When the pandemic struck, our government issued a Movement Control Order (MCO) to limit people’s movements and hence reducing the exposure to the infection. While many restaurants close down (and us missing our food terribly) , luckily, we’re still able to order them from delivery apps.
So, in all curiosity, we decided to check what food Malaysians miss most and reached out to GrabFood to share us some of the TOP orders made.
You may be surprise with a few of these! Check out the list.
Overall TOP GrabFood order during MCO:
- Bubble tea
- Ice cream
- Nasi lemak
- Roti Canai
- Honey butter biscuits
- Sate ayam
- Cafe latte
Besides the overall top orders, here are some worth mentioning!
TOP local foods:
- Roti canai
- Sate (ayam & daging)
- Egg tart
- Roti telur
- Dao fufah
- Nasi putih
- Siew Pao
- Nasi lemak
- Nasi impit
TOP Ramadan food:
*based on Grab’s e-Kitchen Bazar category
- Roti John
- Nasi Kerabu
- Nasi Tomato
- Nasi Kukus
- Nasi Ayam
TOP groceries ordered:
- Whole Chicken
- Chicken thigh
- Red onion
- Sweet onion (Bawang Holland)
- Kuey Teow
- Minced Beef
And there you have it. Are you guilty of ordering these things too? Let us know what you think about this list in the comments!
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