Food Republic Malaysia: All the top temptations of a food court, delivered to you
From roast duck with wonton noodles to grilled stingray with rice, char koay teow to nasi kerabu, Food Republic has long been beloved for bringing together hawker and restaurant favourites in one multicultural food court.
Now, the brand is ready to bring those temptations to your home too, offering deliveries directly from its stalls to your doorstep, with more than 60 distinctive dishes and drinks to be conveniently ordered online to satisfy your family, friends and office colleagues.
You can now order from Food Republic’s different stalls in one delivery, saving on multiple delivery costs while still being able to sample a wide range of cuisines in one meal.
If you can’t wait to feast on fragrant wok-fried fare, creamy curries and soulful soups, then visit Food Republic’s e-store at foodrepublicmalaysia.oddle.me now to order online, or check out our orders below, straight from some of Food Republic’s rows and rows of bustling stalls in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur. Food Republic serves up something for every palate in a hygienic, well-maintained setting, for a diverse mix of fun, fascinating food.
You can mix and match everything from Food Republic for your meal: If you favour Malaysian classics, savour the succulent Chicken Rice, complete with aromatic seasoned rice, braised egg and all the essential condiments (RM11.80), or the Mee Goreng Ayam, also perfect for poultry pleasure, with beautifully marinated chicken that might put many mamaks to shame (RM14.80). The Mee Jawa is another crowd-pleasing signature, with yellow noodles, eggs, fish cakes and more, rounded out with a thick, hearty broth (RM15.50).
The selection extends beyond our borders to Southeast Asian street food and farther.
For the quintessential comfort cooking of Vietnam, soothe your soul with the phở, blanketed with tender Australian sliced rare beef over silky koay teow, with a rich and clear beef soup that’s been simmered overnight with spices (RM21).
Alternatively, travel to Thailand’s curbside push carts for Padthai that’s sultry, slick and saucy, crowned with crushed peanuts and a choice of chicken or prawns (RM15.50).
You could enjoy Food Republic’s selection for every meal throughout the week and still have more to sample – maybe some dakgalbi for your Korean-loving buddy, teppanyaki for the Japanese food fan, vegetarian ‘lei cha’ for the health-conscious mom, even pizza and pastas for the whole family. The Western selection is fuss-free, with a crispy chicken chop that comes in a princely portion for large appetites (RM17.90).
Food Republic’s e-store encompasses everything you’ll need for a complete lunch or dinner, including desserts and drinks. From chilled-out cendol to crave-worthy bubur cha cha, plus mille crepe cakes and durian mochi, any sweet tooth will surely be satiated – we chose the cheng tng, served hot with dried longan, lotus seeds, gingko nuts and all the traditional goodness (RM7.20).
Beverages include the refreshing Kedondong Asam Boi juice (RM10.60), as well as other fruit-powered thirst-quenchers made with green apples, lemons, watermelons or coconuts.
If you can’t resist traditional-style Kopi and Teh, perk up your day with promotional coffee-and-tea bundles at four for RM15, eight for RM29, and twelve for RM42, comprising any combination of hand-pulled Nanyang coffee for your Kopi O fix as well as freshly brewed tea for Teh C and more.
Many thanks to Food Republic for a hearty lunch that lifted our weekday spirits.
Food Republic e-store: https://foodrepublicmalaysia.oddle.me/en_MY
Delivery currently available within 10 kilometres of Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
This post first appeared on eatdrinkkl.com