Marrybrown is a Malaysian owned fast food franchise which isn't as popular as the usual KFC or Mcdonalds but have been around the local scene for quite some time now. They serve a localized fare of fried chicken, chicken porridge, nasi lemak, burgers and more. Anyway this post would be my take on Marrybrown's branch in First World Plaza, Genting Highlands.
|Marrybrown Genting Highlands|
First World Plaza,
Part of the reason how I ended up in a fast food restaurant on the first night I was up in Genting Highlands the other day was the fact that I arrived way past midnight. Walking around Genting, there weren't much choices for hot food as most eateries were already closed for the night. This was when I stumbled upon Marrybrown with it's "Open 24hours" sign, with the promise of offering hot freshly prepared food. It was indeed a welcome sight on a cold night.
|Marrybrown with its "open door" concept|
Since it was already late, we did not order a heavy meal but something light which consisted of their signature dish the Marrybrown Nasi Lemak, some porridge, and a Fish & Chips set to share. Check out below on what we had that night.
|#1 Chicken Porridge|
|#2 Marrybrown Nasi Lemak|
|#3 Fish and Chips|
|#4 Soft drink included|
There's nothing much to shout about in terms of the food, and I was surprised at the size of the fried chicken drumstick which came with the nasi lemak. It looked like it shrunk during the cooking process. The porridge was hot and tasted good though, and so was the fish and chips. For a price of around RM12 per set with drinks included, it's not too cheap but we all know food prices in Genting Highlands are always overpriced to begin with.
|The wall design which tempted me to get the fried chicken in the first place.|
An affordable yet satisfying meal at close to 2am in the morning. I was just thankful that they still had restaurants serving hot food this late at night, or early in the morning, depending on how you look at it. I should also mention, by showing your Genting Worldcard, you're able to obtain a 10% discount off your total bill.
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