July 14, 2022

MadEats Online Delivery Navigates through the Mad World of Coffee, Burgers, Korean Chicken, and More

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  • Imagine yourself working from your condominium on a gloomy Monday morning. The virtual meetings here and there, complemented by the sheer lethargy that Monday morning brings might affect your day and even your whole work week!

    One dreary day in Makati Central Business District/ IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    But what if we tell you that you can skip Monday sickness with this online restaurant group that can deliver sumptuous meals anywhere in Metro Manila? We’re telling you, it’s different from the usual food from fast food chains around the Metro!

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    MadEats loves to introduce themselves as “an on-demand online restaurant group that is built for delivery.” They currently have six brands in total, ranging from your daily dose of coffee, a smash hit of a burger, crazy good Korean fried chicken, savory fried rice, crunchy pork chop, and even trays of pasta and noodles generous enough for celebrations!

    Before you begin ordering, you may start by creating a MadEats account to get 200 points for signing up and following their social media accounts to earn extra points. You may use these points to get up to 15% off upon ordering!

    Creating a MadEats account is simple!

    STEP 1: Go to https://madeats.co. On top of the screen, click the button that says “Go to MadWorld.” The server will bring you to their MadWorld Loyalty page where you can sign up for an account.

    SCREENSHOT from MadEats’ website

    STEP 2: Click “Join now.”

    SCREENSHOT from MadEats’ website

    STEP 3: Create an account by filling out your first name, last name, email address, and password.

    SCREENSHOT from MadEats’ website

    STEP 4: Click “SIGN UP.” Voila! You just made a MadEats account, and you earned points in the process! Wait for an e-mail from MadEats that confirms your entrance to their MadWorld.

    SCREENSHOT from MadEats’ website

    Ready to order? Add to cart from any of these MadEats brand, and get ready to be transported into a MadWorld of scrumptious bites and delish drinks that are simply irresistible. Let’s go!

    Dot Coffee

    MadEats delivers your daily coffee on the dot with Dot Coffee. It has everything that you could wish for in your coffee with their collection of hot and cold brews from your usual Hot Americano to your Iced Dirty Coconut Latte that you might wish to try. They also have bottled versions of your favorite drinks!

    A selection of iced coffee from Dot Coffee / IMAGE from Dot Coffee’s Facebook page

    Non-coffee drinkers will also delight in their creamy strawberry and matcha beverages that will satisfy your cravings and leave you wanting for more.

    Smooshed!

    Smash your hunger monster with yummy burgers from Smooshed! They have all kinds of cheeseburgers from Double BBQ Bacon Cheeseburger to Double Overloaded Cheeseburger.

    Partner these with a side of Mini Onion Rings and Drink Combo that will surely leave your hunger monster quiet and happy in your tummy.

    IMAGE from Smooshed Facebook page

    What’s different in a “Smooshed Burger” is that they literally smash burgers on a griddle for a thinner patty that oozes out with even smashingly good flavors to boot!

    Yang Gang

    Enjoy fried chicken the Korean way with Yang Gang! Aside from their signature fried chicken sandwiches, they also have the bomb. The bombs are cheese balls that come in different flavors like honey butter, garlic and cream cheese, and the original cheese variety.

    Fried Chickin Sandwich / IMAGE from Yang Gang’s Facebook page

    Hotteoks or Korean pancakes filled with either sweet cheese or ube and cheese can also be delivered straight to your doorstep through MadEats’ delivery service!

    Fried Nice

    Your favorite local Filipino food like sinigang, kare-kare, sisig, chicken inasal, and adobo can also be found at MadEats through Fried Nice.

    What’s more, they have meat-free servings of lechon kawali on vegan kare-kare fried rice, topped with fried eggplant, string beans, and cabbage, best paired with a spicy paste to up that mouthwatering meal.

    All kinds of classic Filipino favorites / IMAGE from Fried Nice’s Facebook page

    The servings are good for one, but they also have trays of your favorite dishes available for sharing!

    Also Read: Exceptionally Filipino: A Peek Into Filipino Food

    Chow Time

    Love Chinese for take-out? Why not have it delivered to you by Chow Time! Pair Chaofan or soy noodles with Chow Time’s porkchop for your surprise cravings of Chinese grub.

    You can also choose from different variety of noodle servings such as peanut, garlic sesame, or soy noodles.

    Chow Time’s favorite porkchop on top of noodles or Chaofan / Image from Chow Time’s Facebook page

    MadMakes

    This might be the last one on the list (for now), but this will definitely level up your game for small celebrations at home! Trays of salpicao, liempo, and pasta like spaghetti bolognese and truffle pasta are available at MadMakes.

    They also have Kimchi Fried Rice and pancit trays, perfect for lunch or dinner with your family or friends.

    Mad Trays for Mad cravings / Image from MadEats’ Facebook page

    While we are on the “mad world” of MadEats, let Philippine Primer give you some reminders before ordering!

    1. Their delivery hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily via madeats.co, but you may get your daily dose of Dot Coffee from as early as 7:00 a.m. at their kiosk at W City Center, Lane B, Bonifacio Global City (BGC) in Taguig!
    2. Depending on your distance from their main kitchens in Makati and Quezon City, the delivery of your food may take from 30 to 60 minutes only. The onset of the rainy season affects this, however. So just be patient and also give courtesy to our couriers.
    3. While they have kitchens around the Metro and even a Dot Coffee kiosk at BGC, they do not offer dine-ins just yet. Therefore, take-out and delivery is really the way to go! You may also find them on Foodpanda and Grab Food.

    Have you tried MadEats just yet? What would you like to try from their selection of delicious food grubs? Share your food ideas with us below!


    Featured image  from MadEats’ Facebook page 

                 
               
               
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