Swing by for yummy treats


The Shang Shack Drive-thru Pick Up located between the sister resorts in Penang allows customers to conveniently collect their food and beverage orders at the date and time of their choice.

MEALS at home can still be lavish affairs if food lovers opt for the new Shang Shack Drive-thru Pick Up offered by Shangri-La’s two sister resorts in Batu Ferringhi, Penang.

One will not miss dining out as the pick-up service features a good selection of delicious treats from Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa as well as Golden Sands Resort.

Ordering is such a breeze. Just visit the F&B e-platform at www.shangri-la-penang-specials.com to select your desired items, make payment and specify a date and time for collection.

Finally, drop by the shack to pick up your order. It is located in the car park area between the resorts with colourful signage pointing the way.

“With the ongoing conditional movement control order in Penang, many are hesitant to dine out.

“This is a convenient alternative and allows diners to enjoy the Shangri-La touch wherever they are, ” said F&B executive assistant manager Jegan Selvarajan.

The takeaway items come neatly packed in containers. Shown here are the Rasa Fish and Chips (top) and Butter Chicken (bottom).The takeaway items come neatly packed in containers. Shown here are the Rasa Fish and Chips (top) and Butter Chicken (bottom).

Communications director Suleiman Tunku Abdul Rahman added, “You can order from anywhere, including from home, work or while running an errand.

“Safety and hygiene are paramount. There are virtually no contact points as you won’t even need to leave your car to collect the items.”

The pick-up service is available from 11am to 6.30pm daily.

The selection includes salads, pizzas, pastas, sandwiches, local delights, grilled items, breads and beverages.

There are also signature cakes such as Tiramisu, Karottenkuchen, Strawberry Eclair, Paris-Brest, Chocolate Dome, Baked Cheesecake and Green Tea Tart.

Be sure to try the Banana Bread which has returned after a long hiatus due to popular demand. It is made to the same old-fashioned 1970s recipe.

Suleiman shared, “When Feringgi Grill opened in 1973, the first thing that greeted diners at the table was our in-house specialty of freshly baked Banana Bread. It garnered a cult following.

“Regulars would request for more to take home after meals. It remained a favourite until the 1980s when the grill transitioned to nouvelle cuisine.”

The Banana Bread with its soft texture, rich aromas and jammy sweetness is sure to win over a new generation of fans. It is priced at RM11 per loaf.

For now, the resort is giving free samplings of the Banana Bread every Friday between 5pm and 6pm at the Shang Shack.

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