There was a good turnout at the Deepavali open house hosted by McCurry Restaurant (KL) Sdn Bhd at its outlet at 1st mile, Jalan Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur on Friday 30th October 2009. It was a joyous affair with guests helping themselves to a sumptuous spread of mouth-watering delicacies like chicken 65, tandoori chicken, lamp chops, spicy mutton, naan bread and various other buffet dishes.
Later, at a press conference attended by the main stream media, the restaurant’s owner and managing director A.M.S.P. Suppiah announced that McCurry was in serious talk with potential investors with the expertise, experience and the right team to assist in McCurry's expansion locally and internationally.
“We’ve had over 50 enquiries from 21 countries seeking possible collaboration. Serious investors have called from Germany, Singapore, Hong Kong, India, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Italy and East Malaysia. Even locally, there is undoubtedly much room for growth for a “halal certified restaurant” of international standing, explained Suppiah.
“At McCurry, we aspire to be a truly Malaysian home-grown brand, which makes its mark internationally. There are huge tasks and opportunities ahead, and I am definitely on the look-out for a Strategic Partner who would be able to take McCurry Restaurants from strength to strength and to the next level” elaborated Suppiah.
Interested parties are welcome to write to Suppiah at email@example.com or visit the company’s website http://www.mccurryrecipe.com/
Gracious host: McCurry Restaurant (KL) Sdn Bhd owner and managing director A.M.S.P. Suppiah (above) in a celebratory mood at McCurry's Deepavali open house.
Delicious fare: Guests helping themselves at the buffet table.
McCurry Restaurant owner and managing director A.M.S.P. Suppiah attending to guests at McCurry's Deepavali open house.
McCurry Restaurant owner and managing director A.M.S.P. Suppiah (1st from left) serving food to his guests.
McCurry lawyer Sri Devi Nair (right) is Suppiah's special guest.
McCurry Restaurant owner and managing director A.M.S.P. Suppiah (centre) with his guests at McCurry's Deepavali open house.