Who else is bored of ordering the same food over and over again? We can’t be the only ones! Thankfully, we’re here to share some good news with you: your mealtime knight in shining armour is here to save you from the monotony of eating the same food over and over again, in the form of Tiger Street Food Boxes!
Note: This promotion is only for non-Muslims aged 21 and above.
Tiger x Malaysian Street Food
One of the best things about living in Malaysia is definitely the wide variety of food we have. Local, international and fusion cuisines make their home here, and we Malaysians can’t get enough! One of the best types of food though? Street food. Better yet? When nine local eateries comprising of KL’s classic and modern street food favourites come together to come up with bold collaborations using their signature dishes. And for the cherry on the cake, you can get these street food creations delivered right to your doorstep in a street food box! These street food boxes got you covered not only with fantastical food creations, but the perfect drink to complement the food as well: Tiger. And now, to unbox the food.
Unbox the Extraordinary
Here’s a rundown of the food collabs, each with a concept and/or story that embeds the best of Malaysian flavours, featuring Devi’s Corner, But Kee, myBurgerLab, Ticklish Ribs & ‘Wiches, Megah Taiwan Sausage, Mama Manta, LI, Fifty Tales, and Choon Prawn Mee House.
myBurgerLab x Yut Kee: Yut Kee Hainanese Chicken Tribute 2.0: Yut Kee is one of KL’s iconic eateries, and this creation features their Hainanese Chicken Chop reimagined as a burger. A classic dish given a contemporary twist, the burger has an interesting dash of blueberry jam, while retaining the gravy and marinade from Yut Kee.
myBurgerLab x Mama Manta: Flamin’ Hot Sambal Burger: You’ve seen sambal on burgers, but Mama Manta’s Grilled Fish sambal will blow you out of the water. The sambal has a long history of 18 years, and this burger marries this smoky sambal with a creamy lime sauce to drizzle over a succulent fried chicken thigh.
myBurgerlab x Fifty Tales: Cheeseburger Deep Fried Sui Kow: Who would have ever thought about matching up a cheeseburger with sui kow? This is what it is: imagine a mini cheeseburger encased in a dumpling skin, then deep-fried. Its crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside, and allows you to taste the best of the east and west.
Ticklish Ribs & ‘Wiches x Megah Taiwan Sausage: Pork Lard & Taiwan Sausage Fried Rice with Asian BBQ Ribs: This dish brings together two favourites in one in a no-nonsense manner. Rice fried in fragrant pork lard with Taiwan sausage thrown into the mix to spice things up, alongside Asian BBQ Ribs? Get ready for the intense flavours to pop like fireworks in your mouth!
Ticklish Ribs & ‘Wiches x Devi’s Corner: Grilled Chicken Wings with Mango Pachadi Glaze: A kaleidoscope of sweet, savoury, and spicy flavours await you in this mash-up, where juicy chicken wings are introduced to mango chutney. These two food items may seem totally different and hard to imagine them going together, but it’s a match made in heaven!
LI x Devi’s Corner: Eggplant Lentil with Coconut Chutney in Flatbread: Giving you a reprieve from all the meat, here’s a vegetarian dish that is the bomb. The eggplant and lentils are tender and creamy, providing a contrast from the flatbread, while the chutney assembles all the flavours, and provides a nice, spicy kick to each bite!
LI x Yut Kee: Housemade Spam Katsu Sando: Inspired by childhood memories of dining at Yut Kee, LI’s Chef Heng Kit breathes fresh air into the Japanese sando with his house-made bread and katsu spam. Yut Kee’s gravy complements the katsu well, making this no ordinary spam sandwich!
LI x Yut Kee: Pork Toast with Sambal Belacan Mayo: A Yut Kee familiar would know their Roti Babi, and it has gotten an exciting revamp with LI. The pork is made with Yut Kee’s marinade, while the sambal belacan, also from Yut Kee, is transformed into mayonnaise instead!
Fifty Tales x Choon Prawn Mee House: Smoked Oil Noodles with Prawn Broth Braised Pork Shoulder: Prawn noodles, but dry? Yes! Fifty Tales infuses the flavours of prawn noodles into the pork with the prawn noodles broth of Choon Prawn Mee House, while the noodles are drizzled with smoked oil made in-house for that wok hei. Sign us up for prawn-noodle-broth-infused-pork any day!
Fifty Tales x Devi’s Corner: Roti John Curry with Nam Yu Pork: Fifty Tales’ Nam Yu Pork makes an appearance with this Roti John, which also features the delicious chicken curry from Devi’s Corner. Get ready for an epic clash of flavours, balanced by some spring onions and cucumber for that *crisp*.
Fifty Tales x Megah Taiwan Sausage: Taiwan Sausage Fritters: Because regular fritters just aren’t cool enough. A crunchy exterior cracks to make way for a pillowy interior, featuring onions, peppers and Taiwan sausage surrounded by vegetable cucur. It’s like something you never expected, but will be pleasantly surprised about!
Devi’s Corner x LI: Rava Thosai Wrap with Ginger Scallion Chicken: This creation wraps up both the Chinese and Indian cuisine in one, where the Chinese-style chicken and ginger scallion is wrapped snugly in a rava thosai wrap full of Indian spices. Juicy and full of flavour, this wrap is something you shouldn’t miss!
Devi’s x Fifty Tales Cauliflower 65 Tempura: Could Japanese cuisine work well with Indian cuisine? The answer is yes! Yet another vegetarian-friendly option, Fifty Tales puts a spin on Devi’s perennial favourite, crunchy and flavourful!
Devi’s x Fifty Tales: Vegetable Masala Deep Fried Sui Kow: Dumplings are usually meat-filled, but not this one. This unique creation features Devi’s Vegetable Masala as filling, deep-fried to crunchy perfection!
Get Your Tiger Street Food Box!
We had the pleasure of trying out a couple of dishes from the list above, and trust us when we say these creations are refreshingly interesting, yet Malaysian to the core; they are true-blue Malaysian street food! Paired with a cold Tiger on a hot, sunny day, that meal was the most enjoyable we had for a while now. So here are all the deets you need to know:
What’s in the box?
- 1-pax box (RM28): Choice of one (1) main dish, choice of one (1) side dish, one (1) 320ml can of Tiger Beer or Tiger Crystal, and a limited edition Tiger Street Food chopstick set.
- 2-pax box (RM48): Choice of two (2) main dishes, choice of one (1) large side dish, two (2) 320ml cans of Tiger Beer or Tiger Crystal, and a limited edition Tiger Street Food chopstick set.
How do I order?
Each box is made to order, and quantities are limited, so you have to pre-order, and the Tiger Street Food Box will be delivered on the day you select according to your location. To view the full selection of dishes, make your choices, and place your orders, simply head over to www.tigerstreetfood.my, where you can start to pre-order no matter your location. Just a heads up once more: quantities are limited, so do pre-order early to avoid disappointment! Pre-orders are on a first-come-first-serve basis.
What are the delivery dates?
The Tiger Street Food Box will be available in the Klang Valley for all of June, so take note of these delivery dates:
- KL & Selangor 1: Deliveries on
3rd, 4th, 5th June 2021 (Thursday, Friday, Saturday)SOLD OUT!
- KL & Selangor 2: Deliveries on 17th, 18th, 19th June 2021 (Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
- KL & Selangor 3: Deliveries on 24th, 25th, 26th June 2021 (Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
Each week features a different, exclusive menu, and pre-order is available now, with orders closing on 15th June and 22nd June respectively for the available time slots listed above.
Note: Delivery dates are subject to selection.
We believe your weekend meals are covered with the Tiger Street Food Boxes, since you can pre-order them to enjoy for lunch or dinner on a weekend! Treat yo’self, and order a Tiger Street Food Box now!
For more information, visit https://tigerstreetfood.my, Tiger’s Facebook page, or Tiger’s Instagram page.
As always, stay safe, and do not drink and drive!