When we think of food delivery, we think of burgers, sushi, pizza and healthy food. But local dishes seem hard to come by. So, what if you’re craving for a good apam balik or some satays? Don’t worry, GrabFood’s got your back!

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With the recent People’s Pick campaign, GrabFood came up with a list of Malaysia’s favourite eateries voted for by users themselves – and the results were incredibly diverse! From nasi lemak goreng to apam balik, mee kolok and satays, GrabFood is bringing the best local merchants onboard and have them delivered right to your doorstep. Read on for our top 5!

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1. Nasi Lemak Goreng Chef Fauzey

Tucked in the bustling town of Petaling Jaya, Nasi Lemak Chef Fauzey has recently been quite the talk of the town. This humble food truck doesn’t just serve your typical nasi lemak. In fact, you’ll be surprised to know what it specialises in. It’s fried nasi lemak!

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What was just a random idea by a customer turned the business into a sensation as fried nasi lemak was not a usual sight. The unusual (but delicious!) dish is served with a side of the usual sambal, cucumbers, prawn and some ayam berempah.

 

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Or if you’re not up for the nasi lemak, you can always go for the next best thing – Kuey Teow Basah! Order here now.

Opening Hours: Monday – Friday, 6.30pm – 11.00pm

2. Apam Balik Nusantara

Now normally, you wouldn’t think that a simple dish like Apam Balik would be available for delivery. But believe it or not, Apam Balik Nusantara is ready to prove you wrong.

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Located in Kampung Baru, this has been the go-to place for Apam Balik lovers. But what really sets it apart is the unique flavours that complement the thick and fluffy apam 🤤

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Perfect for your dessert cravings, get your hands on the Chocolate Banana apam OR the Durian Cheese! Because you know what they say, it’s not local if there aren’t any durian toppings 😉 Tempted already? You won’t regret grabbing a box or two for an afternoon snack 😛

Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday, 4:30pm – 11:00pm.

3. Restoran Dapur Sarawak

Let’s admit it – though we’re in the same country, Sarawakian cuisine is hard to come by in Klang Valley.

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Then came Dapur Sarawak, a Muslim-owned eatery that specialises in all kinds of flavours from Sarawak. From halal Kolok Mee to Laksa Sarawak and Bihun Belacan you’ll be spoilt for choice! 😍

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With such a scrumptious menu, Dapur Sarawak not only attracts the Sarawakians homesick for their local food but also customers from other states too! So, if you want a taste of authentic Sarawak food, lucky for you it’s available on GrabFood!

Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday, 10:00am – 10:30pm.

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4. Satay Capitol 1951-Warisan

Kampung Baru has officially gotten their mitts on another restaurant worth knowing about, and it’s none other than Satay Capitol 1951-Warisan! As the name suggests, this traditional eatery leans heavily on the grilled meat skewer side of things.

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Founded during the 50s, Satay Capitol-1951 Warisan works a menu that only involves the classic beef and chicken satays! While it’s famous for the thick and juicy meat skewers, it’s the marinade that keeps customers coming back for more.

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Served with a side of rich peanut sauce, cucumbers, onions and nasi impit, your indulgent meal is complete! Is your tummy rumbling yet? 😋 Order right here.

Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday, 3:00pm – 12:00am.

5. Santai Restaurant & Cafe

TTDI is steering a pretty big boat these days with Santai Restaurant & Cafe. Often packed at any time of the day and limited parking spaces, frequent visitors will be happy to know that this gem offers delivery!

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The long-standing restaurant has been in the business for many years, and foodies often navigate between the classic dishes like the Nasi Goreng Kampung, Tomyam Ayam, or the Kangkung BelacanPortion-wise? They’re perfect for sharing, so you can definitely consider this for your upcoming gatherings in the comfort of home.

Opening Hours: Tuesday – Friday, 10:00am -10:00pm. Saturday & Sunday, 7:30am – 10:00pm. Closed on Monday.

So there you have it – 5 eateries that deliver mouth-watering food right to you! Of course, we’re not trying to discourage eating out but the convenience of having your food delivered right to you beats having to join long queues in such hot weather, so why not? 😉

#HHWT TipGrabFood currently delivers to Mont Kiara, Hartamas, Petaling Jaya, Bangsar, and KL City Center; BUT the good news is they’re expanding really soon to serve more people! So if you’re not within these areas, don’t be disappointed just yet because it’s about to get better.

Craving for local dishes? Order on GrabFood with our promo code: HHWT10 (for first-time users only) and get RM10 off for 2 usages! Valid until 11 November 2018 (or first 2000 redemptions only).

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