Marrybrown brings gastronomic adventure to Dubai’s World Expo 2020

MALAYSIA’S largest home-grown halal quick service restaurant chain, Marrybrown, has been appointed the official café operator of the Malaysian Pavilion at the World Expo 2020 which will be held in Dubai from Oct 1 till March 31, 2022.

Known for always introducing ‘something different’ throughout its 40 years of service, Marrybrown will be bringing Malaysia’s name and all that it represents on good food to this expo through their signature local delicacies such as Hidangan Kebanggaan Malaysia Nasi Lemak MB; Nasi Kari Ayam; Teh Tarik; crispy chicken and many more that are guaranteed to tantalise international taste buds as they have for Malaysians.

Currently celebrating its 40th anniversary, Marrybrown decided that in its 40th year of operations, it would like to bring its fans Around the World by introducing them delicacies from countries across the ocean while still catering to Malaysians’ taste bud.

“While Marrybrown has already been introduced in Dubai with some of our outlets thriving there, we are eager to have those visiting the café to indulge in Nasi Lemak MB, a dish that well represents Malaysians with its fragrant coconut rice mixed with authentic savoury MB-style sambal,” enthused Marrybrown’s CEO Datuk Joshua Liew.

Liew further noted that it is Marrybrown’s aim to let those in Dubai and from other participating countries in the Expo to experience Malaysia, especially in the current times when travelling to Malaysia (or anywhere else) has not been made possible yet.

Meanwhile, Malaysian Green Technology and Climate Change Centre (MGTC) CEO Shamsul Bahar Mohd Nor said the Malaysia Pavilion is incredibly happy to have Marrybrown as its café operator to represent the Malaysian identity.

“Marrybrown is a shining example of a Malaysian business which pioneered fast-food chain franchising in Malaysia and went on to successfully spread its wings globally,”  said Shamsul Bahar whose MGTC is the implementing agency of Expo 2020 Dubai.

Located between the Sustainability District and Mobility District at the 438-hectare expo site, the Malaysia Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai is designed as a “Rainforest Canopy” and themed Energising Sustainability.

The pavilion will house segments for permanent display and showcases, a business centre, an amphitheatre and retail and café areas. – June 15, 2021

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