Malaysia’s Marrybrown to expand to Brunei

MarrybrownMarrybrown, Malaysia’ largest homegrown fast food chain, will expand to Brunei in 2014, said Franchise Division Manager Danny Tan according to a Bernama report.

The chain is already operating in 16 countries, including the United Arab Emirates, Maldives, China, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Saudi Arabia, India, Qatar and Bahrain.

“We are confident of the Brunei market and target to open six to 10 outlets there. Marrybrown gives priority to halal aspects, the response in Malaysia and other Muslim countries has been very encouraging, especially in Dubai,” he said.

Tan said since its establishment in Johor in 1981, the chain has expanded to 150 outlets nationwide, with five more to be opened by year-end – in Limbang, Sarawak; Dungun, Terengganu; Mydin Mall, Negeri Sembilan; Market Hall Pudu Central, Kuala Lumpur; and Kulai Jaya, Johor.

Tan said the company is hoping its newly introduced V Burger, with its crunchy deep fried ‘begedil’ potato patty, would be as popular as its fried chicken and rice offerings.



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Marrybrown, Malaysia' largest homegrown fast food chain, will expand to Brunei in 2014, said Franchise Division Manager Danny Tan according to a Bernama report. The chain is already operating in 16 countries, including the United Arab Emirates, Maldives, China, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Saudi Arabia, India, Qatar and Bahrain. "We are confident of the Brunei market and target to open six to 10 outlets there. Marrybrown gives priority to halal aspects, the response in Malaysia and other Muslim countries has been very encouraging, especially in Dubai," he said. Tan said since its establishment in Johor in 1981, the chain has...

MarrybrownMarrybrown, Malaysia’ largest homegrown fast food chain, will expand to Brunei in 2014, said Franchise Division Manager Danny Tan according to a Bernama report.

The chain is already operating in 16 countries, including the United Arab Emirates, Maldives, China, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Saudi Arabia, India, Qatar and Bahrain.

“We are confident of the Brunei market and target to open six to 10 outlets there. Marrybrown gives priority to halal aspects, the response in Malaysia and other Muslim countries has been very encouraging, especially in Dubai,” he said.

Tan said since its establishment in Johor in 1981, the chain has expanded to 150 outlets nationwide, with five more to be opened by year-end – in Limbang, Sarawak; Dungun, Terengganu; Mydin Mall, Negeri Sembilan; Market Hall Pudu Central, Kuala Lumpur; and Kulai Jaya, Johor.

Tan said the company is hoping its newly introduced V Burger, with its crunchy deep fried ‘begedil’ potato patty, would be as popular as its fried chicken and rice offerings.



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