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8 Affordable Eats On Sama-Sama Lokal Via MAE app That Stay True To Malaysian Classics

When you’ve had a hectic day, the last thing on your mind is the stress of cooking followed by a tedious clean up sesh. Although delivery is an option, it tends to be too costly at times. Well, we’ve been in your shoes! Thus, we curated a list of eight wallet-friendly eats you can find on Sama-Sama Lokal via MAE app that’ll save you some time and money.

These Are 8 Merchants On Sama-Sama Lokal That Won’t Break The Bank

If you haven’t heard, Sama-Sama Lokal is a platform on the MAE app that allows merchants to sell food, groceries, services and more without any commission or transaction fees. Through this platform, consumers are able to support local businesses with ease and access convenient deliveries right to their doorsteps!

As home is where the heart is, here are some affordable Malaysian eats:

1. Beriani Ambok Shah Alam

Founded in 1990, this restaurant uses a generational Beriani recipe consisting of a spice mixture that is distinct from other types of Briyani rices, giving theirs a taste of Classic Malay Beriani. With plenty of options to choose from such as goat, chicken and seafood, you’ll certainly be able to satiate your tummy at a reasonable cost!

Muslim-owned

Order here via MAE app.

2. Satay Station

Through Sama-Sama Lokal, you need not go out for satay, satay can in fact come to you! Here, you will find a taste of true Malaysian satay with either chicken or beef, topped with savoury peanut sauce. You can even opt for a chunkier size, or go for the regular ones too!

Muslim-owned

Order here via MAE app.

3. Jacs N Spice

This spot is all about South Indian dishes. They serve vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes cooked in specially ground spices imported from India! Try their array of briyani such as mutton, lamb shank and prawn, along with Malaysian dishes like nasi lemak.

Pork-free

Order here via MAE app.

4. Q Bistro

Where are the nasi kandar fans at? Here’s an option for you! Q Bistro is an award-winning restaurant that first specialised in nasi kandar back in 1968, and is now serving Malaysian, Thai and Western classics under one roof! Apart from nasi kandar, you can also get your fill of “selera mamak”, pau, Thai street food and more.

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Muslim-owned

Order here via MAE app.

5. TAN Sifu Duo Fen Tang Restaurant

If you’re looking for cost-friendly Chinese food, this place has just that. Their available variety spans across broth noodles, curry noodles, poached chicken rice and plenty more! Talk about oodles of noodles.

Non-Halal

Order here via MAE app.

6. Homi Curry Puff (Maluri)

Start off your day with traditional, extra large curry puffs from Homi! They use a recipe that has been passed down for decades and holds closely to Malaysian flavours. Their curry puffs are flaky and filled generously, plus they come in a box of 6 which makes them perfect for sharing with your family and friends.

Pork-free

Order here via MAE app.

7. Baba Beng Enterprise

Malaysia isn’t Malaysia without Peranakan food. At Baba Beng, you’ll discover a plethora of authentic kuih nyonya delivered right to your doorstep! There’s onde-onde, kuih angku, kuih talam and loads of unique ones too.

 

Pork-free

Order here via MAE app.

8. Good Cake @ Puchong

All good meals end with dessert, so here’s where you can get some. Tuck into delicate, fluffy homemade sponge cakes with flavours such as cheese, chocolate and pandan. Not to mention, they also sell Portuguese tarts here!

 

Pork-free

Order here via MAE app.

Download MAE app For An Offer You Can’t Refuse

On top of this affordable list, we’ve got a 50% OFF promo code for you too! Just download the MAE app and tap into our KL Foodie banner to order from various merchants and enjoy a discount on us with the promo code: FOODONMAE.

Download the MAE app here for iOS users, and here for Android users.

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