What I love about Sunday mornings is how lazy I can totally be during those few hours just after sunrise. Stretching, curling up in bed, listening to the sounds around you, and just simply relaxing… It usually takes me around 30 minutes to an hour before I finally get up from bed.
What better way to complement a lazy Sunday morning than having breakfast ready from one of your favorite restaurants right at your doorstep?
Such was the case one Sunday morning.
I recently stumbled upon Foodie.ph, which is an online delivery service accepting orders 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for a minimum order amount of 300 pesos.
Perfect! Now my mom will have a break from preparing meals for us and I can treat my family to a relaxing and yummy breakfast!
Since I have been craving for a Singaporean type of breakfast ever since I got back from SG, I was completely pleased to see that KopiRoti delivers in our area.
I decided to order for Sunday morning breakfast the night before so I can have sound sleep knowing I will be eating a sumptuous breakfast the next day. But had I decided to order early Sunday morning instead, I will receive it within 60 minutes since I am within the restaurant’s delivery zone.
I asked my family members on what they wanted to eat for breakfast. And when I had their orders, I simply went to http://www.foodie.ph. On the right side bar, I selected my area from the dropdown menu to start the process of ordering. Then I was asked to state my desired delivery date and time. After that, a list of restaurants available within the area appeared. Take note that there is a standard delivery fee of 10%. Anyway, I chose Kopi Roti and I was directed to their virtual menu.
The virtual menu is quite interactive. You can customize all your orders by placing notes or special instructions and labelling who the orders are for. I had fun doing this! There is also a dynamic sidebar that displays your current balance including the delivery charge so you are well aware of how much you will pay for once you are done ordering.
After I think I have ordered everything I needed, I proceeded to VIEW the ORDER. I was then directed to another page where I can still edit my order. It is also the venue to enter a coupon, gift, or promotional code, if present. There is also a space where one can insert how much will be given as tip to the driver.
After proceeding to CHECKOUT, I was prompted to register. Next, I entered my delivery address including instructions on how to get here. One can save several delivery addresses to make ordering from the same location easier.
After registering and subsequently entering my delivery address and finalizing other details, I was asked to enter how I wanted to pay. There were two options: 1) Cash and 2) Swipe credit card upon delivery. I chose COD… and then clicked PLACE ORDER. Voila! The ordering process is done. Ordering probably took around 10 to 15 minutes due to the volume of my order. After that, I received an email itemizing my order including other pertinent details. Then I received a call confirming my order after 10 minutes.
During the call, the call center agent told me that my brother’s order, which is Peanut Butter Blue Berry Toast, is not available. So I changed it to plain Peanut Butter Toast. My order amount was then adjusted accordingly. After a few minutes, he called again to confirm and finalize my order. I really appreciate how the agent stayed with me and informed me of every step of the process until my order has been completed, finalized, and sent to KopiRoti.
The next day, the food promptly arrived at 8am. The foods are kept inside a warmer so they really arrive hot and ready for consumption.
Here are all our orders:
That’s good enough for 8 people! Haha! Every item has a label so you’ll know who they’re for. No more confusing orders. Yey!
And here’s mine:
I ordered Set A, which is Roti French Toast with 2 soft boiled eggs upgraded to Tea Tarik.
The French toast was really yummy. It might look a bit burnt but it actually tastes pretty good. The kaya spread is tasty and has the right amount of sweetness so as not to overpower the taste of the bread. I spread the Kaya all over the bread, cut the bread into small slices, and dip the pieces into the soft-boiled eggs before eating. It tastes really yummy! This is what I missed so much while in SG. And of course, the tea tarik tastes great! I’m so glad that it is still very hot.
My mom ordered Homemade Roti Kaya Toast. I was able to taste it and I loved it. Although, I still prefer my own order. ^_^
My sister Mariah ordered Peanut Butter Toast. It’s good that it has already been sliced into 6 small pieces. The peanut butter was very creamy and I love the way it has crunchy peanuts all over.
My sister Trisha ordered Choco and Milk Toast. It’s a simple toast with chocolate syrup and condensed milk drizzled on top. It’s sweet but delicious! She also ordered 2 soft-boiled eggs with it. I just don’t know if it paired well.
Look how my mom and sister Trisha are enjoying!
And this is me with mama and my sister Mariah.
It was fun how we shared and listened to each other’s stories over slices of bread and cups of coffee and tea. Having the family together over meals is really a blessing since we rarely get to see each other due to our busy schedules. Thanks to Foodie.ph, we had more time bonding with each other while enjoying our yummy breakfast. © Til the next delivery!
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♥ Monique ♥
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