7 Food Delivery Services You Must Try!

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7 Food Delivery Services You Must Try!

Working life in Malaysia, especially in a city like Kuala Lumpur, can be pretty demanding. Our super-hectic schedules are complicated further by terrible traffic jams and difficulties in finding park lots. Not only does this leave us little time for important activities such as working out and entertainment but also basic needs like having meals or running errands.

Thankfully, there are plenty of food delivery services in Malaysia that can save you both time and the hassle of cooking or going out to eat. Here are 7 of them you’ll be well-advised to check out.

1. foodpanda

A screengrab of foodpanda website

Operating throughout six cities in Malaysia, foodpanda allows you to order meals from a variety of restaurants in the area. With over 700 partnering outlets, you’ll likely find what you want in terms of cuisine and budget.

Price range: Depends on the individual restaurant (check website)
Delivery areas: Check the website
Delivery rates: Depends on the individual restaurant (check website)

Related: 8 Healthy Food Deliveries Under RM20 in Kuala Lumpur

2. GrabFood

A screengrab of GrabFood website

The advantage GrabFood has over its competitors is its localised technology. It will make transport and food delivery more efficient while delivering a seamless experience for users by unifying its GrabPay payments platform and GrabRewards loyalty programme. They have signed a large number of merchants for customers to choose from, and this number is growing by the day!

Price range: The vast majority of menu prices will be the same as they are in-store, although some may be slightly higher.
Delivery areas: Selected areas of Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya (check website)
Delivery rates: RM5 with no minimum order

Related: How Do Alternative E-hailing Services Compare to Grab?

3. Honest Bee

A screengrab of HonestBee website

Unlike other concierge and delivery services, Honest Bee only picks outlets they’ve tried and loved themselves. They also have people who can handpick and deliver groceries to your doorstep.

Price range: Depends on in-store prices (check website).
Delivery areas: Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya, Subang Jaya, and Puchong.
Delivery rates: Depends on the area and time of the day. Free off-peak delivery is applicable for orders above the required minimum spend per selected store (check website).

Related: 10 Top E-Wallets in Malaysia and How They Work

4. dahmakan

A screengrab of dahmakan website

Having their own top-notch chefs, dahmakan offers a daily-changing menu of healthy dishes. They also have a Prime package which offers pre-paid meal packages with exclusive benefits such as 30-minute delivery timeframes and up to 28% discounts on orders.

Price range: RM11 – RM30
Delivery areas: Selected areas of the Klang Valley (check map)
Delivery rates: No delivery fee and no minimum order

Related: 9 Must-Try Restaurants in Putrajaya and Cyberjaya That Should Be on Every Foodie’s List

5. FoodTime

Image source: FoodTime’s Facebook page

FoodTime does not prepare, sell or deliver any food items. Instead, they connect you to nearby restaurants which have delivery services. You will be able to browse through the menus and place orders via the app.

Price range: Depends on the individual restaurant (check website)
Delivery areas: Check the website
Delivery rates: Depends on the individual restaurant’s in-house delivery fee structure.

Related: Bon Appetit! 5 Top Dining Credit Cards That Make Eating Out More Enjoyable

6. The Naked Lunchbox

A screengrab of The Naked Lunchbox’s website

If you’re interested in trying raw, paleo, or vegan meals, The Naked Lunchbox offers a variety of them on the menu. Their meals are also low in sodium and are sugar-free.

Price range: RM6.9 – RM20.9 for A la carte menu. Discounted rate for subscription packages
Delivery areas: Check the map
Delivery rates: RM5 – RM15 per trip. Free delivery for a certain amount of orders (depending on delivery area)

Related: 5 Truly Unique Dining Experiences in Malaysia

7. Hale

A screengrab of Hale’s website

For those who crave a healthier version of fast food, Hale is worth a try. They have a nice selection of burgers, pasta, quinoa, rice, and salads.

Price range: RM16.9 – RM28.9
Delivery areas: Kuala Lumpur and parts of Petaling Jaya.
Delivery rates: Free delivery and no minimum order

How to ramp up your savings while ordering food online

A credit card that rewards online purchases can go a long way in boosting your savings if you’re someone who orders food online pretty frequently. Take for example the Standard Chartered JustOne Platinum that gives up to 15% cashback on online spends, fuel refills and auto bill payments (capped at RM85 p.m.) when your total bill exceeds RM2,500 in a month.

Do check out our list of credit cards with top online shopping benefits!

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