If you’ve been on your supermarket’s online delivery waiting list for far too long, try sourcing your necessities elsewhere. These online independent grocers and markets offer a more specialised selection of products, which means fresher produce and higher quality goods for you and your family.
Ever Fresh Cameron Sdn Bhd
This vegetable delivery service covers a wider base, which includes major neighbourhoods such as Cheras, Wangsa Maju, Setapak, Ampang, KL, Kepong, Desa Parkcity, Setia Alam, Sunway, USJ and Petaling Jaya. Ever Fresh Cameron makes daily rounds to areas with denser population like Mont Kiara, Sentul, Subang, Bangsar, OUG, Puchong and Damansara but make runs on alternate days for smaller neighbourhoods. If you need to stock up on fresh vegetables and local fruits regularly, Ever Fresh Cameron is your best bet as it offers more variety of leafy greens at an affordable price. Check its delivery schedule below:
Enquire through WhatsApp: 012 679 3480 (Meng); 012 210 5622 (Lau). Order confirmed before noon will be delivered the next day. Min order above RM50.
Bonfisken Seafood Market
From fresh Norwegian salmon and Canadian scallops to sushi-grade tuna loin and unagi kabayaki, Bonfisken Seafood Market’s variety of select premium seafood is offered at unbeatable prices. Bonfisken has been processing seafood for 25 years and directly imports many of the items in their store to ensure maximum quality. Enjoy free delivery when you spend a minimum of RM300.
The Little Mart
Bummed that Le French Festival got cancelled this year? You can still throw a small celebration by preparing your own French spread at home. The Little Mart delivers organic, healthy and fair trade French groceries (in reusable containers) from the best brands at affordable prices. If a charcuterie board sounds enticing to you, they have all you need to assemble a good one. Also, don’t forget to add wines to your cart.
Delivery fees are RM15 for Kuala Lumpur, RM25 for Peninsula Malaysia and RM70 for East Malaysia. Mon-Sat, 9.30am-12pm; 2-5pm. Call 014 611 2189 or email [email protected] for more info. Click here to order.
Replenish household essentials without stepping out of your home with Potboy’s online grocery shop. With over 10,000 products to choose from, Potboy sources directly from suppliers and offers free delivery with no minimum purchase. Customers who return recyclable items back are rewarded with Potboy Gold, which can be used to claim prizes. And if you’re itching to spend your e-wallet cash, Potboy accepts payment via Boost, Touch ‘n Go and GrabPay too.
You may have seen its produce lining the shelves of local supermarkets but TM Farms, which has been growing vegetables in Bukit Tinggi, Pahang since 2009, offers deliveries too. The cool temperature and clean water in the hills make the farm a suitable place for growing organic vegetables and fruits. Delivery comes in the form of boxes — choose either the Asian box (a selection of greens used in traditional Asian recipes and six eggs; from RM380) or the Western box (a mix of vegetables used in western recipes and six eggs; from RM450). TM Farms also sells organic tropical fruits such as banana, dragon fruit, mango and passion fruit.
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Restaurants have been forced to stop serving dine-in customers ever since the country imposed the MCO, but you can still rustle up some restaurant-worthy dishes at home when you need to switch things up in the kitchen. MyGourmetPartner stocks some of the finest gourmet brands in the region including Australia’s Melba Cheese, Tartufi Morra’s truffle oil and wagyu from Queensland’s Darling Downs. Delivery is free with a minimum purchase of RM200.
Order before 3pm for next working day delivery. Locations include KL city centre, Kota Kemuning, Bangsar, TTDI and Mont Kiara. Call Justin at 017 355 901.
If you haven’t read our tips on maintaining a healthy diet already, dried food such as oats, beans and nuts not only have longer shelf life but they are packed with nutrients too. Signature Market offers a variety of healthy snacks, from red date chips, dried strawberries, tricolour quinoa and shiitake mushroom chips to trail mixes. Follow the online marketplace on Facebook for recipes and online chef demonstrations on how you can prepare healthy meals at home during the MCO.
Free delivery for purchase above RM100. Click here to order.