Dahmakan initiates own Ramadhan e-bazaar

Dahmakan will be initiating its own Ramadhan online e-bazaar. The platform aims to take care of Malaysians’ meals during the festive season to help them continue staying healthy and safe.

Malaysians can now enjoy classic favourites by the food delivery startup and these includes Nasi Kerabu, Nasi Lemak, Nasi Kunyit, Nasi Kukus, Rendang Ayam, Nasi Tomato, Ayam Bakar Madu, and more.

Nasi Kerabu with Ayam Berempah (RM14.90)


Other offerings by dahmakan during Ramadhan includes Beef Rendang Lasagne, Baked Cheesy Sambal Fish Rice, and Ayam Perchik with Coconut Rice, Sardine Pizzagne.

In terms of sides and add-ons, dahmakan’s Sirap Bandung, Teh Ais, and classic kuihs will also be available.

Dahmakan has also taken active measures in response to the recent outbreak in order to ensure that the food that gets delivered to customers’ homes is safe and secure.

Nasi Kukus with Ayam Rempah (RM12)

The food delivery startup will ensure riders’ health and safety along with the preparation of the food to be its priority. In order to minimise customer-rider contact, dahmakan’s riders are practicing contactless delivery delivering customers’ meals according to their instructions. Cash on delivery has also been suspended in order to minimise contact.

Dahmakan will be partnering with Redoxon and with every dahmakan meal ordered, customers will be getting a free Redoxon Double Action Pack.

Baked Cheesy Sambal Fish Rice

Prices start at RM 11.99 and delivery fee is only RM 0.99. Currently, the food delivery startup delivers throughout the Klang valet with its first delivery time slot starting at 8.20 am and last delivery time slot at 8 pm.

Malaysians can enjoy these delicacies in less than 10 days



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