Q: Do you deliver to Sherwood Park or St.Albert
A: At this time, we do not.
Q: How many servings in 1 pack?
A: The meal is designed as a single serving for one hungry person.
Q What if I have food allergies?
A: All ingredients used in each meal are listed in the product description profiles. Ingredients in each meal are non-negotiable.
We make every possible effort to eliminate the risk of cross-contamination during meal preparation, however, contamination of different allergens may occur in even the most conscientious of establishments. If you have any concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us; we will be happy to discuss them with you.
Q: What kind of packaging is used in the frozen Golomein meals?
A: They are a food safe freezer paper.
Q: Do I need to use dishes to serve meals?
A: No, you can unwrap your Golomein after microwaving and enjoy right off the wrapper - no need for dishes.
Q: Where do you source your meat?
A: Our pork comes from Kim Fat Market who is in partnership the Hutterite colonies of Iron Creek Farms. Our beef comes from Real Deal Meats.
Q: How long do the meals keep for?
A: We recommend consuming the meals within 4 months of purchase. 3 days if thawed and refrigerated.
Q: How do I cook the meals in the microwave?
A: We recommend heating the frozen package from frozen for 5-6 minutes in the mircrowave on high. 3-4 minutes if thawed and refrigerated.
Q: Can the meals be cooked not using a microwave?
A: Yes, you can steam them in the package, unwrap and cook in a pan, or unwrap and bake in a casserole dish.
Q: Do you cater?
A: We offer 4-person or 8-person party platters available through our restaurant. They can be ordered for pickup or delivery. They are served as a fresh platter only. We do not provide any types of frozen platter options.
Q: What spices do you use to achieve that great taste?
A: We use a mixture of coriander, cumin, fennel and asian 5-spice but the actual recipe is an ancient chinese secret.
Q: What part of the world is Golomein from?
A: Golomein hails from Brunei which shares Borneo island with Malaysia