Nasi Bantal anyone ?V. Sivaji | July 29, 2020 | 0 | Live , Travel , Travel Buzz
If you are a “true blue” lover of nasi kandar, you have to try out the newly created “nasi bantal” available at the Bayview Hotel Georgetown Penang.
Created with much finesse, diners have a choice of nasi bantai chicken or nasi bantal beef with piping hot curry, special sauces, ladies finger and boiled eggs priced at RM8 (chicken) or RM9 (beef).
For the uninitiated, “bantal” is a Malay word meaning a pillow so literally meaning that once you have had the meal, the satisfaction will put you to a good sleep.
“We came up with the idea to serve tasty, quality and affordable nasi kandar cooked by our team of Malay chefs led by chef Tony Tan.
“The response has been tremendous so far with many opting to take away to enjoy the meals in the comfort of their homes or their offices.
“What more, we also have authentic Penang assam laksa and chicken pie which is a hit among lady guests and others,” said Food & Beverage Manager Zainal Amri.
The Penang assam laksa costs RM8.50 per serving while the chicken pie is RM4.00 each.
The dine in (of course with social distancing and other SOP) or takeaway meals are available from 11.30am to 2.30pm. Call 04-263 3161 ext 246 for details or placing your orders.
In the meantime, the East-All-You-Can promo on every Sundays from 12pm to 2.30pm is back by popular demand offering local / Penang and international cuisine.
Prices for adults are RM39 nett, senior citizens (above 60) are RM35 and children (6 to 12 years-old) are RM15.