EuroGoodies

[06/11/09] 

EuroGoodies sells life’s little pleasures
 
We all have moments when we pine for a taste of home; walk into any “Wellcome” and you’ll see your fellow expats, awash in cruel fluorescent light, clutching half-empty baskets as they examine the oriental offerings like museum exhibits.

Oh, what they would do for a dollop of Nutella or a hunk of Bratwurst! It’s not even the high-end international food most of us are after, but the basic stuff you’d even find in a London student flat.
 
But now you can get your international treats by mail order (and we don’t mean brides) with EuroGoodies. Next time you have a hankering for Austrian apple juice, minced meat stuffed cabbage or a whole smoked rainbow trout, simply go online and browse their range of food and drink (with its distinctive German leanings) and they’ll deliver. The prices are surprisingly good; 24 bottles of Budvar will set you back HK$230 and a pack of Haribo Gold Bears is HK$19.50. In fairness, that’s a lot for Haribo, but who can put a price on happiness? Delivery fees vary according to where you live and how much you spend.
 
Like Oktoberfest in Tsim Sha Tsui, it’s the best of Europe in Asia.
 
EuroGoodies
www.euro-goodies.com
Tel: 2574-0220

The Nuts and Bolts: EuroGoodies home delivery means happy Germans and Nutella for all.


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