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Looking for authentic Indonesian food does not have to be a hassle anymore.

Often times people get tired of driving around hunting for new eateries/ places that serves different type of cuisines in their neighbourhood, and often ended up with disappointment.


Though it's not a necessity, online deliveries is now a new luxury for enjoyment and a choice we make. Skip the jam, skip the headache, and have some awesome Indonesian food delivered to your doorsteps.





YUK! BEBEK is an Indonesian food delivery service.
 To decipher YUK! BEBEK in Indonesian language, Yuk means 'let's go' while 'Bebek' means duck. Helmed by an experienced chef who has a 25 years of experiences, YUK! BEBEK is operated by a bunch of Malaysian who are very talented and experienced with authentic Indonesian dishes.

Though choice are limited, quality and taste are guaranteed to be good. 






Yuk! Bebek Goreng Empuk (Yuk! Signature Fried Duck)

Judging by the name of the brand itself, you already know that YUK! Bebek Goreng Empuk (Signature Fried Duck) is definitely their signature dish.

Their duck is marinated with lemon, seasoned, then slow cooked for 4 hours with Yuk! secret recipe of 14 traditional herbs & spices to produce a flavour-rich inside then deep fried to a crispy outside. 


Yuk! Ayam Goreng Bandung (Yuk! Bandung Fried Chicken)
Their chicken is first marinated, slow cooked with special blend of Bandung herbs & spices for 2 hours, then deep fried in an optimal temperature until it's golden brown on the outside, yet inside remains succulently juicy. 


Sambal Ijo

Yuk's specially concocted signature green chillies sambal.


Sambal Kicap Spesial - a sweet, tangy & mild spicy chillies goes very well with rice too. 



Yuk Bebek also serves betawi-style coconut milk rice, very flavourful and it resembles our very local nasi lemak.
I personally love it more when pairs with the sambal ijo (blended green chillies) and also the sambal kicap spesial.


The rice set also comes with salted vegetable soup & empuk.
It rounds up as a good meal as the soups were a tinge sourish and it definitely opens up my appetite.

Gado-Gado (RM9)

Appetiser comprises lontong, tempeh, fried tofu, hard-boiled eggs, steamed kangkung and long beans. The right way of eating this - Drench it with peanut sauce.





Yuk! Pecel Lele Lamongan (Yuk! Lamongan Fried Catfish) RM12.90

My favourite dish among all has to be this. Golden Deep fried Catfish which was super fragrant and crispy on the outside, yet its meat remains tender and juicy.  
The exterior is coated with lamogan bumbu mix and it was marinated overnight, be warned it's addictive.  


For chillies lovers, you wouldn't want to skip the chance to try their sambal. It's not too salty nor sweet, and it hits on the right spot of your palate I must say.


Emping Melinjo.

A bite-size snack cracker made of melinjo or belinjo nuts which has a slight bitter aftertaste.


Each set is sent with Indonesian Nasi Uduk, Sayur Asam Soup, Emping Melinjo, Orange and a Teh Botol Sosro 250ml.



1) Bebek Goreng Empuk (Signature Fried Duck) RM15.50
2) Pecel Lele Lamongan (Lamongan Fried Cat Fish) RM12.90
3) Ayam Goreng Bandung (Bandung Fried Chicken) RM14.50
4) Udang Asam Jawa (Jawa Tamarind Prawn) RM16.90


You have sweet, sourish, bitter and spicy all in one meal, if this is not a complete meal then I don't know what it is. 


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Operating Hours: 11am-9pm

YUK! BEBEK! 

Operating Hours: 11am to 9pm
Contact Number: +6012-420 2437 (COD accepted )

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Like the name of the campaign, OLOIYA’s “Everyone Loves Gift” was curated based on the culture and concept of people who loves to give and be gifted. Be it a token of respect or gratitude, the act of giving makes a comprehensive “Gift”. 




During the press launch, the team prepared confectionery such as candies, cookies, peanuts, chinese tea, dried meat for their guest to enjoy the “Yum Cha” session while Lynn & Raymond was sharing some infos about OLOIYA's background and their packaging direction this year. 

  The articulate Lynn was the host for the event that day.


Executive Director, Raymond Khue was giving an introduction to 2017 OLOIYA's Campaign  “Everyone Loves Gift”




During Raymond's explanation on the Brand's identity, he also mentioned that the theme/ packaging direction for OLOIYA this year is all about premium gifting as they have put a lot of effort on the packaging gift box ( you'll understand that it's all worthwhile once you get a glimpse of the gift box below this post). 


This year they've decided to fully absorb the cost of printing, and there's no increment of price this year, it's all about the spirit of giving back to their loyal customers. 



After all the detailed introduction, the team prepared Lou Sang (aka YeeSang ) for all the medias to toss our way to prosperity! It was no surprise that Chicken Dried Meat (aka ba-kwa) & Meat Floss were part of ingredients.


The founder (far left) - Mr Khue & family tossing their way to abundance and prosperity. 



Oloiya's packaging this year is designed with a retro New Year patterns, the logo of OLOIYA coincides with the Chinese zodiac this year, which are both roosters, hence I think the packaging speaks volumes. 


Besides the bakwa (dried meat), other series of their premium gifts, which include the retro Chinese calendar, ang pau and playing cards, was designed with a touch of the brand's charisma. 
Don't you think that OLOIYA is the perfect gift for this coming Chinese New Year?


Even the Ang paus are creatively designed which can be folded into an origami chicken. 



Can't express how impressed I am to see this. 
They even thought of including a packet of tissue paper just in case your lips are covered with an alluring sheen after savouring their bakwa


A retro design of auspicious elements, a prosperous golden gift box and a true embodiment of the festive spirit, it is no wonder why this makes my preferred gifting choice this Chinese New Year.
You can also conveniently purchase these pretty gift box with just one click away! Visit their website http://oloiya.com/ for more info!



This year Oloiya’s “Everyone Loves Gift” is the preferred choice of gifting.

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One of the significant traits of being a Malaysian is that you must know the street foods in this lovely country and where you can find them. All the way from Penang, Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur and Sabah & Sarawak, here are the top five street foods you must try in Malaysia. 

1) Asam Laksa 


Sour and spicy soup well-cooked with fish meat and local herbs, Asam Laksa is served in a bowl with springy white noodles and fresh vegetables including mints, onion, pineapple, and cucumber slices. 

Famous in Penang and Melaka, locals and tourists will definitely get a taste of this food whenever they visit these two states for being the place of origin of the dish. To elevate the taste of this dish, you have to add in a spoonful of prawn sauce and fully enjoy Asam Laksa in its delightful flavor. 

2) Satay 


Skewed chicken, beef or lamb served on a plate with its special satay sauce, cucumbers and onions slices, the meats are marinated and grilled over burning charcoal plates. 

The special thing about this dish is its sauce that is made of chili, peanuts and several ingredients that give the grilled meat its divine flavours. You can easily find this in most food courts, night markets and it is especially famous in Kajang. 

3) Roti Canai 


The famous choice of Malaysian’s breakfast for its slightly toasted texture, served with curry and dhal. Available in almost all Mamak (Indian Muslim) restaurants, many locals love to hang out at these restaurants and enjoy their breakfast or any other course of the day including supper with this dish. 

If you are looking for a sweeter taste, you can also request for sugar or condensed. To take it up a level, you can request to add on sardines, eggs, butter, and even banana. 

4) Apom Balik 


This is a local pancake, filled with sugar, peanuts, butter and corns toasted in a specially molded pan. You can easily find this at any morning or night markets throughout the northern and central region of Malaysia. 

With its crispy texture and mouthwatering taste, Apom Balik is a traditional recipe in the Chinese tradition and it is highly welcomed by all races in the country as desserts. Recently, many young locals had improvised the recipe by adding more food items such as sausage, eggs, hams, chocolate sauce, and peanut butter to offer more choices. 

5) Cendol 

Malaysia is known for its warm and moist weather, so a cold dessert like Cendol is highly likable by the locals and tourists to cool themselves down under the hot sun. Famous in Penang particularly, you can find this dessert in many Malay shops, night markets and franchise local restaurants such as Little Penang. 

Cendol is actually green Jello-ish squiggles, made from mung bean flour and stained green with pandan, the leaves of a tropical plant that tastes like vanilla. The squiggles, along with red beans, float in a soup of santan (coconut milk) and palm sugar. The soup is ladled over a big lump of ice, and condensed milk goes all over that.



There is so much more Malaysia has to offer in terms of great food. Remember to get a great cashback credit card to enjoy these dishes at the restaurants and get rewarded for your spending!
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