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and business newsSign upThis unique operating system makes the kitchens significantly more profitable and easier to operate than most major quick-service restaurants, he added.Dahmakan, which loosely translates to"Have you eaten" in Malay, operates on the remote-kitchen, delivery-only model similar to rival services such as Smart City Kitchens, Deliveroo Editions and Mumbai-based Rebel Foods.
Operational in Malaysia and Thailand, Dahmakan's customers can order chef-made meals to be delivered to office and homes using its website and mobile app.There are over 40 new dishes added each month to a growing database of more than 2,000 tested dishes, the company said in a press release. Dishes on the platform cost from US$3.
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