Having something to eat was the most pressing need many sought in this endlessly unbearable year caused mainly by the global pandemic, as it left thousands unemployed and some on the brink, unable to feed themselves and their families.

In an effort to bring food to the many people in need, three Good Samaritans opened their food stall to feed the needy and homeless who lack basic necessities, including, of course, food.


Nabindran Bora, Sanjay Jayashankar and Duncan Nages Scully opened their food stall called : Quarantine Home Food.

Photo credits: Malaysia Free Today (FMT)

Their food stall is in the heart of Sungai Pinang Food Court, Penang. Three impressive chefs in their twenties who worked at The Spice Kitchen now run the kitchen alone.

At the beginning and end of each working day, they humbly pray about the future of their small cafe, which opened on the 10th. February open, as well as their desire to feed the poor and homeless, pray.

Many people can’t afford a full meal, let alone the extra shipping costs when they order online. Therefore, our food is one of the cheapest in Penang. Delivery is also free for customers living within a 10 km radius.

The freeze imposed in January in response to the Covid 19 pandemic has had a negative impact on several industries. Not only did the trio have to take a pay cut, but they also had to work in the restaurant kitchen only three days a week.

Three friends, looking to supplement their meager income, gambled and started a quarantine kitchen for the family.

Photo credits: Malaysia Free Today (FMT)

Their most savory dish is the super affordable price for everyone. It is the cheapest restaurant in the entire state and has attracted a large number of customers who come there to eat their delectable dishes!

Meals start at RM4.50 and go up to RM6, which is great considering the large portions, whether you order meat or vegetarian dishes.

Their restaurant also has signature dishes prepared exclusively by the chefs for a wide range of customers and preferences!

Duncan, the youngest of the three, 21, has created his own sambal kitchen in their home. This recipe was passed down from his grandparents. It’s a country dish because his grandfather taught him how to make it when they lived in the country, incorporating the sweet, sour and salty flavors of the dish.

Photo credits: Malaysia Free Today (FMT)

If you want to perk your ears, try the spicy Nabindran Special Chicken. As a chef in his own restaurant in Sungai Petani, Spice Penang, using a wok and preparing delicious dishes has always been his natural skill!

It is definitely worth diving into the flavours of these special dishes if you ever visit this place in the Food Court of Sungai Pinang, Penang.

Driven by a desire to help the homeless and needy, their kitchen is never filled with leftovers. At the end of the day, the trio packs up all the meals and gives free food to the homeless in the neighborhood!

Photo credits: Malaysia Free Today (FMT)

The trio certainly touched the hearts of Malaysians with their genuine intention to help those in need.

Food quarantine for the house: Lebuh Sungai Pinang Jelutong 11600, Georgetown.

Opening hours : Daily: 12:00 – 15:30 hrs; 19:00 – 21:30 hrs

Contact : Sanjay on 017-460 3672.

Information source and image credit: Malaysia Free Today (FMT)

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