MyTown is ready to bring you the best of Asian street food with the latest roll-out of its best-selling dishes.
The Brunei-based franchise is currently promoting its spicy Penang kway teow, tossed with shrimp, clams, crispy chicken skin, and topped with a perfectly-cooked fried egg for just $4.50.
One of their other best-sellers is the Seria kolo mee, a halal version of the famous Belait dish. The silky egg noodles are tossed in MyTown’s special soy-sauce based kuah, or gravy, and served with minced chicken and a sprinkling of spring onions. For just $3.50, the dish also comes with complimentary coffee or tea.
Frederick Milin, group brand manager at MyTown, said the restaurant will be celebrating its third anniversary this year, and is committed to bring the best value-for-money dishes from their kitchen.
“We have two branches now in Batu Satu and and Kuala Belait, which can seat 120 people each,” he said. “We are determined to draw in as much influence from this multicultural region to reinvent, enhance and transform Asian cuisine.”
MyTown has also proven to be a popular breakfast spot for locals, with their freshly-baked buns and pastries often running out by lunchtime. The best-selling baked chicken curry puff blends spicy flavour notes with potatoes, egg and shredded chicken.
They also serve buttermilk buns, peanut buns, coffee milk buns, as well as baked Portuguese egg tarts.