Marrybrown, Malaysia’s most prominent homegrown halal Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) has officially made its debut in Australia with the opening of its first outlet.
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 various other menu items such as burgers, rice dishes, and desserts.
The launch marks a significant milestone for the brand as it continues to expand its international presence and bring its flavorful cuisine to new markets worldwide.
Marking its first entry into Australia since its inception back in 1981 with outlets spanning across 16 countries worldwide, Australians (and even Malaysians residing in Australia!) will be able to enjoy some of Marrybrown’s tantalising fares right in Burwood itself – strategically located nearby several universities.
Dato’ Joshua Liew, Chief Executive Officer of Marrybrown, said that Marrybrown’s commitment to quality and customer service would be reflected in those visiting the Burwood Shopping Centre outlet.
“We decided to open our first outlet at Burwood Shopping Centre because of the high concentration of students around this area. We want them to have delicious meals at their convenience and an affordable price,” said Liew.
“We are thrilled to bring Marrybrown’s unique flavours and hospitality to the Australian market with the opening of our first outlet.
“Our goal has always been to bring joy to people through good food, and we believe that our signature dishes, including our crispy chicken, will be a hit with Australian and Malaysian customers.
We are committed to providing our customers with a high-quality dining experience, and we look forward to welcoming them to our new location in Melbourne.”
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.
Marrybrown will also be unswerving to the company’s mission of bringing “something different” to its customers and being halal-compliant without compromising on quality food so that all walks of life can enjoy a mix of Western and Asian fare under one roof, especially in Melbourne where it’s known for being a gastronomic haven.