Kedah Eatery Serves ‘Menu Sanusi’ To Help Those In Need Where Dishes Cost Only RM1!

In the midst of bustling Kedah, a touching initiative is making waves, offering not only delicious food but also a sense of community and care. While Menu Rahmah has already won hearts among customers and business owners since its launch, another special menu is now on the scene.

According to a report from Sinar Harian, a restaurant in Kedah has rolled out the 'Menu Sanusi,' featuring a range of dishes, each priced at just RM1. 

kedah eatery serves ‘menu sanusi’ to help those in need where dishes cost only rm1!Photo via Sinar Harian

The owner, Nur Ezzeanni Abdullah, shared that they've been offering RM1 menus even before the COVID-19 pandemic. But what's new is the branding – they decided to call it the Sanusi Menu in honor of the recent victory of Kedah Menteri Besar, Datuk Seri Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor, in the Kedah State Election (PRN).

The menu includes a variety of wallet-friendly options like curry noodles, laksa, kuey teow, spicy fried chicken, soy sauce chicken, rose chicken, chicken rendang, and more. Nur Ezzeanni explained that they rotate the options daily, so there's always something different to try.

With a simple yet heartfelt approach, Nur Ezzeanni wants Menu Sanusi to be associated with affordable and delicious food, as well as a sense of community. "When people hear about Menu Sanusi, I want them to think of good food that doesn't cost a lot," she said.

kedah eatery serves ‘menu sanusi’ to help those in need where dishes cost only rm1!Photo via Sinar Harian

Running the restaurant for 17 years, Nur Ezzeanni sees this initiative as a way to give back rather than just a business venture. She believes that it's a chance to indirectly help the community, especially those like rubber tappers who often have tighter budgets. "We don't see it as a loss; instead, it's a way to support our neighbors," she emphasized.

In a world where prices often rise, the 'Menu Sanusi' stands as a heartwarming reminder that kindness and affordability can go hand in hand.

Through the efforts of Nur Ezzeanni and her team, a simple RM1 meal is making a big difference, not just in satisfying appetites, but in nourishing the spirit of unity and compassion.