HUGO BOSS continues with #BOSSTOGETHERMY campaign, this time partnering with Siti Li Dining in BOSS X SitiLi.

#BOSSTOGETHERMY is a series of gastronomical collaborations with different local food & beverage (F&B) partners in support of the local businesses and the community during this period.

Each partnership will feature a BOSS Exclusive menu that will be available for order through the F&B partner’s platform for a limited period of time. From the sales, 10% of the proceeds from this menu will be donated to The Lost Food Project, co-funded between BOSS and the F&B partner.

The Lost Food Project
The Lost Food Project volunteers helping to sort out and distribute excess veggies they collected from partner eateries

The Lost Food Project is a non-profit organisation and Malaysia’s leading food bank dedicated to rescuing quality, nutritious food that would otherwise end up in landfill, and redistributes this food and other essential items to those who need it most – regardless of religion, gender, age, disability or ethnic group.

The second edition of #BOSSTOGETHERMY sees a partnership between BOSS and Siti Li Dining, owned by the talented female duo Siti Kader and Shareen Ramli. Not merely a restaurant, Siti Li Dining is a Specialty Store offering classic Malay cuisine and has fast become a community space where guests can enjoy the appreciation for the classic essence of Malay cooking and warmth of the Malaysian sharing culture.

Celebrating 20 years of BOSS Womenswear and the 2nd year anniversary of Siti Li Dining, this partnership is meant to celebrate women. In conjunction with this celebration, BOSS and Siti Li will be co-hosting an appreciation luncheon to honor our everyday female heroes in recognition for their tireless dedication.

With every order of this menu during this period, customers will receive a uniquely printed traditional batik Siti Li napkins and a RM100 BOSS Voucher. This exclusive lunch menu that caters for two pax is priced at RM200++. This is available for dine-in (only up to two pax, as per current SOPs) and delivery from now till 31 October, 2020.

“This month, we pay homage to the strength, passion and tenacity of the women who made it all possible in celebration of BOSS Womenswear’s 20th anniversary. The collaboration with Siti Li Dining comes at a timely moment. Especially in times of crisis, it is important to show solidarity and support. We take our commitment towards supporting local community seriously and we are proud to share that our BOSSTOGETHER initiative has grown regionally and will continue to do so.” says Steven Lam, Managing Director of HUGO BOSS South East Asia Pte Ltd.

“We look forward to women supporting women; a calling that most forge with an innate instinct to persevere and maternally nurture when there is need. We hope that the love and commitment we have for our industry comes through with the help of the BOSS team. Sharing is in our blood and Siti Li’s ethos. In sharing the strive in ensuring our community survives, we are proud to present you the essence of sharing berhidang orang Melayu in our collaboration with BOSS.” says Siti and Shareen of Siti Li Dining.

The menu this time around features starters of a choice of cucur served with corn, alongside tapioca crakers served with sambal. Then diners get to pick two mains from a choice of three: Nasi Lemak Berhidang, Nasi Briyani Berhidang and Siti Li’s Laksa Johor Ikan Parang. And finally cap it off with dessert – a choice between the restaurant’s renowned Cekodok Comel or Cempedak cake. All this on top of having two drink options as well.

Boss x Sitili
Dinners get to choose two drink options as well as their choice of dessert, either the Cekodok Comel or Kek Cempedak

You could share the joy with your friends and family to experience this exclusive menu at the establishment or if you would like to pay it forward and surprise someone with this exclusive menu to be delivered as well.

What are you waiting for? Indulge for a cause.

written by.
Aaron Pereira
Digital Editor
This fine chocolate man, (that is a connoisseur of fine chocolates) prefers real-life conversations and living off-screen, but is slowly and surely embracing the digital, search engine optimised life.

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