Fast food chain brings out a truly Malaysian brekkie


KFC Breakfast Sambal Rice Bowl features all favourite flavours of Malaysians from only RM5.90

In the spirit of Malaysia Day, KFC joins all Malaysians in commemorating this month of unity with a locally inspired breakfast meal – the KFC Breakfast Sambal Rice Bowl.

A breakfast specially made for Malaysians, it features a flavourful mix of Malaysian and KFC favourites – savoury sambal, Colonel rice, Zinger chunks, freshly diced cucumbers and a sunny side-up egg – all in a bowl.

“As Malaysians celebrate yet another year journeying together as a nation, we are pleased to present our KFC Breakfast Sambal Rice Bowl paired with the favourite iced Milo to add to celebrations,” said KFC Malaysia senior vice-president Ling Mee Jiuan.

“Our Breakfast Sambal Rice Bowl makes for the perfect start to your morning routine.

“It not only offers a balanced and tasty meal, it also helps to beat the morning rush with its easy-to-eat bowl format.”

From only RM5.90 for a la carte, KFC Breakfast Sambal Rice Bowl is the latest addition to the KFC Breakfast menu offerings that consists of burgers, wraps, porridges and rice platters.

The Weekday Treats, which comes with a refreshing cup of iced Milo to complement the rice bowl, is now available at a limited time value offer of only RM7.90.

Available at selected KFC Breakfast restaurants in Malaysia.

For details, visit breakfast.kfc.com.my

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