Mart offers quick meals and groceries

The grocery meal box contains fresh and premium meats, fruits and vegetables,

A RESTAURANT which has cemented its place in the food and beverage scene with its range of steaks has now gone a step further with its latest venture — Maria’s Mart.

The grocery store offers fresh and premium meat, fruits as well as vegetables along with recipes that even novice home cooks will find easy to follow.

“We are very excited with the launch as the idea is to bring convenience to modern living,” said Maria SteakCafe Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Angeline Tan.

The items include curated and environmentally-friendly boxes with goodies that add a personal touch.

The store offers a one-stop solution for home cooking needs and consumers can recreate culinary delights as well as concoct their own signature dishes from the comfort of home.

Tan said Maria’s SteakCafe was born out of a love for good food from a family kitchen in Ipoh, Perak, some 20 years ago.

“We believe that meal preparation is one of life’s biggest joys and should be simple and enjoyable, so people can spend quality time with their loved ones,” she said.

The mart also caters to modern living with ready-to-eat frozen food packs.

Specially prepared in-house, they can be served piping hot and fresh in just minutes.

Pumpkin soup, mushroom soup and lamb shank are some of the available options.

The grocery meal box offers two main course options with mixed vegetables and potatoes.

Some of the options include boneless chicken thigh, salmon fillet, New Zealand lamb cutlets, Australian Black Angus striploin and Japanese wagyu A5.

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