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  • Writer's pictureTania Wee

How to Solve Your #EhWhatToEat Dilemma

Updated: Mar 17, 2020

Updated: This campaign has been suspended due to the Control Movement Order.

"Mau makan apa?" or"Eh, what to eat?”

These are common questions asked by Malaysians especially between 12pm to 2pm when it comes to deciding where to get lunch with colleagues or friends. Oh, what a conundrum it can be, finding the next trendy bubble milk tea outlet with friends or which restaurant to treat your parents a hearty meal.

Food plays an important part in Malaysia's identity and amongst our fellow Malaysians and this is something Klook understands. As part of the continued commitment to empowering the local community to explore home at their fingertips, Klook unlocked the F&B vertical locally and onboarded over 150 popular F&B merchants. This new service will allow users to browse F&B options on mobile app or website, purchase great F&B deals on-the-go and claim their meals by showing their e-voucher upon arriving at the restaurant.

Need some ideas on where to hunt for the next F&B experience? Klook got you covered!

1. Truly Malaysian Food

As a cultural melting pot with people from various cultural backgrounds, Malaysians are blessed with different flavours and specialty dishes of each culture. To bring it up a notch, Klook allows Malaysians to enjoy local cuisines with great deals at restaurants such as Devi’s Corner at Jalan Telawi Bangsar, Baba Nyonya restaurant and Cendol Kampung Hulu at Makan Avenue Melaka!

2. Quench your thirst with #Thirstday in March (suspended due to Control Movement Order)

Are you a big fan of Chatto, Gong Cha and Fire Tiger? Grab a friend with you and redeem Klook’s Buy 1 Free 1 deals every Thursday this month! Not a fan of bubble milk tea? Klook has cafe options, such as Pulp by PPP Coffee in Bangsar for you to get caffeinated.

3. Unique Food Experiences in East Malaysia

If you have not visited Sabah before, it’s time to take a look at its natural beauty and culture by taking on a Borneo Cultural Village Halfday Tour. Aside from learning how to cook Indian style pancake using bamboo, you will also get to watch the beautiful sunset on a boat and marvel at the natural light show as hundreds of fireflies put on a glowing performance.

Looking for another way to experience the vibrant culture of Sarawak? Join a Bumbu Kuching Cooking Class and you will get to experience a hands-on culinary class by handpicking local unique ingredients at the local market.

4. Sweet Tooth

It is always a pleasure to make plans for things you can look forward to. Make a dessert plan with your sweet tooth friends to the Mansion at The Majestic in Malacca or surprise your loved ones with a piece of brownie at Brownies Bar by The Accidental Bakers in Kuala Lumpur. If you have a friend who is a huge matcha lover, look no further to pre-purchase your Niko Neko Matcha drink before heading to Bangsar.

5. Reward Yourself with a Fancy Dining Experience

For the upcoming months with occasions such as Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, treat your loved ones for a fancy dining experience to places such as Whimsy Dining Experience, THIRTY8 at Grand Hyatt and Poseidon’s Cove at Sofitel Damansara in Kuala Lumpur.

Stay tuned at Klook’s #EhWhatToEat campaign page as they will bring more awesome F&B deals for Malaysians to enjoy.

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