Celebrating Indonesian Independence Day
Merdeka Menu at Happy Chappy Chinese
Let’s celebrate the Indonesian Independence Day with some real good Chinese food at Happy Chappy Chinese! Throughout this August, head on down to Happy Chappy Chinese Restaurant and savour popular Indonesian flavours with the restaurant’s new “Merdeka Menu”, Presenting the two-coloured Merah Putih Fried Rice, “Nasi Goreng Merah Putih” and the mouthwatering two-coloured Chinese steamed buns, “Bak Pao Merah Putih”. The Nasi Goreng Merah Putih is priced at 40K for the small portion and 65K for the large portion, while Bak Pao Merah Putih is priced at only 37K. The Merdeka Menu is available daily throughout the month of August.
Happy Chappy Chinese is Bali’s number 1 Chinese restaurant (as voted by thousands on TripAdvisor) and it truly lives up to its tagline; Real Good Chinese Food, no matter what day of the week it is. Whether at its outlet in Ubud or Seminyak, or its next brand new location, a meal at Happy Chappy is sure to give you everything that you’ve been craving for and more!
To make your reservations, please contact (+62) 361 474 1960, or call (+62) 361 474 956 for delivery services. For more information please visit www.happychappychinese.
Happy Chappy Chinese Seminyak
Jl. Beraban No.62 Seminyak Bali
Ph: +62 361 474 1960
Happy Chappy Chinese Ubud
Jl. Raya Ubud Bali
Ph: +62 361 620 333
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