg and new potato cooked in Essenso

 

Grain Granola, berries and flowers

 

Essenso Macron, fig bar and apple tart.

 

 

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Homemade Baked Goods with Fat Sunday Today

Fat Sunday’s homemade sweet treats
#worthEveryMoment #whyNotToday #fatSunday

 

Malaysia is wonderful when it comes to the multicultural wonders, and there are no better ways to experience them with all the festive as they are always celebrated with traditional delicacies. During festive seasons, culinary heritage are made up of an assortment of classic cookies and confectionary. And the practice of gifting and sharing, has also been traditionally passed on since many generations ago. This Chinese New Year, I’m much thankful to receive some really amazing baked goods. One that I’m very eager to share is these lovely delight from the Fat Sunday.

 

 

You’ve seen them appearing on my insta stories as well as on my instagram and I am most impressed with their popcorn. Despite the guilt at every piece of richly coated fluff of popcorn, this delightful treat was gone in no time because it’s just to addictive. The caramel coating was a luxury and the crunch would have probably come from baking soda. It beats all commercial popcorn at a finger snap and the best of them all, the pack comes with a zipper seal (although I personally thought it’s pretty redundant, mine was gone within hours). It sure is a great way to add more joy to the festive when families and friends gather at this auspicious season. This is one treat that’s absolutely ridden with guilt and regret but is still worth it.

 

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2.Homemade Baked Goods with Fat Sunday Today

 

Moving to their Pineapple and Sesame bites, the two were innovative and cleverly made into a fantastic bite size. Consuming them was really easy and this one as gifts is of course super convenient and seemly, all thanks to the beautiful packaging. At the heart of embracing the sense of nostalgia through exquisite aromas, the classic flavour remains in the new look of these bake goods.

 

Fat Sunday’s homemade sweet treats #worthEveryMoment #whyNotToday #fatSunday

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6.Homemade Baked Goods with Fat Sunday Today

 

There are cookies and cakes for all occasion and they are available online. If I am not wrong, they are on consignment at supermarkets but its best to get it delivered of pick-up for free. Find out more about their handmade deserts and sweets on their websites or social medias at:

 

Website: https://fatsunday.my/
Instagram: @fatsundaytoday
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FatSundayToday

 

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Chewies Delight’s Home Made

 

When reviewing a pizza place recently, Kyrina of Chewies Delight showed me how homemade cakes can look so delicate and at the same time tasted amazing. Upon handed over, it took me a few seconds to come to realised it was lollipop cakes I was holding and that instantly bring out the child in anyone that is looking at it.

 

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Everything is edible with the stick as acceptation and because it was so pretty and fine on the outside, I was contemplating to pop it right into my mouth if it weren’t for the sake of photographing the cross section. Enclosed smoothly on the outside with coarse sugar coat to decorate is the fondue while inside was moist and flavourful.

 

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On the other hand, the cupcakes were impressive as well. I am not a huge fan of anything too sweet but any sweet indulgence I really wouldn’t mind. And this is one of those that I enjoyed very much. The cake itself was airy enough yet moist and what sends this to a next level is the beautiful decorative cream on top.

 

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Fan of cakes and dessert would adore this and if not a fan would still enjoy this very much. Kyrina (KC) certainly is talented and her passion and patience were absolutely admirable.

 

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Chewies Delight bakes for all occasion and apart of designer cakes and cupcakes, they have cookies to offer as well. Get in touch with Chewies Delight:

 

Kyrina (KC) 013-6410818
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChewiesDelight

 

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Teddy’s Cookies – Homemade Cookies

 

Cookies are lovely and amazing as a treat or snack at anytime of the day. What happens when you can’t bake? Or finding it hard to get it right or maybe just too busy with the usual daily routine? Whatever the reason is, fear not for Teddy is always around all year long. In one of the recent bazaars that I attended, I came to know about this lovely couple where the husband bakes while the lovely wife helps with preparations and sales. These Teddy’s cookies are available in a few flavours and I was fortunate to get to try two of them, of which I absolutely love the Oat Berry. The berry contributes to the moist and chewy texture within the crunch in the mouth popping sized cookies, while the oat balances the sweetness of berry.

 

Another that I tried was the Original flavour. The texture was not over gritty and this one is a crisp cookie. There were ample chocolate chips in it to put a smile on anyone and there was also a well balanced of coarse crumb with cragginess, you can instantly tell that the right amount of gas bubbles reacted and an even rise in the process of making them. The outcome is this amazing texture although I would prefer a slightly bitterer chocolate chip that is better tempered.

 

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In general, they are still great for any occasions be it celebrations, parties, events, or as gifts during festive seasons.

 

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Locate them in Plaza Damas with the Pop up haven bazaar or alternately, show some support and here is how to order them:

 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/teddyscookies

Email:teddysyummies@gmail.com
Tel: 012-3838588/ 012-3656761

 

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Pizza Hut”s Double Sensation

 

Pizza Hut is a chain franchise from America that offers many pizzas along with side dishes like the salad, pasta and garlic bread. In Malaysia, pizza hut comes in local flavours and the touch of local delight easily wins a place amongst the native foodies. Being one of the earliest pizza chains in Malaysia, they are constantly coming up with new menus and the most recent one is filled with lots of ingredients.

 

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On top of the cheesy lava crust, there is another fold and of sausage ring in the middle. And not just any sausage, but the cheesy sausage stuffed crust.

 

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Top that with rolls of hams in the middle of the pizza, making this the prettiest pizza I’ve ever seen.

 

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The crust was really thin and the topping were so generously flavourful. Somewhat to the extend where it gets too heavy in flavour and all the processed meats kinda just jumbles up alongside the cheese and hence loosing the authentic flavour of each ingredient.

 

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Their tagline is “Two whole pizzas in one. Share the sensation”. I suggest ordering large because the small pizzas got too much crust and these crusts are really salty.

 

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Hop with Skippys Pizza (dine in and delivery)

 

Pizza is great especially when it made such simple and easy meal on one of those lazy days when you decide to not cook or eat out. To have Pork pizza is even more amazing for that pork lover and to have more than just pizzas on the menu should be a plus point for any pizza house. Foodeverywhere reviews the variety on Skippys’ menu and I really like their lamb.

 

The Green Salad (RM9.00) was the first to be served and this is obviously good news for butterhead lettuce lover as there the main green in it is this vegetable itself. Topped with cherry tomatoes and julienne carrots and cucumber, every mouth can be easily consumed without falling off your fork. The dressings are enlightened with herbs and spices to give that mild flavouring which I reckon is perfect as side for a meaty meal.

 

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Since pizza and pork should be the star in this place, the pizzas were given quite a bit of spotlight. Those toppings are generous on a thin crust resulting in very flavourful slices. Each slice is completed with a solid texture meat ball.

 

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But I think the lamb pizza is really amazing. So much more to my liking compared to the pork pizza. The Meat Lover is basically loaded with lots of pork. With the amount of pork, expect a little fatty oil and succulent texture in every bite of thin crust with pork bacon, pork ham, pork pepperoni, minced pork and BBQ sauce. (Price: RM 32.00 for 12 inch and RM 26.00 for 9 inch)

 

3.Meat Lovers (12inch - RM32.00), (9inch - RM26.00) Pork Bacon, Pork Ham, Pork Pepperoni, Minced Pork, and BBQ Sauce @skippys_

 

Marc’s Special would absolutely appeal to those with an overpowering flavour of herb aroma, garlic in particular. Also combining that with the pork ham, baby spinach and egg, as well as mushrooms which by the way is one amazing pair with garlic. (Price: RM 32.00 for 12 inch and RM 26.00 for 9 inch)

 

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And the star of them all would be the Lamb Pizza, which is stunning because. Similar to most pizza, there is sun-dried tomato, bell peppers, olives, onion, and the perfectly minced lamb. The meat is really soft but not mushy and it is mildly flavoured with the usual distinctive lamb flavour. (Price: RM 33.90 for 12 inch and RM 27.90 for 9 inch)

 

5.Skippy Special Lamb Pizza (RM33.90)Minced Lamb, Sun Dried Tomatoes, Bell Peppers, Olives and Onion @skippy_

 

The Burgers are what got us here because they are the new item at the Skippys. I tried three of the new ones and once again, I am in love with the Lamb Burger with Fries. I’m loving the soft patty so nicely minced and moderately accompanied by the amazing size of the sesame bun. Fries were not served too much cause that might just steal the space for the buger. Besides, the fries were somewhat ordinary so you don’t need too much of that. The burger and fries combination is selling at RM 14.90.

 

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With the prominence old menu of pork as the main ingredient, the new menu also comes with pork patty for the Pork Burger.The pork patty would be greater if is minced a bit more fine and served a bit thicker for that better texture. The Chicken Burger did okay with the patty, but if they are thin then that’s when it could be overcooked and hence resulting at a tougher texture.

 

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Having said that, the burgers are relatively bigger in diameter compared to many other places.

 

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They serve pastas and steaks as well. The Spaghetti Aglio Oilo has a great texture. Same goes with the Chessy Pork Meatballs (6 pcs) with spaghetti and the new Lamb Meatballs (6pcs) with chessy sauce and spaghetti but the later two obviously win my palate with the flavour and topping on the pasta itself.

 

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And for the meat lovers out there, how about A rack of ribs with potatoes and salad for a affordable price of RM 23.90.

 

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The best way to eat this would be caveman style, I recommend getting your fingers dirty and digging it in before they are gone.

 

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If that looks huge, then go with the Pork ribs in 7 sauces for RM 20. The sauce is interestingly flavourful .Thick and rich and most similar to the BBQ sauce but slightly sweeter and tastier.

 

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When dining in a big group or ordering in for parties, the sides makes a good add on to all the other main dishes on the menu. There is the Chicken wing in 7 sauces at RM 15 as well as the Chili Mussels at RM 30 which is so much similar in taste to the canned sardine flavour, except this is fresher and tastier with no preservatives, and came with awesome mussels. Tangy sweet at first and follows by the spike of spiciness, the sauce is just amazing.

 

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Food as I always said is best when shared. Thank Skippys Pizza for the great hospitality, and thank FOOD for the invitation. Also, thank the awesome company of the night, The Summerkid , The Malaysian Foodie , and The Perut Besi .

 

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Dining in has got the fun of proper dining spaces with friendly services with a very Australia inspired decor but note to all, the limited spaces in the restaurant might lead to higher temperature indoor especially if seated nearer to the kitchen area. Or you can always order in and enjoy the lovely dishes at the comfy of your own space.

 

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The many little decorations and paintings or hanging boomerang is something that would remind anyone a lot of Australia.
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Skippys Pizza is located for dine in at :

107 Blok D Phileo Damansara 1,
No. 9 Jalan 16/11, Off Jalan Damansara,
43650 Petaling Jaya.
GPS Coordinates: N3 07.649 E101 38.580
(note: 6% service charge for dine in)

Delivery Area:
Bandar Utama, TTDI, Tropicana, Damansara
Perdana, SS1-26,Mutiara Damansara, Mount Kiara, Hartamas, Bangsar, Subang Jaya, PJ section 4-22, Damansara Heights.
Other areas on request.
No deliveries during heavy rain & thunderstorms
Minimum order RM 30.00
Tel: 03-7931 2555
Email: skippysizza@gmail.com

Website: www.skippyspizza.com
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Wok in a Box

I really like the tagline “Wok in a Box” as it clearly illustrates food inside a box. And when relating boxes and food, it evidently exemplifies take outs and deliveries. In Australia, Wok in a Box delivers a good variety of choices for your meals whether you are all home alone, or setting up a banquet for your family and relatives. There is no problem with selecting a dish as they offer most of the Asian cusine to a couple of fusion menu.

 

There are stir frys, grills, chops, soups, noodles, rice, bentos, and even something for the kids. Note that they come with a toy. The kids menu was really tempting but sometimes, we’ve got to go with something practical especially when you are assigned somewhere out of the country. The menu was not far from the palate of Malaysian, as they even have curry laksa and hokkien noddles.

 

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Although I am bit reluctant to order anything like the satay chicken so going with the noodle would be a safer choice.

 

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The choice was a no regrets selection and as a matter of fact, the size was absolutely abundant for one. It also comes with some nice crispy crisps.

 

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Talking about convenience, Wok in a Box definitely has it all. However, unless you are either too lazy or busy to eat out or cook in, I won’t recommend any of those dishes although it was palatable.

 

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Visit their website at >http://www.wokinabox.com.au/

 

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Foodpanda delivers my Canton Fare

Whenever Mr lazy holds you back at home, superhero Foodpanda comes to the rescue with your favourite food. There is more variety with Foodpanda delivery, and they make sure you never go hungry when Mr Lazy visits. I have tried using Foodpanda as my delivery platform and I love the entire system with so much efficiency to ensure the hungry customers from starving.

 

For those not sure of what Foodpanda is, here is “How It Works”. First, go to http://www.foodpanda.my and type your area whereby panda would then show you the merchants aka the restaurants with delivery services. Next, from the menu, select your dishes and checkout from your cart. There would be options of payments and my dinner for the day from Canton Fare in Mont Kiara currently requires payment upon delivery. You see your updates from time to time on the stages of those orders. Panda would also adorably text you on your given mobile to confirm your order. I thought that was pretty cool.

 

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Next, you wait. But under an hour, you get the friendly panda rider arriving at your doorstep with some really cute and cool looking rider pouch. That keeps my order warm and nice upon arrival.

 

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My dinner consisting of a Hong Kong style fried Kuey Teow, a Salted vegetable and tofu soup, and this amazing Roasted pork. Now what can I say about these dishes. Palatable is probably the best description. Having these street foods done commercially, I would say it would be a convenient place to go if looking for Cantonese food under one roof. Plus the dining ambience and services as well as everything else that comes at ease. Most of the time, these food are easily located from the street and hawker centre at a more affordable price. I mean, the Char Kuey Teow prices at RM 16. That’s 4 plates on average by the street? But Canton Fare did fairly deliver a good plate of Char Kuey Teow. And a gentle reminder to those with any form of kidney problem, stay away from the soup as they are really salty.

 

2.hong kong style fried kuey teow RM 16@ canton fare (3)
4.Salted vegetable and tofu soup RM 8@canton fare
3.roast pork RM 20 @ canton fare (1)

 

So that is my experience with Foodpanda. I think it really is a much better option than just sticking to the boring 1300-13-1300 when it comes to deliveries. Of course unless if that is what you desire for your meals.

 

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Feast with Foodpanda @ Paper + Toast

 

If you believe that ordering food online should be fuss-free with no hassle, simple, yet healthy and delicious, not to mention easy, convenient and fun, then Foodpanda is the definite solution. Foodpanda.my is a fresh and new online food ordering website providing a convenient food ordering service for their customers. All you have to do is log on to the website, and search within your area to find out all the listed restaurants providing delivery services. Browse the menu and select the items you like to order and items would appear in your cart. Once you are done with it, proceed to check out and payment and continue with whatever it is that you are working on. In no time, your meal would be at your doorstep!

 

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Foodpanda recently gathered a group of bloggers in Paper + Toast and briefly presented a few of their partnering restaurants to us. Paper + Toast is a working space with a on-site café. They provide the working space at different rates depending on your needs. Also basic amenities in offices are also available at various charges upon usages. Not to mention the services provided to those in need to plug their virtual offices to real spaces. Visit http://www.paperandtoast.com/ to see what they offer.

 

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While having all the comfy, let’s not forget the snacks and beverages they have on the site.

 

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We tried the new item available in July only, called the Sloppy Joe. In contrary to the name, it was never done in a sloppy way. Selling at RM 23.40, it is a healthy and filling sandwich with toasted corn bread filled generously with Australian minced beef with black pepper sauce. I know how we all stereotyped black pepper flavours. Love it or hate it, this one has got no reason for you to pass. Served with healthy tapioca chips, this becomes a great meal.

 

 

Also on the menu is the Cajun spiced chicken with avocado and roasted tomato at RM 18. Uptown is great for those unfavorable to beef for whatever reason. Many dislike sandwich because of the impression that it’s always too dry. Not for this as the avocado moisten the texture of each bite. It is perfect as a great energy source at work.

 

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As for those with a sweet tooth, the French Toast with a Twist really did brilliantly have me twisted with thick cubes of French toast served with pear compote.

 

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Next we have some amazing Puzzini Sweedish Pizza with prices ranged from RM19-RM29.80. Who said that the Sweedish only serves meatballs? Pizzas are awesome as well. To think we had Karl Gustav Pizza (Reg-RM21.80/Lge-RM27.80), Sweden’s favourite pizza with beef kebab , lots of cheese, fresh tomatoes, onions, black olives and topped with a kebab sauce, as well as Pizza Haga (Reg-RM23.50/Lge-RM29.80), which is something for the meat lovers, makes me drool writing about it. There is Beef pepperoni, streaky beef, roasted chicken chunks, roast beef with fresh paprika and haga sauce (a creamy lemony sauce). Not to leave the Mamma Mia out, they are selling at RM19 (reg) /RM25 (large).

 

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Other than Sweedish pizza, Canadian Pizza manage to join in the party with their new Chicken Mexica Fiesta and Chicken Canadian Supreme. The Mexican Fiesta has lots of spiced ground chicken, onions, red chilies, capsicum, jalapenos on a spicy salsa sauce. Most importantly, a must on pizzas would be cheese. I love this very much!

 

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How about those interested with something quicker and simpler? Simply Sandwiches provides the solution to hassle free meal. Comes with the perfect bite size of three flavours- BBQ Chicken Sandwich (RM8), Tuna (RM7.50), and Egg (RM6).

 

 

For those interested to order these for later, here is the direct link to foodpanda:

 

Paper+Toast: http://www.foodpanda.my/food_delivery_Paper::Toast::Kitchen_BUKIT:BINTANG_m8zx.htm
Puzzini Swedish Pizza : http://www.foodpanda.my/food_delivery_Puzzini:Swedish:Pizza_Malaysia_m3rs.htm
Canadian Pizza: http://www.foodpanda.my/food_delivery_CANADIAN:PIZZA:(JALAN:PUTRA)_JALAN:MUNSHI:ABDULLAH_m7pv.htm
Simply Sandwiches: http://www.foodpanda.my/food_delivery_Simply:Sandwiches_Malaysia_m9he.htm

 

And for those preparing or planning on gifts for the coming Raya, paper and toast has got some interesting snacks perfect for the upcoming festive.

 

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Foodpanda is reachable at :
Address : A5-1, Level 5, Block A,
Southgate Commercial Centre,
No.2, Jalan Dua Off Jalan Chan Sow Lin,
55200 Kuala Lumpur

Tel : +603 2772 7268

 

Lastly, thank everyone making the event a pleasurable one. Now we can enjoy more variety of delivery services at ease with few clicks online. Discover great food every day with Foodpanda and remember, great food can come from anywhere.

 

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Till we meet again soon, you know you can rely on Foodpanda for your meals.
Love, Sycookies