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Marrybrown opens first restaurant in Australia

The brand is one of the largest halal quick-service restaurants in Malaysia.

The popular Malaysian restaurant Marrybrown has landed in Australia.

Its first restaurant is located in Burwood. The new restaurant will offer customers a taste of Marrybrown’s unique blend of Malaysian and Western flavours, including its famous crispy chicken and a variety of other menu items such as burgers, rice dishes, and desserts. 

The launch marks an important milestone for the brand as it continues to expand its international presence and bring its flavorful cuisine to new markets around the world.

“We’ve decided to open our first outlet at Burwood Shopping Centre because of the high concentration of students living around this area. We want for them to have delicious meals at their convenience and at an affordable price,” Dato' Joshua Liew, CEO of Marrybrown.

Apart from its standard MB menu items such as burgers and crispy chicken to be served, Marrybrown will also be offering some local Malaysian delights such as Curry Rice, Fried Rice with MB Crispy Chicken and Nasi Lemak for folks who may be craving some authentic Malaysian fare.

The new opening coincides with Marrybrown’s expansion plans. It also plans to open 100 new outlets in Malaysia within the next three years.

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