Friday, May 5, 2017

Cardboard Box

Recently dahmakan promoted their food services at the building that I work in. Purchase a lunchbox and get a voucher to redeem a lunchbox of the same price on another day (foc). My co-workers find the promotion very attractive so a few of them got onto the bandwagon and I took photos of their lunchboxes.

dahmakan lets customers order lunchboxes through their smartphone app and delivers them directly to offices in the Klang Valley. In their about page, they mentioned that they cook the gourmet, healthy lunch and dinner boxes daily using the freshest ingredients. My friends are satisfied with the taste and will place their orders when they do not want to eat out. As for me, I find the price that ranges from MYR21 nett to MYR25 nett for a lunchbox to be more than what I am prepared to pay so I did not try them out although the food looks tempting on their website and in their app.

Chicken Stroganoff

Herb Baked Perch

Pasta

P/S It is a new month now. For May 2017, there will be posts on weekends too to clear the backlogs. Please stay tuned for tomorrow's post.

16 comments:

  1. So convenient. I wish we had this here.

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    1. sooner or later it will reach your side.

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  2. the food looks good although i still prefer Shogun2U (bcoz of them not using cardboard box) and pricewise is much cheaper (around RM9-RM19 for bento set meal of rice/noodles) when there are having promotion. Maybe next time I shall suggest to try out this...*lemme see if they cover the delivery to my area or not...

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    1. if they cover your area and if you want to buy there are some discount codes available if you are watson member and etc.

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  3. Now lunch is sent in cardboard huh?? Look like an in-thing now. The food looked good to me.

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    1. cardboard boxes are more environmental friendly than plastic boxes.

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  4. Ya la a bit too pricey. Especially the last one which is just pasta.

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  5. The cost of delivery could have been added to the price. If the food is really good, then it is worth paying the extra.

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    1. i guess so too about the cost of delivery. worth paying only if not going out to eat and not cooking at home.

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  6. I also think it's a bit pricey for M'sians especially if there's no promo code.

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    1. yes so have to look out for promo code if want to try.

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  7. Last time, when I worked in office, there is an uncle that do lunch delivery to our office, so we ordered from him when we prefer to lunch in, miss those days

    The first two lunch boxes look attractive

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    1. But I don't really like the idea of cardboard box

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  8. I've eaten from dahmakan before but I can't remember when. It was during one of the events I attended. Not bad at all.

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    1. yes, my friends say taste is not bad.

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