But then now there's foodpanda! Wasn't really convinced with the idea at first. However, I was seriously craving for Jap food but had to babysit at home. So okay lah.. Give it a shot.
First, you must understand that not all restaurants are within your range so do a little check to see which ones can deliver to you on the foodpanda website. Or you can also do this via their mobile app which you can find on Google Play, App Store or Windows Phone Store.
Because my area is near to Paradigm Mall, I have access to lots of restaurants there plus some outside. Yay! I found Sakae Sushi on the list ngek ngek
Ordered dinner for 2 from the comforts of my home. Lazy max.. Quite convenient for days that you get locked in your house.
6 minutes later, I received a confirmation SMS and then less than 25 minutes later, I got my food! In total, I waited 29 minutes which is pretty awesome since I would have spent a longer time actually going there and finding parking then tapau. The delivery guy, Murum(?), was quite friendly also. Although he got a bit of a shock when I asked him for a photo xD
To tell the truth, I was expecting broken sushi and all but they arrived safe.
Complete with wasabi and soy sauce woot!
Combo A: Beef with assorted sashimi and sushi
Sushi Set A
Overall, I'm pretty satisfied with the service and speed. They do charge RM 4 for delivery but you can keep an eye out for the deals as some of them have free delivery.
P.S. There's an RM 10 discount code over at dealhero! It's valid until 31st August. Just key in this code when ordering.