Mohd Azizi (second from left) presenting an award to Original Penang Kayu Nasi Kandar owner and managing director Burhan Mohamed under the 24-hour restaurant category. Looking on are MBPJ Environment and Health department assistant director Mahzura Mohd Amin (left) and MBPJ councilor Ahmad Akhir Pawan Chik (right).
As A young boy, Burhan Mohamed used to wash the dishes while his dad made mee goreng from a push cart. When his father opened a stall in a Chinese restaurant in SS2, Burhan used to help out while learning how to cook his father’s famous dishes.
Thousands attended a Hari Raya Aidilfitri open house organised by Original Penang Kayu Nasi Kandar at its restaurant at Jalan SS 2/10, Petaling Jaya. Guests were treated to dishes such as nasi kandar, mee lontong, sizzling satay, nasi impit and kambing golek.
Levy move will retain flavour of nasi kandar, says owner
GEORGE TOWN: It will be easier for nasi kandar restaurant chains to preserve their flavours and special recipes with the easing of the extension levy for foreign workers who have been working in Malaysia for over 10 years.
With local fare being a hit among tourists, Malaysian restaurants look to woo an international crowd. Popular chain Original Penang Kayu Nasi Kandar celebrated the opening of its 10th outlet at the NU Sentral mall, frequented by tourists due to its transport hub location.
PETALING JAYA: It’s World Cup mania time again, and football fans are going to be spoilt for choice for a complete month. Eateries, especially mamak restaurants, have prepped for the sporting extravaganza, with some even going as far as rewiring their outlets to show the matches in full HD.
Kayu: The ‘original’ nasi kandar we can’t get enough of
Original Penang Kayu Nasi Kandar sets the record straight with honest food, immaculate record in quality and a faultless reputation that is forty-five years strong. Find out how Kayu got its name (the real story) and its pride in launching Penang’s best dish to the sky.
PETALING JAYA: Raise The Flag in creative patriotic style and stand to win 60 great prizes that include staycations and dining vouchers. Star Media Group’s Raise the Flag initiative invites readers to assemble the Jalur Gemilang included in today’s wrap and decorate the T-shirt template in the centrespread.
For Malaysians, it’s the little things that help embody patriotism
KUALA LUMPUR: Raising the flag is a good reminder of how to embody the spirit of the country in our everyday lives. Star Media Group’s Raise The Flag campaign has struck a chord with many Malaysians, who feel that we should celebrate what brings us together.