SOULed OUT Kota Kinabalu is taking its customers on a culinary journey around the world with its newly revamped menu that introduces a wide breadth of international flavors to the popular waterside hangout.
With a storied history of more than two decades in the Malaysian food scene, the SOULed OUT Group of restaurants is known for its SO Lip-Smacking Food that inspires returning regulars to recommend it to friends and family. As one of five SOULed OUT franchisees throughout Malaysia, SOULed OUT Kota Kinabalu welcomes more than 30 new additions to their menu as part of its continuous efforts to elevate the comfort food proposition on which the brand has been built.
“The additions to the menu are about inclusion and embracing diverse cuisines from around the world. We want to cater to a wider range of taste profiles, so no matter what you are in the mood for, you can get it at SOULed OUT Kota Kinabalu. We are excited about the new menu and proud of this longstanding, mutually beneficial partnership with franchise owners Anthony and Janet.” said Cassie Wong, Head of Marketing for the SOULed OUT Group.
From authentic yet elevated vegetarian classics like ‘Kakiage’ and ‘Eggplant Curry’, to modern takes on comfort food, including ‘Hokkien Mee’, ‘Beef Ragout Pasta’ and ‘Lamb Pie’, the new offerings bring a slew of the most iconic dishes from around the world to SOULed OUT.
On the SO Thirst-Quenching Drinks front, eight new playfully unique cocktails and non-alcoholic drinks like the adventurous ‘Jackfruit Mojito’ and quirky ‘Coco Pandan Smoothie’ will wet whistles and bring grins to the most jaded of beverage connoisseurs. For those with a sweet tooth, the new menu introduces six desserts with fanciful, pop-culture inspired names like ‘The Yoda’ and ‘Pink Panther’ which are guaranteed to be a hit among kids and grown-ups alike.
This revamps at SOULed OUT Kota Kinabalu marks the adoption of the new menu across all SOULed OUT outlets. Interested parties can call 088 275 922 / 016 829 9268 for reservations at SOULed OUT Kota Kinabalu.