Monday, May 30, 2016

Brolly Deliveries

Brolly recently launched a delivery service that brings food from its Persiaran KLCC restaurant straight to customers' doorsteps - we tested it out & were pretty pleased with the results; within 90 minutes of ordering online, our food had reached Sri Petaling, & we were digging into a steaming-hot sealed bag of super-juicy boiled prawns that tasted freshly cooked. Pizza, the obvious choice for deliveries, also fared fairly well - we had one loaded with lobster flesh on a spinach-tinged crust (RM65) - as did the hearty almond-&-cornflake-crusted chicken burger with fries (RM34). The whole process was a breeze, from paying with PayPal (or a credit card, if you prefer) to receiving an email confirmation; the delivery dude also arrived without a hitch.


You'll find the sweeping range of Brolly's kitchens conveniently at your fingertips - a slice of southern Americana (hush puppies, chicken with waffles, Cajun-spiced fried okra), fusion chicken wings (fiery Korean bean paste, creamy Malaysian percik, HotHot sauce that might leave you gasping for milk), & accompaniments like a house-made coleslaw, shallot rice & rocket mango salad. Thanks to Brolly for this feast of a lunch; check out the service & ordering details at order.my-brolly.com

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6 comments:

  1. I love that brown bag! Looks good. What are those meatballs? They got my attention. So nice, wish we had that here.

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    1. Suituapui: heh, yeah, that bag & its label are a witty touch :) ooo, those are actually hush puppies, which are deep-fried cornbread balls popular in some southern American states ;)

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  2. Those prawns look yummy, love it! :D

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    1. CK: ya, this place serve really good prawns! :)

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  3. I see quite a lot of restaurants these days venturing into delivery service...which is good for those who want to eat restaurant quality food in the comfort of their homes :)

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    1. Contact.ewew: yeah, I think in brolly's case, they're trying to take a fair degree of responsibility and control of the food order and delivery process, so that should help in customer satisfaction, hopefully ;)

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