What’s on the takeout and delivery menus this month?
Plenty, including Chinese New Year sharing menus for your reunion dinners at home. This month we’re starting with breakfast burgers (don’t worry, vegan burgers are included to) and making room for dessert in the celebration of Year of the Ox. You’ll be hungry just looking at these pictures…
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Sixty Bites now goes by the name Morbites, part of a whole strategy to bring Malaysia more of the juiciest homemade burgers. The expansion includes a central kitchen, a food truck and the classically Malaysian concept of burger stalls. Morbites’ menu is consists of all-day breakfast burgers like the TAJ Rib eye with curry mayo and wrapped between two ‘Malaysian croissants’, along with the introduction of the deep-fried Crispy Chikin Delux burger, and meatless Beyond Meat Vegan Burger with focaccia buns, vegan patty, creamy guac salsa and onion jam.
(Image credit: Morbites)
Craving fresh Japanese food but you just don’t know where to get it from? Kampachi is still around! The pioneer of Japanese cuisine in Malaysia since 1974 is now offering takeaway and delivery services from EQ, including choices of otsumami, makimono, gohanmono, yakimono, agemono, atsumono, menrui and desserts. Chef recommendations include the Soft Kani Maki, Ebi Tempura Maki, Unadon, Sukiyaki and Abekawamochi.
Available daily from 10am to 10pm (last order at 9pm). Email email@example.com for orders/enquiries.
(Image credit: EQ)
Ming Ren Xuan, known for its fine Cantonese cuisine, has launched CNY set menu packages to enjoy at home. The highlight of all sets is the Wild Empurau fish, a speciality at the restaurant that you don’t easily find in the city. Other dishes include the Braised South African Abalone, and Punchoi Prosperity Treasure Pot.
Available until 26 February 2021. Orders need to be made 3 days in advance.
(Image credit: Ming Ren Xuan)
CLDC has partnered up with fashion designer Khoon Hooi for a one-of-a-kind creative collaboration: a new ice cream flavour! Named “Crème Couture”, the ice creams 100% all natural with fresh premium organic honey, white and yellow chrysanthemum ice cream swirled with goji berries coated with French dark chocolate. “Quality fabrics such as the sumptuous brocade and fine workmanship are the foundations of my creations and I am genuinely excited about our first couture translation in a cool edible stylish dessert” said Khoon Hooi.
Available until 28 February 2021.
(Image credit: Crème De La Crème)