Haji Sharin Low Group of Restaurants open 26th Restaurant, There Is No Stopping Sharin Low

Haji Sharin Low Group of Restaurants open 26th Restaurant, There Is No Stopping Sharin Low

After eight years of owning and operating restaurants, Sharin Low Abdullah is more than ready to look for ways to expand his business.

With the opening of the 26th restaurant owned by his company, Haji Sharin Low Group of Restaurants, here today, there was no stopping him.

Sharin, who assumes the post of a director, now sets his sight on expanding the restaurant chain, specialising in Chinese Muslim foods, through joint ventures as he foresees a growing market.

"Malaysians of all races, not only Chinese, are fond off halal Chinese cuisines while Chinese travellers from all over the world will likely look for Chinese foods when they come to Malaysia," he said when met at the launch of the chain's 26th restaurant here today.

Sharin said Haji Sharin Low Group of Restaurants chain recorded a revenue of RM24 million last year, up RM2 million from the previous year.

"My family and I own only five of the restaurants, while the rest are own on a 50-50 partnership with local entrepreneurs. We are currently applying for halal certification from the Islamic Development Department," Sharin, who embraced Islam at the age of 21 said.

An investment in a restaurant would depend on its size and location, he said, adding that opening a restaurant in Kangar would cost about RM250,000.

On other ventures, Sharin said he and a former minister was planning to set up an institute to train halal cuisine chefs in Kuala Lumpur with an investment of between RM5 million and RM6 million.

The opening ceremony of the restaurant was graced by Raja of Perlis Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin Putra Jamalullail, who was accompanied by Raja Perempuan of Perlis Tuanku Fauziah Tengku Abdul Rashid.

Raja Muda of Perlis Tuanku Syed Faizuddin Putra Jamalullail and Raja Puan Muda of Perlis Tuanku Lailatul Shahreen Akashah Khalil were present.



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