Thursday, May 21, 2015

Epic Fit Meals Co @ Damansara Perdana

Wholesome meals delivered for free within 30 to 45 minutes of ordering - Epic Fit Meals Co strives to prove that healthy recipes which emphasise fresh ingredients, balanced nutrition & moderate portions can be convenient, creative & tasty.

 Epic's founders worked for months on their creations, ensuring that practically everything here is worth sampling. We like the artisan wraps (RM12.80 each), handmade to order with hearty fillings & sauces prepared from scratch by Epic's kitchen. There's a globe-trotting flair to the menu - go Greek with the souvlaki-inspired 'Hercules' (333 kcal; grilled chicken fillet, veggies & a perky Mediterranean yoghurt-based sauce tinged with dill, lemon & garlic) or Tex-Mex with 'Beefy Buffy' (301 kcal; pulled beef, pico de gallo, cilantro lime rice & lettuce); there are also Thai, vegetarian & various other options available.

For power-packed protein, Epic serves chicken in customisable preparations - have it either oven-baked & breaded to a crunchy juiciness (RM13.80) or flame-grilled to a lean tenderness with herbs & spices (RM12.80), then choose from one of Epic's seven intriguing sauces, which include a fiery Malaysian sambal-inspired S.O.S. sauce to jump-start the metabolism, a more mellow Japanese-influenced curry, plus Epic's own unique interpretations of barbecue sauce, apple salsa or tzatziki.

Side dishes can be added on the chicken for an extra RM3 for two basic sides or one premium; alternatively, they can be ordered a la carte for RM4.80-RM5.80. Our best bet is the crunchy & flavoursome cauliflower rice (134kcal), though there are heaps of other imaginative choices for carbs (an Irish-inflected colcannon of mashed potatoes with cabbage & leek, or thick & creamy mashed sweet potatoes, or brown rice with oats) & fibre with tantalising twists (stir-fried greens with garlic confit, or a coleslaw of red & white cabbage, carrots & onions in yoghurt-based dressing).

Epic even does crisp thin-crust pizzas with noticeably less oil & salt than the norm, relying instead on its ingredients & seasoning to maintain flavour. Highlights include the Shrimpy Affair (only 489 kcal, showcasing prawns, mozzarella, cherry tomatoes & parsley) & the Triple A of Ayam, Apple & Api (545 kcal; minced chicken, apples & spicy sauce). All the food is dispatched in specially designed bags that'll keep them warm; note that customers can also eat in or take away at the outlet.

Blended juices are showcased as well, with ingredients like red apples, pears, cucumber, ginger & celery - textured beverages with no added sugar, abiding by Epic's everything's-fresh philosophy of 'Made By Day, Gone By Night.' A complete menu can be viewed at facebook.com/epicfmco - thanks to Epic co-founder Wick Kee & his team for hosting us here.

Epic Fit Meals Co
E105, Block E, East Wing, Metropolitan Square, Jalan PJU 8/1, Damansara Perdana, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Delivery: Damansara Perdana, Mutiara Damansara, Bandar Utama, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Damansara Kim, Kota Damansara, Tropicana
Minimum delivery order of RM20. Open Mon-Sun, 11am-1030pm. Tel: 03-7733-3375 or WhatsApp 017-938-0000

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20 comments:

  1. Wraps are our fav lunch option - easy and healthy!

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    1. Baby Sumo: i like my wraps warm, with a lot of fillings, and not too thick skin! :D

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  2. Sean, the customizable chicken and pizzas have me drooling here! :)

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    1. Linda: happy to hear you find the food here appetising and alluring! :D

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  3. Rice in wraps? I think I'd go for the Hercules...or the pizzas - they look great. I am sure those bags are not yours to keep if you order takeaway? LOL!!!

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    1. Suituapui: ya, i think you might enjoy the pizzas :) haha, and no, you can't have the bags :D

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  4. Hey...tis place is worth a visit! =)

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    1. Ulric: they have a nasi lemak pizza promotion that's just launched ahead of ramadan/hari raya! :)

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  5. Nice! I will order that for some of the busy working day, but my office is too far away.

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    1. CK: heheh, yeah, the delivery zone is very far away from me too! :)

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  6. Hmm, the logo seems familiar. Pret A Manger, UK? :P

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    1. Rina: there's a similar star qualify :D

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  7. The prices are quite reasonable. The mashed potato looks good. With lotsa greens beneath. ;-)

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    1. Melissa: ya, we finished up all the mash and the greens! :)

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  8. Haha the name cracks me up! But the food looks worth seeking out.

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    1. YouHadYourLunch: if you're ever back in KL, you might wanna check out their deliveries! :)

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  9. Tried their food, really not bad and I loveeee that Country Gravy!

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    1. Choi Yen: yay! ooo, i didn't try the Country Gravy :D

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