Cooking for a cause: Restaurants in Malaysia that feed more than the soul

cookingforacauseThankful that my idea for this feature was given the green light. This holiday season, don’t forget to give thanks for the spread that lays before you; not everyone sups on three square meals a day. If you opt to eat out, why not visit one of these restaurants that give back to various communities? Find out more about the fried chicken joint that employs underprivileged youth and the cafe in Ipoh that trains kids with learning disabilities. Big-hearted business are more bountiful than we think.

Pick up a copy of Time Out Malaysia Kids from your nearest newsstand or purchase a copy online.

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