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Ever thought of delicious, mouth-watering food that was served you in a recent flight that you took? Did you ever crave for it but settled for a KFC or McDonald or another fast food joint?

Air Asia, under the Brand name Santan and T&CO, has launched its first restaurant, serving Asean fast food and coffee with affordable prices at Mid Valley Megamall in Kuala Lumpur.

According to Catherin Goh, General Manager at Santan and T&CO, opening up of the restaurant comes at the back drop of significant increase appetite for in-flight meals.

Company eyes at opening at least five owned restaurants by end of 2020, and 100 franchised restaurants withing next three to five years.

Restaurant will be offering Asean delights and popular favourites for only RM12, foodies can now indulge in Pak Nasser’s Nasi Lemak and Uncle Chin’s Chicken Rice on-ground as well as other dishes inspired by popular Asean cuisines such as Pineapple Fish Noodle from Cambodia, Chicken Inasal with Garlic Rice from the Philippines, in addition to Asean-sourced coffee and tea, snacks and desserts inspired by local flavours such as the Nasi Lemak Quinoa Wrap and Onde-Onde Cake.

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