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NZ's first PappaRIch Express restaurant comes to Manukau

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New Zealand’s first PappaRich Express restaurant has opened at the new Manukau bus station. PappaRich Express offers passengers and locals fresh, delicious and authentic Malaysian food.

"Our Malaysian delights are perfect for a quick meal on the way to work or study, or a tasty take-away at the end of the day," says Steven Loh, Managing Director of PappaRich New Zealand.

The PappaRich Express outlet will have a condensed version menu to accommodate the fast - paced environment that is available in full-scale PappaRich restaurants in the Auckland CBD, Sylvia Park and Wellington.

The PappaRich restaurant chain has built an international reputation providing the finest Malaysian food. The menu captures the diverse South East Asian cuisine with a fusion of Malay, Indian and Chinese influences.

Typical PappaRich dishes such as the Nasi Lemak, Char Koay Teow and Hainanese Steamed Chicken on Rice have become firm favourites with Kiwi diners. For those who prefer something soupy for winter, there are treats such as Curry Laksa.

While PappaRich Express focuses on takeout, limited seating is available for customers who would like to dine in.

PappaRich Manukau Express is located at the new Manukau Bus Station, on Putney Way, in the street block between Davies Avenue and Osterley Way.

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