Freshco group of restaurants have grown and now has diverse range of restaurants under one roof.
For a Western fare, they have Auntie Anne Pretzels, Freshco Sandwich and Gloria Jeans, Oooh gotta love those pretzels!
Japanese Restaurant Sushi Tei – which I am very fond of their Premium Unagi, Salted Yolks Soft Shell Crabs and Salmon Teriyaki! *drools*
Chinese and Malaysian Cuisine Restaurants like I love Yoo and All Seasons, last but not least Indonesian favourites Waroeng Penyet. There’s simply sooo much choice!
Now the big question for family dinners has been to decide where and what to eat, some might prefer having Chinese food and some might want Japanese or some just want a pretzel and coffee…. it’s not easy to please everyone but with the new Freshco Delivery service – all that is going to change! Now everyone can have something from their favourite restaurants – all combine them all in one delivery!
The beauty about Freshco Delivery service is that they allow you to combine the food from their restaurants under one delivery. As long as you match the minimum amount of $15 and pay only $2 for delivery charge – they will deliver the combination of food from different restaurants under the Freshco group. As you can see here, I ordered the new Belado range from Waroeng Penyet, some sushi from Sushi Tei, Dim Sum from All Seasons, delicious chocolate coated pretzels from Auntie Anne’s and a nice cup of White Chocolate drink from Gloria Jeans. Man ~~ maybe I should had ordered some porridge and silky tau fu fa from I love Yoo too ~~
Food arrived within an hour after I placed my order (about 40 mins). Great service! They deliver only to selected areas for now and is available from 11am to 10pm. Another good promotion at the moment is the free delivery between 2pm – 5pm! So if you are at the office and feeling hungry ~~ get your colleagues to order a whole feast with you!
To make your life easier – I’ll put the order menu on this blogpost so you can always check back and order from here. Or you could always grab the delivery menu from Freshco outlets. I will update this as often as I can to bring their latest delivery menus! You can always call and ask if they deliver any particular favourite dishes of yours that is not on the delivery menu.
Of course – if you’re looking to host any functions – Freshco Catering can do a combination of food from their restaurant chains at their Freshco Banquet Hall! Just call the number to make any enquiries!
Badi’ah Hotel restaurant recently launched their new halal dim sum menu – with about 38 different items to choose ~~ Quite a good spread I must say ~~ just look at that spread!
Ranging from few types of hearty porridge such as this seafood combination of fish prawns and squid porridge~~~ they have quite a few choices – from peanut to chicken porridge but the really luxurious one would be the scallop porridge which you don’t see in other dim sum restaurants. Their porridge is quite smooth and I really like it – it’s not the soupy rice kinda porridge – so texture wise It’s very satisfying for me ~ the classic Hong Kong style porridge.
They serve both Classic and new style cheong funs such as the cha kueh cheong fun and scallop cheung fun ~~ It’s good to see something new to Brunei’s choice of Cheung Funs.
You will of course see Dim Sum favourites like Siu Mai and Har Gow ~~ as well as other varieties steamed dumplings in the menu – give them a try!
Some people just love fried stuff – then one simply must enjoy fried style dim sums! Crispy Fried Dim Sum such as the Salad Prawns, Beancurd Prawn Rolls, Prawn Toast and Yam Puffs are the popular ones here!
Dim Sum is not limited to savoury ones but sweet ones to end your meal! Dessert Dim Sum like Egg Tarts, Pandan Kaya Buns or salted yolk custard buns ~~ mmmm ~~ dim sum sounds like a full course complete meal if you ask me ~~ so much choice and range at Badi’ah hotel!
To celebrate Chinese New Year, Badi’ah Hotel Restaurant offers two promotions – starting with the selection of Takeaway Dim Sum Platters! At discounted prices – these platters will be a good bargain especially for family and friends gatherings. Just call the number and order the takeaway platter!
Badi’ah Hotel Restaurant is also offering their Chinese New Year set which is served with Yee Sang, Hot and Cold Combination Platters and other popular Chinese style dishes and desserts. Below are some of the dishes from the different sets. Note: Pictures from the CNY Set are provided by Badi’ah Hotel Restaurant and for illustration purposes only.
Yee Sang has been the current trend to begin the Chinese New Year meal where there’s a good contrast of colours and textures with all the different ingredients, served with aromatic oils, sauces and spices. The fun part is to gather the family together to mix these ingredients together with chopsticks and tossing as them as high as possible!
Here’s the Hot and Cold Platter Combination, which is a good combination of steamed and fried Chinese appetizers. Quite a beautiful ornamental piece at the center!
The Crab Meat and Fish Lips Thick soup is a luxurious thick seafood soup, a good contrast of different textures and quite comforting – one usually adds a few drops of vinegar to balance the taste.
Popular at Chinese banquets are broccoli with premium mushrooms served with expensive seafood items such as scallops or abalone. Here’s Badi’ah Restaurant’s Broccoli with Scallops and Sea Cucumber.
The Double Happiness Chicken dish is usually a combination of chicken cooked in two different ways and served together. Badi’ah Hotel Restaurant’s version comprised of crispy deep fried chicken with mayonnaise and a local favourite buttermilk chicken, a saucy rich butter milk sauce balanced with heat from herbs and hot chilies.
Prosperous Whole Roasted Duck
Ahhh ~~ gotta love the ever so popular Nestum Prawns – prawns enhanced with the texture and buttery milky fragrance of the oatmeal.
Seafood combination fried rice to complement the saucy dishes of the set dinner!
One of the desserts from the sets will be these Chinese Red Bean pastries – offering a flaky pastry filled with sweet red bean paste. Mmm ~~
A soupy tong sui dessert is a good ending to the meal – Longan with Chinese style almond infused Tofu Hua. Slurps slurps.