, Malaysia
K-Crunch Chicken Burger Combo, photo from marrybrown

Marrybrown rolls out K-crunch menu

The QSR is integrating Korean culture in its menu with a Malaysian twist.
 
Malaysian QSR Marrybrown announced its new K-Crunch Menu which is Korean-inspired cuisine with a Malaysian twist.
 


This October, Marrybrown will include in its menu a crispy chicken coated with Gangjeong sauce.

 
“Modern Korean culture has steadily gained momentum in Malaysia. From this wave, Malaysians have found their way of creating their own K-pop-related moments. Similar to how Malaysians love integrating Korean culture into their own, at Marrybrown, we’re also embracing the Hallyu wave in our food with our own Malaysian twist to make it extra inviting,” said Dato’ Joshua Liew, Marrybrown CEO.

 
Included in the menu is a two-piece K-Crunch Chicken combo accompanied by their french fries, and a K-Fizz drink infused with yuzu and passion fruit, priced from RM20.90. 

 
There is also a burger meal option with K-Crunch’s Chicken Burger combo served with a side of french fries and a K-Fizz drink priced from RM16.90.

 
The menu also has a Kimchi Rice Bowl combo with a starting price of RM13.10. Aside from this, Marrybrown also offers the K-Crunch Box Meal which is priced from RM26.50.
 

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