GrabFood: Makan-Makan Malaysia To Save 31% Off Your Local Favourites
September 10, 2019
Hari Merdeka might be over, but GrabFood keeps the celebration of our country's cuisine going strong, all the way through Malaysia Day and beyond, with 31% off your delivery bill until 6 October 2019!
The Makan-Makan Malaysia promotion pays tribute to homegrown restaurants and recipes, ensuring you can enjoy your fix of everything from nasi lemak to Malaysian-influenced burgers, pastas and pizzas, served by nationwide brands and independent eateries, at a discounted rate for this limited time.
Celebrate the spirit of togetherness over a meal with your loved ones, while securing 31% off your bill (with savings of up to RM31, with a minimum spend of RM25) by using this promo code on GrabFood: HOTDEALS (Klang Valley) or HOTDEALS31 (outside Klang Valley). You can use this code up to eight times per person during the campaign period.
For more info: https://grb.to/makanmakanmalaysia2019
With more than 100 merchants participating in Makan-Makan Malaysia, throughout the Klang Valley, and more in other cities such as Johor Bahru, Malacca, Penang, Kuching and Kota Kinabalu, variety is truly the spice of this promotion. Here are some of the participating restaurants in KL and Selangor:
Yellow Brick Road, The Red Beanbag and Wizards
This trio of popular cafes - Yellow Brick Road in Damansara Heights, The Red Beanbag in Solaris Dutamas, and Wizards in Imbi - might be best known for their Melbourne-inspired brunches, but they also promise tantalising Malaysian-inflected twists - Yellow Brick Road, for example, offers Balik Kampung (percik chicken with turmeric rice, mango kerabu salad and a poached egg), while The Red Beanbag has Rendang Burgembira (a sesame burger bun with rendang sous-vide chicken thigh, traditional tempeh and curry chips). Dorothy might have walked down the yellow brick road in Oz, but thanks to GrabFood, Yellow Brick Road can come to you!
True to its name, Hawker Hall in Sri Hartamas is a new modern kopitiam where the best of Malaysian street fare seizes the spotlight, spanning Penang char kuey teow and mee mamak to BBQ pomfret with Nyonya sambal, nasi lemak ayam goreng berempah to ais kacang and cendol. (Image via Hawker Hall).
More than 20 varieties of burgers are available at KGB, which was first born in Bangsar in 2013 and has since spread to The Gardens and Taman Tun Dr Ismail, with patties that span American diner-style crust-seared beef to chicken fried with a parmesan crust, plus vegetarian possibilities of portobello mushroom.
The Chicken Rice Shop
The Chicken Rice Shop rules the roost for poultry enthusiasts, with a remarkable repertoire of Hainanese Chicken Rice, Crispy Roast Chicken, Soy Sauce Chicken, Curry Chicken and Prime Honey BBQ Chicken. The cluck stops here indeed!
The first fast food joint to open in Malaysia - all the way back in 1963 - remains a comfortingly enduring presence, fulfilling our craving for nostalgia with its Chicken Coneys, Mozza Burgers, Aroma Chicken, curly fries, and of course, the root beer.
Secret Recipe is far from a secret in Malaysia, becoming a beloved brand for more than two decades on the strength of its selection of freshly baked cakes. Its savoury fare is equally enticing, including local classics like Penang assam laksa and Ipoh hor fun for a full meal before indulging your sweet tooth.
myBurgerLab and myPizzaLab
myBurgerLab's ultra-hip burgers include the Nasi Lemak Ayam Rendang Burger, with chopped ikan bilis, peanut butter, spiced pickles, sunny-side-up and sambal doled out over a juicy fried chicken thigh, while its sister restaurant myPizzaLab is equally eclectic, with highlights like an Apam Baling Balik Pizza, crowned with creamed corn, desiccated coconut and peanut butter.
Launched two generations ago in 1981, Marrybrown became Malaysia's first fast food chain to evolve into a franchise - local specialities here include the Nasi Marrybrown, Nasi Ayam MB, Bubur Ayam MB, and Bubur Pedas, as well as rice bowls like Nasi Kari Kapitan.
San Francisco Coffee
San Francisco Coffee might have an American name, but it's Malaysian at heart, relying on fresh coffee beans that have been roasted within one month, from a bag that's been opened within one week, served within one day of being ground. Pair that satisfying cup of joe with a spicy sambal chicken sandwich or a pasta or wrap.
What's better on a sultry evening than having luscious ice cream delivered to your doorstep? Get a tub of one of Inside Scoop's crowd-rousing flavours, ranging from Teh Tarik to Durian 24, Peanut Butter Cup to Valrhona Chocolate, and chill out for the rest of the night in the best way.
Probably PJ's premier place for nasi lemak, Village Park offers nasi lemak that nails the mark for both flavour and fragrance - nasi lemak ayam goreng, nasi lemak ayam rendang, nasi lemak daging and nasi lemak kerang, now available for delivery beyond Damansara Uptown's denizens.
Old Klang Road Hokkien Mee
(Image via JC Wuuhuu)
Oodles of noodles: The non-halal Old Klang Road Hokkien Mee is obviously a fan favourite for Hokkien mee, but it's also a hub for big prawn noodles, loh mee, mihoon soup, braised yee mee, char siew wantan mee and more - hawker fare that can now be conveniently relished in the comfort of your own home.
You have until 6 October to feast on your local favourites through GrabFood's latest campaign that champions beloved Malaysian brands. Find out the full details at: https://grb.to/makanmakanmalaysia2019
This post was brought to you by GrabFood. Photos are courtesy of GrabFood.
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