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Marrybrown launches Japan-inspired menu

In the past year, Marrybrown said it incorporated various flavours from Korea, Thailand and Italy. 

Marrybrown launched a seasonal, Japan-inspired menu, centered around their new Teriyaki Wasabi flavour for their signature chicken.

Available until August 7, the Oishii Japan menu consists of a two-piece chicken meal, a burger, a rice bowl or a box set featuring one piece of chicken and a burger. A pink-coloured drink, named Sakura Fizz, accompanies some of the items.

In the past year, Marrybrown said it incorporated various flavours from Korea, Thailand and Italy. 

“Japan has a wide array of savoury, mouth-watering delicacies to warm your hearts. The characteristics of Japanese food can be rather similar to Malaysian cuisine, where they are tasty, fresh, well portioned, and unique in every of their dishes. That is why Malaysians are generally very receptive towards Japanese food and a comforting presence when consuming this cuisine,” said Dato’ Joshua Liew, Chief Executive Officer of Marrybrown.

Marrybrown said it currently serves millions of customers in more than 500 restaurants across 16 countries.

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