Sailing all the way from the Land of Smiles and making its first stop in Empire Damansara, Boat Noodle is inviting all Malaysians to double the cheer of New Year by dining at any of the 7 outlets throughout Malaysia from 26 December 2014 to 10 January 2015.

During this period, Boat Noodle pledges to donate RM 0.20 from each bowl and channel the proceeds to the welfare homes namely Pertubuhan Kebajikan Anak Yatim Mary, Rumah Amal Limpahan Kasih and Agathians Shelter Home with the aim to provide the basic necessities to the children, be it food, school fees, tuition or etc while, taking this opportunity to also educate and expose the children to some of Thailand’s unique culture and cuisine.

In support of this initiative, the diners will be rewarded with a special edition of Boat Noodle sticker.
“We are indeed very happy and grateful that Boat Noodle has received overwhelming response from the public ever since we put our first footprint in Klang Valley last year. This recognition has further encouraged us to give the best out of the best to the locals and tourists alike, whether in terms of food quality, service or our commitment to the society; in light of this, we would like to give back to the society by raising at least RM 15, 000 to help the needy homes especially in ushering the great New Year,” said Tony Lim, Executive Director of Boat Noodle.

Originally inspired and served on wooden boats that ply the canals, Boat Noodle is a popular street food in Bangkok where the serving consists of glass noodle and a dark, well-seasoned broth from either beef or chicken stock.

“Adding another cap under Malaysia’s well-known forte for being the food paradise, we are proud to be the first to bring in the authentic taste of Boat Noodle to Malaysians” added Lim. “With the new year ahead, we are geared to continue to stir a sweet and spicy storm, giving a different level of dining experience with a new array of exquisite Thai cuisine to locals and tourists alike.”

To support the initiative hosted by Boat Noodle, members of the public can simply dine in at any of Boat Noodle outlets in Malaysia, which are strategically located at Empire Damansara, The School at Jaya One, Ikon Cheras, Publika, Sutera Mall at Johor Bahru, Gamuda Walk at Kota Kemuning and Klang Parade.
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