Hey Bae, Would You Marry Me?

by | Last updated Jul 24, 2020 | Published on Sep 20, 2017 | Article, Biography, I Say

Yes I do! To #BAE & maerry:me!

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Some of the food and drinks that #BAE & maerry:me offer

“Hey BAE, welcome to BAE, would you maerry:me?” is the catchy greetings you will get when you visit #BAE & maerry:me which has just popped up recently at Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur. Getting pretty curious about their new food and beverage concept where 2 brands merged together to form 1 single cafe. Eventually my curiosity got us into having an interesting conversation and I had a great opportunity to do a brief interview with Julius Ng, one of the 7 founder of the #BAE & maerry:me to find out about their ideas as well as their innovative approach with our local Malaysian delicacies!

Check it out the video below to find out how did it all begins…


RM2.50 per plate is indeed a daring take

satay daging

#BAE Beef Satay with Australian Beef

#BAE Chicken Satay with Chicken Thigh

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#BAE Nasi Lemak

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#BAE Sambal Fried Rice

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#BAE Mee Kuah Ketam

asam laksa

#BAE Assam Laksa

malay tomato chicken

Ayam Masak Merah

Ayam Masak Bali

#BAE & maerry:me (CLOSED)

6, Jalan Telawi 4,
Kuala Lumpur
03 – 2201 8288


What I Say…

Indeed they have exciting ideas and concept to promote the Malaysian delicacies through innovative approach. Never have I seen any other took such a bold steps in their marketing strategy and I really love their spirits in delivering the Malaysian delicacies to the public in an unique way. It is really too early to say anything for now but I do believe #BAE and maerry:me existed in a positive way which gives a whole new ideas and inspiration towards the local Malaysian delicacies.

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