Restaurant chain’s ninth outlet opens in the Highlands


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THE Grand Imperial Group is now literally offering an enhanced dining experience with its ninth outlet in Genting Highlands.

Located at First World Plaza, the brand new Grand Imperial restaurant opened with a lion dance performance, followed by a groundbreaking ceremony by the group’s investors and business partners.

Managing Director Rand Cheung said the outlet was the first to combine two concepts: fine dining at the Grand Imperial Seafood Restaurant and casual dining at the Grand Imperial London Duck.

“Our gastronomic concept offers VIP customers exquisite choices such as abalone and local river fish.

“Of the 12,000 square feet (1,114 m²), 3,000 square feet is dedicated to the Grand Imperial London Duck, which caters to those looking for a more casual dining experience,” he said.

Cheung added that RM7mil had been invested in the Genting Highlands outlet, which has been in operation for six months.

“We cater to the different tastes of South East Asians who visit Genting Highlands and our restaurant.”

An auspicious lion dance performance marks the opening. – Photos: NGO SOON HIN / L’Étoile.

The restaurant seats up to 180 diners and includes five private dining rooms and a small ballroom.

The group also held a charity auction in conjunction with the launch to benefit Hua Lian High School in Taiping, Perak.

The auctioned items were donated by Grand Imperial, its Genting Highlands business partner, Double Win Group and other companies.

A total of 151,000 RM was collected at the auction. The group and Double Win contributed an additional 49,000 RM to reach the target of 200,000 RM.

Regarding the group’s future plans, Cheung said, “We hope to be listed on the stock exchange within three to five years.

“In July, we will be launching a point of sale at the Pavilion Kuala Lumpur and we also hope to expand to Singapore, Hong Kong and Macau. “

For more details, visit https://grandimperial.com.my/.

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