Burger King Launches RM5 Menu Rahmah Combo Meals

Malaysians can now get a burger and a bottle of mineral water for only RM5!

Cover image via Burger King Malaysia (Facebook) & burgerking_malaysia (Instagram)

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Last Friday, 10 February, Burger King Malaysia announced new Menu Rahmah combos on their Facebook page

Burger King has become the first major fast-food chain in Malaysia to join the Menu Rahmah initiative.

In the post, the burger company stated that the Menu Rahmah combos were an act of support towards the initiative, and now Malaysians get to enjoy a choice of burger and a bottle of mineral water for RM5.

Customers are able to choose between the BK Chick'N Crisp or Cheesy Beef burger to go with their order. The menu will be available all day long and is offered at most branches throughout West Malaysia.

Many locals have expressed their gratitude towards the fast food chain in the comment section of the viral post

Facebook users praised them for their efforts in lightening the burden of the low-income households.

"I love Burger King, you're the best," opined a user.

A user went as far to comment that Burger King has "won the hearts of Malaysians" with their new deal.

However, there were some that felt the deal could be made better by offering fries instead of mineral water.

"(You) should add fries to that RM5 (combo). (We can) drink our own water at home or in the office," commented a user.

Meanwhile, the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Cost of Living (KPDN) is also planning to develop a special app for Menu Rahmah

According to Free Malaysia Today, the Menu Rahmah app will make it easier for locals to find places offering RM5 food items near them.

Minister Datuk Seri Salahuddin Ayub said the app would display locations and include specific times to get Menu Rahmah options.

It is reported that the app is currently being developed and will be released soon.

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The Menu Rahmah initiative is aimed to relieve the burden on low-income households, and Malaysians are loving it:

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