Chinese New Year is around the corner and what better way to celebrate with your colleagues than than to “lou sang”?

Order an Ippudo Yee Sang (魚生) to your home/office with Grab for only RM28.88. It also comes with exclusive ang pao packets. The offer is available from 24th to 26th January.

Source: Grab Malaysia
Source: Grab Malaysia

Yee Sang is symbolic of good luck, prosperity, health, and everything auspicious. It is essentially a salad with various ingredients that include raw fish (typically salmon), pomelo, carrot, ginger, and groundnuts – each symbolising a different meaning. For example, fish represents abundance while pomelo means good luck.

All you have to do is book your Yee Sang with a credit/debit card by tapping on the Grab Yee Sang icon and entering the SAME pick up and drop off location between 1pm – 4pm on 24th to 26th January.

Grab’s Ippudo Yee Sang is pork free and it is limited to 500 orders per day. It is only available in these areas in Klang Valley:

  • KL City Centre
  • Mid Valley
  • Bandar Utama/TTDI
  • Damansara Uptown/Mutiara Damansara
  • KL Sentral/Bangsar
  • Pusat Bandar Damansara
Source: Grab Malaysia
Source: Grab Malaysia

However, the promotion will be made available in selected areas in Penang, Malacca, Johor Bahru, and Kota Kinabalu on 30th to 31st January. It is only limited to 50 servings a day, so grab yours before they run out. (Note: The Yee Sangs will be prepared by Sushi Zanmai.)

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The service is available in these areas:

  • Penang: Georgetown, Sungai Dua, Bayan Baru, Gurney, Jelutong
  • Malacca: Melaka Raya, Kota Laksamana, Bunga Raya, Peringgit
  • Johor Bahru: Bukit Indah, Tebrau
  • Kota Kinabalu: KK Town, Penampang, Likas

For more info, visit Grab Malaysia’s official website and Facebook page.

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Estee Ang
Love new experiences and the colour purple. Did I also mention that I am obsessed with K-pop as much as I am with food?