Sunday, October 30, 2016

Yuk Bebek Indonesian Food Deliveries

The folks of Yuk Bebek definitely are no quacks - armed with recipes by an Indonesian chef with 25 years of experience, this new food delivery initiative makes a distinctive mark by specialising in Indonesian cuisine, reputedly run by a team of Malaysians who scoured scores of street-fare restaurants in Indonesia before launching their service. Their flagship offering is the Bebek Goreng Empuk, best ordered in a nasi uduk set - fleshy duck that's slow-cooked for four hours in 14 traditional herbs & spices, then deep-fried, served with Betawi-style coconut milk rice, a flavourful sambal ijo of blended green chillies, plus a salted vegetable soup & other accompaniments for a complete meal. At only RM12.50, it's economically worthwhile.

Yuk Bebek's other sets prove equally, if not more, tasty: We're fans of the Ayam Goreng Belawi (RM11.50 in a rice platter), with chicken aromatically marinated & seasoned with 10 herbs & spices; the Udang Asam Jawa (RM13.50), with prawns in a sweet, lightly tangy sauce; & the Pecel Lele Lamongan (RM10.50), with moist & tender catfish. Yuk Bebek requires a minimum order of five packs, but delivery is encouragingly complimentary to selected parts of KL. Note that if you live in Kuchai Lama, you can also find Yuk Bebek operating daily at its base in the condominium cafeteria of Gembira Residen in Taman Gembira.

Side orders include an extra-crispy, savoury helping of Bebek Garing Garing (RM12), made for mindless munching, & the classic Gado-Gado (RM9), complete with the requisite lontong, tempeh, fried tofu, hard-boiled eggs, steamed vegetables & peanut sauce. The food comes warm & tastes freshly prepared, recommended for consumption within two hours.  Each order is accompanied by emping crackers & conveniently enough, with cutlery & tissues. Responses to order enquiries are friendly & reasonably prompt, while deliveries appear to be satisfyingly efficient. For lunch deliveries, place your order by the prior night.

Yuk Bebek Malaysia
Whatsapp: 012-420-2437 (cash on delivery is accepted)

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12 comments:

  1. If only we have this here. I love Indonesian. Double thumbs up for not using polystyrene containers.

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    1. Suituapui: it's quite cool to see a delivery service specialise in indonesian fare in kl ;)

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  2. I love that there are so many food delivery options in KL right now. I just wish there was a better method of storage though as it means so much plastic waste.

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    1. The Yum List: hopefully more service operators will address the point you've raised ;)

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  3. The packed meals look very good. I love Indonesian food and I used to go to The House of Sundanese Food in KLCC. That was many years ago and I wonder if the restaurant is still there.

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    1. Phong Hong: ooo, house of sundanese - a blast from the past! it's been awhile since i ventured to klcc, but i think they're gone now ...

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  4. I love those emping crackers....eaten with a fresh (uncooked) sambal! :) The choices here look tasty and affordably priced.

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    1. Contact.ewew: heheh, yeah, emping & sambal, a can't-fail combo :) i did feel the food here is worthwhile ;)

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  5. Price definitely very competitive judging by the size of the meat given!

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    1. Choi Yen: yup, they're definitely not stingy with their protein! :D

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  6. Try once,would not hesitate to go back again. Love The chicken breast, it taste a bit crispy outside but the meat still tender inside.Dont forget to dip it with the sauce.

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    1. WS: glad you're a fan of yuk bebek too - good to hear your feedback ;)

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