SHAH ALAM, May 28 (Bernama) -- Restoran Sekinchan Ikan Bakar Sdn Bhd (RSIB),
which operates 14 outlets in the Klang Valley, plans to spread its wings to
Indonesia in August.
Founder and owner, Datuk Jamal Md Yunos, said the restaurant should open for
business before the fasting month in South Jakarta.
Speaking at the opening of his 14th outlet in Section 7, Shah Alam, by
Agriculture and Agro-based Industries Minister, Datuk Seri Noh Omar, here last
night, he said three new restaurants would open for business, one each in Ampang
Waterfront Kuala Lumpur, Johor and Ipoh in the next two months.
He also said RSIB was building another restaurant and a 100-room chalet in
Bagan Sekinchan, expected to operate before the fasting month, to offer
residents there a taste of Malay seafood.
Jamal planned to open a chain of 30 restaurants this year with each costing
Meanwhile, Noh said the opening of chain restaurants would offer gainful
employment for youths and a ready market for fishermen in the state.
He was confident youths employed by the restaurant could, with the right
training and exposure, become good entrepreneurs themselves one day.