Free Nasi Kandar Cheer For Lee Chong Wei @ Original Penang Kayu Nasi Kandar @ SS2 Outlet
Despite Datuk Lee Chong Wei getting Silver Medal in London 2012 Olympic, all the Malaysian and fans all over the world still very proud of him and supporting him!
Original Penang Kayu Nasi Kandar @ SS2 outlet, still giving out free meal plus a cordial drink.
It was not just a free meal enjoyed by the thousands Chong Wei‘s supporter who flocked to Original Penang Kayu Nasi Kandar @ SS2 but a way to celebrate national shuttler Datuk Lee Chong Wei‘s superb performance at the London 2012 Olympics during the Badminton Finals against Lin Dan!
Are you one of the supporter who queued up at Original Penang Kayu Nasi Kandar? 🙂
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Free nasi kandar still on the menu
PETALING JAYA: A free meal is still on the menu at Original Penang Kayu Nasi Kandar for Datuk Lee Chong Wei’s success in clinching a silver medal at the London 2012 Olympics badminton tournament.
Restaurateur Burhan Mohamed said he was still providing the free meal from 7pm to 10pm today at its SS2 outlet here because Chong Wei had made Malaysia proud.
“He is still our hero. He is still our champion,” said the managing director of the restaurant chain yesterday.
“There is no shame in getting an Olympic silver. He has done his best. I am going ahead with the free meal for my customers as a mark of respect and admiration for Lee Chong Wei.”
Customers would be treated to a set meal plus a cordial drink.
Earlier, the restaurant pledged to give free dinner to patrons at its outlet here if Chong Wei won the gold medal.
Burhan added that he felt that all Malaysians shared the same sentiment as he did.
Source : TheStar
Fans celebrate Chong Wei’s grit with free nasi kandar meal
PETALING JAYA: It was not just a free meal enjoyed by the thousands who flocked to Original Penang Kayu Nasi Kandar but a way to celebrate national shuttler Datuk Lee Chong Wei‘s brilliant performance at the London 2012 Olympics.
The delicious dinner set, promised by owner Burhan Mohamed, was a smash hit with people queuing up around the block for the steaming nasi briyani, ayam rendang, egg and an orange cordial drink.
Burhan said he had prepared dinner for 5,000 people.
“I think Chong Wei really did his best and he is still our hero,” he said, adding that all his outlets were packed as customers watched the match on Sunday night.
Worth the wait: People waiting patiently to have dinner at the Original Penang Kayu Nasi Kandar outlet in SS2, Petaling Jaya.
Lee had lost the fight for the Olympics gold medal against China’s Lin Dan.
Although Burhan had announced last week that he would host a free dinner for fans if Lee bagged the gold, he changed his mind after being wowed by Lee’s gritty performance despite suffering an ankle injury in May.
One of those who enjoyed the complimentary meal yesterday was Wan Nurfatin Megat. The 23-year-old said she had sent numerous encouraging Twitter messages to Lee.
“I told him that he had done his best, not to be sad and that we are really proud of him. He is number one to us,” she said, praising Burhan for his decision to celebrate Lee’s silver win with the free dinner.
Choo Jian Tatt, 18, said Lee was “amazing” because despite having to take painkillers for his injury, he had still performed well.
“For a guy who is not 100% fit, to be able to go against Super Dan‘ (Lin Dan’s nickname) like that, it was amazing,” said the fan.
S. Thiru, 43, said it was an even match, adding that Lee had played “a very good game”.
“And to bring all Malaysians together for the game, that is very good,” he said.
Earlier in Kuala Lumpur, Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai commended Lee on his performance.
“He is a hero to Malaysians as he has brought the country to a higher level and we are very proud of him,” he said after launching the “Promise Me 2012” campaign by the Truly Loving Company Sdn Bhd here yesterday.
Source : TheStar