In a line: Sit back and relax as the flavors from around the world get delivered at your doorstep with Foozy!
Price for two: Rs. 800(approx)
Must haves: Khao Suey
You come back home, tired and hungry, and have no energy to either cook up a hearty and delicious meal or go to a nearby restaurant to satiate your hunger pangs. So what do you do ?
You simply sit on your couch and browse through the Internet where you can find a number of options to deliver hot food at your doorstep. While most of them will be cuisine specific, the recently launched: Foozy, is here to take your taste buds across the world with their multi-cuisine menu that is filled with a number options and thus, ensures that no palate goes unsatisfied.
Download the easy-to-use application or simply go on their website(www.foozy.in), and in a few clicks, you’ll be sorted. The clean interface helps to make your choices easier and the menu is divided into 6 categories that includes combos, big plates, small plates, beverages & salads, between breads and the most important, sugar rush. The interesting bit is that a part of the menu keeps rotating and a part of it remains same. So you can be assured of the fact that you can order something different every week.
Currently delivering only in New Gurgaon from 10:30 am to 11:30 pm, your food gets delivered neatly in individual boxes which have separate leak-proof containers which makes it all the more convenient. With no minimum delivery amount, you can get your order delivered in about 30-45 Minutes.
I few days back I decided to give Foozy a try, and after having devoured the delicious dishes, Foozy certainly became one place that I’d look forward to ordering from again very soon.
The turkish chicken skewers came in an air tight container and had moist morsels of chicken, rubbed with spices that went well with the mustard mayonnaise. Chicken roulade with spaghetti came was a simple yet delicious dish that had some pickled vegetables, white sauce and salad. While I liked the roulade that was filled with spinach and had the crunch from cashews, I would have liked to have some more spaghetti in the meal box. African spice paneer wrap was probably the most interesting tasting dish that I had. The moistness of the paneer in contrast with the spices and crunch of the fresh vegetables was impressive and went well with mayonnaise. It was accompanied along with a salad that had the dressing packed separately and thereby, helped me adjust according to my liking. However, it was khao suey that became the highlight of my meal. Noodles in a delicious coconut broth with a whole egg and chunks of chicken along with individual components like fried onions, peanuts and lemon, much like an authentic khau suey.
Overall, I had a great meal from Foozy and after having tried all these dishes, I am all the more looking forward to ordering from Foozy soon. The quick delivery, neat packaging and good food make foozy a great option to get food delivered at your doorstep.
Value for Money: 3.5/5