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Phnom Penh: Delivered By Foodsters

Foodology December 16, 2011 Cambodian, Chinatown, Delivery, Four Beakers, Vietnamese

The hardest thing about studying for final exams on campus is how crappy the food is…and how nothing is open at night. M, Scarface and I were studying and we really didn’t want to go off the hill to find food…plus there is nothing good nearby anyways.

There is this new service called Foodsters.ca and they deliver food from any restaurant to you. Pretty awesome concept especially when certain popular restaurants don’t deliver… or are out of range.

Since the three of us wanted some killer study food, we wanted Phnom Penh but didn’t want to do much of anything. So, we put in a request to Foodsters.ca and it was delivered in about 30-40 mins. Pretty good timing since we were near Coquitlam. All you need is a credit card.

We ordered two Vietnamese Ice coffees, Chicken wings, Butter beef and the luc lac. Perfect set of items for our hungry stomaches.

Butter Beef ($8.95) was much smaller than what you would have in the restaurant. Take out food always seems to be a bit smaller than dining -in. They give you this large constrainer of sauce and trust me, do not pour this onto the meat! Best to dip the beef slices into the cup of sauce. Nonetheless it was delicious!

Deep Fried Chicken Wings ($12.50) is another staple dish that you must get! It is topped off with garlic, onion, and other stuff. They left out the lemon and pepper sauce to go with the wings, which is sad since you can taste more the salt or MSG.

Luc Lac with egg is a rice dish with a bunch of tender marinated beef. This beef was really really tender!! It also comes with side of salad and cucumbers to balance out the meaty dish. You probably don’t want to pour all the sauce on top either since unless you wanting it to drown in that sauce.

It didn’t come with the complementary beef bone soup 🙁

Overall, it was pretty painless ordering from Foodsters.ca . It’s great for lazy students who just want food delivered to them! Since there is a delivery fee, it’s always best to order in large groups so it doesn’t seem like a huge addition to your bill. They also have a Christmas Campaign going on right now where you can donate 10 cans of food and receive free delivery!

The food from Phnom Penh was delicious as usual, but it was missing a few items.  I had about the same meal when I was dining-in and this is how it com pared (http://foodology.ca/?p=7363). I always find that the usual items that are most popular will tingle your taste buds. Good price with good food! Can’t go wrong.

Words of Wisdom:

  • Marinated Butter beef, Chicken Wings, Luc Lac, and Deep fried squid!!!

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About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

  • Interesting food delivery system. I wonder if they will deliver to Richmond. Btw, did u still tip the driver even after the 10 bucks delivery charge?

    • DesignGirl

      I actually didn’t but I am sure you can. I think they do deliver to richmond but it’s more expensive.

  • Tom

    Hi Crispy,

    Thanks for your questions.

    No tip required. We strive for simplicity & efficiency – that means no cash required at the door.

    Yes, we do deliver to Richmond. We do require a few hours notice and the delivery charge is $20 due to distance. We’ve done quite a few orders for Phnom Penh to Richmond actually.

  • HOW COME I DID NOT KNOW ABOUT THIS?!?!? FML i live in surrey and rarely study at sfu downtown, waayyy too far. sigh!! this is what i need.

    • DesignGirl

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