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Wednesday, 4 September 2019

McDonald's Malaysia Celebrates Being A Malaysian With Malaysian Nickname, MEKDI & Nasi Lemak McD

McDonald's Malaysia 
Celebrates Being A Malaysian With Malaysian Nickname
MEKDI & Nasi Lemak McD
Greetings from 'MEKDI'. In conjunction with the MERDEKA and MALAYSIA DAY celebration, McDonald's Malaysia is celebrating its 37 years of being Malaysian by embracing the name 'MEKDI', the localized nickname for McD.  




Affectionately given by Malaysians in short for McDonald's in Malaysia, the 'MEKDI' signage is now proudly displayed at the iconic McDonald's Bukit Bintang as McDonald's Malaysia celebrates being a Malaysian at heart for more than 3 decades in Malaysia.

 35 Years Ago -My Dating Place At MEKDI 

Auntie Lilly was feeling nostalgic to be back at McDonald's Bukit Bintang restaurant again, the first-ever McDonald's restaurant to open in Malaysia back in 1982. This was my regular dating place with my boyfriend and now hubby, Uncle Hong 35 years ago!


Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer of McDonald’s Malaysia, Melati Abdul Hai

“Over the past 37 years, Malaysians have helped make McDonald’s Malaysia the recognised brand that it is today. As a gesture of appreciation for their continuous support, we decided to embrace the Mekdi name Malaysians have affectionately given us, which is now synonymous with our brand,” said Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of McDonald’s Malaysia, Melati Abdul Hai.

(L-R) Melati Abdul Hai, Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of McDonald’s Malaysia & Eugene Lee, Marketing Director of McDonald’s Malaysia

To celebrate its Malaysian-ness with all things Malaysian this Merdeka month of August, McDonald's Malaysia is excited to introduce its own version of the popular delicacy ~ NASI LEMAK McD to honour one of Malaysia's all-time-favourite cuisine. 

 
 NASI LEMAK McD

NASI LEMAK McD comes complete with fragrant coconut milk rice, crispy anchovies, fresh slices of cucumber and a fried egg, topped with spicy sambal. Customers can also maximise their dining experience by adding on Ayam Goreng McD and a cup of Iced Lemon Tea.

Since opening its first store in Bukit Bintang in 1982, McDonald’s Malaysia is Malaysian at heart with an almost localised business - from its people, suppliers, franchisees, menu, community, and even charity initiatives in its 37 years of operations in Malaysia:
  • Localised Menu To Cater To Malaysian Taste Buds
  • Locally Sourced Ingredients
  • An All-Malaysian Workforce Restaurant (those directly owned by Gerbang Alaf Sdn Bhd)
  • Franchisees - 100% Malaysian
  • Grassroots Activities Focuses On Local Communities
  • Charity Efforts For Underprivileged Malaysian Children
Melati added, “While McDonald’s is one of the most renowned global brands, McDonald’s Malaysia prides itself in being a Malaysian company at heart. Our business focuses on Malaysians and understanding their needs, whether through our menu items, charity efforts, or nurturing our talent.”

Nasi Lemak Is My All-Time-Favourite Food To Eat

Cast Your Vote at Change.org

Oh yes, McDonald’s Malaysia is leading the charge in a nationwide petition on Change.org to recognise NASI LEMAK as the official NATIONAL DISH OF MALAYSIA, with a target of gathering 1 million signatures by Malaysia Day on 16 September. To be part of this movement, head over to http://chng.it/LDfjGDJsQs.

Foodies Meet Nasi Lemak McD
Posing With Naz Habibur Rahman, TV3's Foodie Show 'Jalan Jalan Cari Makan' Host

If you enjoy nasi lemak as much as I do, and I'm sure many of us as well, let's join forces and please support this delicious cause and cast your vote at Change.org.

Nasi Lemak McD is a permanent item of the menu and is now available 24 hours a day at all McDonald’s Malaysia restaurants nationwide. The Nasi Lemak McD set is priced at only RM 5.99 during breakfast hours and comes with an Iced Milo.

During regular hours, the Nasi Lemak McD set is available at RM 12.99 with 1 piece of Ayam Goreng McD and an Iced Lemon Tea, while it is RM 15.99 for 2 pieces of Ayam Goreng McD and an Iced Lemon Tea. 

For more details on McDonald’s exciting menu offerings this Merdeka month, swing by www.mcdonalds.com.my

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LOCATION OF MEKDI ~ MCDONALD'S BUKIT BINTANG

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