Meat Market

[26/05/09] 

Get serious at the meat market

A true measure of a man is how much he loves his…meat. Whether you fancy a T-bone or a rib-eye, when you’re craving for meat, the caveman in you definitely wants it now.

So forget about waiting in line at the supermarket just to buy second-grade meat. Get premium meat delivered right to your doorstep from the Meat Master himself. The meatmarket.hk is an online delivery service that offers all the meat you could ask for and more, from beef, chicken and mutton to pork, sausages and seafood. There are even selections of meat pastries, homemade marinades, vegetables, dairy products and halal food. Most products are flown in from Australia, vacuum sealed for freshness, chilled at source (i.e. not previously frozen) and kept chilled until it reaches you. And if you can’t find what you’re looking for, the Meat Master would be more than happy to track it down for you. Bet you’re salivating now, eh?

Any more and you might need to get some help at MLA (Meat Lovers Anonymous).

meatmarket.hk
www.meatmarket.com.hk
Hotline: 8135-1394
Open Mon-Fri 9am-7pm; Sat 9am-1pm.
(Free standard delivery; minimum order of HK$300 required.)

The Nuts & Bolts: Meat lovers will love the Meat Market, an online delivery service that offers all kinds of premium meat from Australia.


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