Melaka college launches new Menu Rahmah with multiple dishes

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 31 May 2023

Annadurai (blue shirt) and Accelskill's education consultant Lai Kai Earn looking at the servings offered to the public.

MELAKA: A private college at Jalan Hang Tuah here is offering affordable meals with multiple dishes to the public with a slogan - "Now, everyone can makan".

Accelskill Academy’s CEO K. Annadurai said the menu contained multiple dishes of vegetables and meat servings including drinks that cost RM7.

"The servings are not limited to a few dishes and it’s prepared by a multiracial culinary team led by lecturer Shahrul Nizam Ahmad,” he said when met here on Wednesday (May 31).

Anandurai said the college first started "Menu Rahmah," earlier this year but decided to rename the initiative to ensure that the menu came complete with all the macronutrients, namely protein and other nutrients.

"We have made sure that the menu has nutritious energy and provided enough calories," he said.

Annadurai said students of culinary art courses at the college prepare the dishes before serving to the public.

He said the menu was currently served during breakfast and lunch while the college was also looking into extending the servings at dinner time.

"Our aim is to introduce a balanced meal concept to the locals and the menu is consumable by all races," he added.

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