Sunda Restaurant Distributes Hundreds of Meals to Those in Need During Shutdown

Sunda New Asian recently launched #SundaService, a program designed to distribute nourishing meals and relief, to those who have lost their jobs, children who are in need of food, medical workers, and others challenged by the global shutdown in the Nashville community (and Chicago).

“Sunda opened over a decade ago in Chicago during the 2008/2009 financial crisis that caused a lot of hardship and support needed. Our Southeast Asian roots made it natural to reach out and help through comfort food we grew up on, and we have been actively philanthropic and giving to our communities ever since,” says Billy Dec, CEO & Founder of Sunda.

By engaging a national foundation and collaborating with local non-profits like, People Loving Nashville, the #SundaService program has had the ability to provide 100 meals a week to those most in need.

These meals, made with love by the Sunda Family and powered by Dec’s new creative agency, COACT, are geared towards providing comfort and are rooted in Sunda’s Southeast Asian background. Past meals have included Green Curry Chicken, Adobo Chicken and Rice, and Basil Chicken.

For more information about the #SundaService program and how you can get involved, visit https://SundaNewAsian.com/Service.

With locations in both Chicago and Nashville, Sunda New Asian is an award-winning concept featuring modern Southeast Asian cuisine and experiences. By seamlessly melding elevated cooking techniques and flavors found throughout Asia, Sunda’s extensive cross-cultural Asian menu spans many cultures and price points, allowing guests to choose the dining experience they desire. Sunda also provides an impressive list of specialty cocktails, Asian beers and red, white and sparkling wines to complement the cuisine. For more information, visit https://SundaNewAsian.com.