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Marrybrown expands to Singapore

Oct 15, 2015


Malaysia’s Marrybrown has opened its first restaurant in Singapore.

Marrybrown Singapore has made its debut at the iFly in Sentosa and is the first of a network of 20 stores planned for the city lover the next five years.

Founded in 1981 and the first Malaysian fast food chain to franchise its business system, the company now boasts 350 outlets. It began serving fried chicken, burgers, finger food, desserts and drinks – all halal – and has now expanded its offer to include local food such as seafood and rice based meals, noodles and the famous Malay dish nasi lemak (sold as Nasi Marrybrown).

Marrybrown has more than 130 restaurants in Malaysia with the balance overseas, including in China and India. It is expected to open its first outlet in Yangon, Myanmar soon.

Marrybrown CEO Dato Joshua Liew said many Singaporeans love delicious food, especially Malaysian food.

“We are proud to open in Singapore and we attribute this success to our unique food culture that tempts the tastebuds of many consumers.”

Source: insideretail.asia

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