I have heard of Eatomo but until today have not had a chance to visit. To my delight I found out that they are on Grabfood.
The first time I ordered was during the early part of the MCO where I thought I paid an obscene amount of money for so little food hah..hah...I reckon the plastic container made the pain even worse but oh my, I must say that the Wok Fired Spicy Gyutandon was to die for!
Recently I noted that they are on Grabfood Signatures and right now there is a promotional 30% discount (until 21-06-2020, discount capped at RM12.00). Besides there appears to be some small discount on some of their dishes.
I have never been there so I don't know what the prices are at the restaurant. Since I super loved the Wok Fired Spicy Gyutandon, I made an order for that.
What? RM4.65 for an Onsen Souvide Egg? And RM3.50 for a fried egg? The egg import from Japan or what? hah...hah....
At such prices, I would gladly fry my own egg or rather, two eggs.
It is very pricey to add on stuff.
So use what you have in the fridge. I am definitely not going to pay RM2.12 for some chili flakes or chili oil.
From experience, I knew that one dish is not enough for me so I made another order for Work Fired Spicy Brisket Bowl. And being the greedy person that I am, I also added Fried Chicken Bites Salad. I needed some greens with my meal.
The bummer is that you have to order a drink with the so called "combo" meal. At least one of the choices is Japanese Green Tea, so I can avoid sugary drinks which I dislike.
Total damage after discounts is RM76.20.
This was my luxurious lunch.
The Wok Fired Spicy Gyutandon was as good as before.
I also enjoyed the Wok Fired Spicy Brisket Bowl though it was a bit gamey.
Of all three, the Fried Chicken Bites Salad was not so worth it.
Next time I shall not be so greedy. Just order one dish, fry some eggs or boil some eggs and toss my own salad hee..hee...