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Old October 11th, 2013, 03:58 AM   #61
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Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ Restaurant opens 2nd outlet in Malaysia
October 10, 2013 | Source: https://www.facebook.com/GyuKakuMalaysia

The brand plans to open 10 outlets in Malaysia.



1st outlet: Eat Paradise @ Isetan 1 Utama
2nd outlet: Publika Mall, Solaris Dutamas



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Published: Monday April 28, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Monday April 28, 2014 MYT 6:51:21 AM

KL picked as Darden's Asia-Pacific headquarters


Bill Herzig, Senior Vice President of Darden Restaurants and President of Darden Aquafarms


KUALA LUMPUR: InvestKL landed one of its biggest coups in convincing Darden Restaurants Inc to choose South-East Asia’s regional headquarters (RHQ) hub, Kuala Lumpur, as its RHQ, thereby making the Malaysian capital city its Asia-Pacific restaurant headquarters.

A Fortune 500 company headquartered in Orlando, Florida, Darden Restaurants operates over 2,000 restaurants in North America and has more than 200,000 employees. It is one of the largest full-service restaurant companies in the world. In recent years, it has expanded overseas and has a presence in the Middle East in countries such as Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Japan.

The agreement to set up regional headquarters in Kuala Lumpur follows on the heels of the announcement in 2012 that a subsidiary of Darden Restaurants, Darden Aquasciences Sdn Bhd, is setting up an integrated lobster aquaculture park (iLAP) in Semporna, Sabah. This is a joint venture between Darden Aquasciences and two Malaysian companies, Ever Nexus Sustainable Seafood Sdn Bhd and Inno Fisheries Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Yayasan Sabah Group.

The iLAP project was facilitated by InvestKL, Malaysian Investment Development Authority (Mida), Biotech Corp and Yayasan Sabah.





Darden Restaurants will make Kuala Lumpur its Asia-Pacific headquarters from which it will expand to South-East Asia and the Far East. It was two cities – Singapore and Kuala Lumpur – that were being considered for its headquarters. Bill Herzig, senior vice-president of Darden Restaurants and president of Darden Aquafarms, a wholly owned subsidiary of Darden Restaurants Inc, had always been impressed by Malaysia and Kuala Lumpur in all the years he had travelled for business in this part of the world and knew of the huge potential in the country.

But others in the company had to be convinced. What finally tipped the scale to Kuala Lumpur was the presentation by InvestKL led by its CEO Zainal Amanshah, who made a trip to the company’s headquarters in Orlando with his team.

“Zainal shared the plans for Greater KL and the structures that were put into place. He and his team convinced us that what we needed was in Kuala Lumpur and in Malaysia,” reveals Herzig.

Since commencing operations in June 2011, InvestKL has been instrumental in getting many MNCs from the United States and from around the world to set up their regional headquarters (RHQ) in Malaysia.

In 2011, it attracted six, in 2012 11 and in 2013 15, bringing the total of MNCs to 32 and with an investment value of more than RM2bil. Along the way, these 32 confirmed MNC investments are creating 6,239 high-skilled jobs. With these numbers, InvestKL is on track to meet its target of drawing 100 Fortune 500 and Forbes 2000 MNCs to set up their RHQs in Greater Kuala Lumpur by 2020.

Lobster aquaculture park

Besides its presence in the F&B scene, Darden is also making a huge investment of RM1bil in iLAP. The iLAP will cover 9,300 ha out of which 6,000 ha will be used for commercial lobster farming; 700 ha will be for research, development, training and a demonstration farm; and 2,600 ha will be used for the production of mussels. The project will have its own hatchery to produce its own seedstock instead of capturing wild juveniles to use as seedstock, as it is done in other lobster farming projects in South-East Asia. The first lobsters from the farm are expected to roll out in 2017.

The project is expected to create 14,000 jobs by 2022 and 20,000 jobs by 2029 once the farm reaches full capacity. The jobs created cover a wide range of skills ranging from very highly skilled such as PhD and Masters-level scientists and engineers to skilled workers such as aquaculture specialists and aquaculture technicians and semi-skilled workers.

Once iLAP reaches full capacity, the projected annual sales of the lobster is expected to be RM3bil. All the lobster produced will be bought by Darden for use in its chain of famous restaurants such as Red Lobster, Olive Garden and LongHouse Steakhouse in Asia.

The company would not have decided on its huge investment in Malaysia if not for ETP and Invest KL, says Herzig.



The lure of Malaysia

The company first started looking at the possibility of lobster aquaculture 10 years ago. Over 7% of the world’s supply of cold water and warm lobsters are bought by Darden, and “our food bill for seafood a year is US$700mil,” explains Herzig. “The demand for lobsters outstrips the supply. So we began to seriously look into ways of having a sustainable supply of lobsters.”

After years of evaluation and research, when the company was confident that lobster aquaculture farming was feasible, it began looking around for countries where it could start the venture. Some of the countries it looked at were Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. In the end, the company decided to go with Malaysia.

“What struck me about Malaysia was just as that time when we were looking to expand into South-East Asia, the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, launched the ETP. We were blown away by the vision that was created in the ETP,” says Herzig. “We came here and had discussions with the Malaysian Government. Datuk Idris Jala, the CEO of Performance Management and Delivery Unit (Pemandu) got us in touch with InvestKL. InvestKL helped us to meet the right people at the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (Miti), Mida and Biotech Corp. What we saw and heard impressed us. Malaysia to us was a country that was headed in the right direction, thanks to the Prime Minister’s vision and it embraced foreign investment. The business structure that had been created made us want to be here.”



Transforming lives

Once Darden had decided on Malaysia, it had to find the right place for the iLAP. It settled on Semporna. Herzig is optimistic that the iLAP will bring about positive changes to the region. “Semporna is in eastern Sabah and it is not the most well developed place. It gives us great pleasure that we are doing something that will help create business opportunities for people,” explains Herzig. “We will be recruiting people who do not have skills and we will help train them, teach them the know-how of raising lobsters and we will guarantee to buy the product. The people will eventually become business owners in the end. We are excited about the transformation this project will bring to the place and to the people.”

As a company, from the very beginning, Darden has always placed importance on helping communities it works with to prosper. “This has been part of our company’s DNA. Fortune magazine listed us as one of the 100 best companies to work for,” he says with pride. Malaysia’s very successful Felda project inspired the company. “We were amazed by the success of Felda where people were given land and the know-how on how to plant rubber trees and eventually became successful planters on their own. This is what we hope to achieve as well.”

Being present in Malaysia so far has been a marvelous experience, adds Herzig. He is especially thankful for all the help given by various Government agencies and in particular InvestKL. “InvestKL has been wonderful. It has held our hands as we navigated through a new language, new culture, and taught us how things work here and how to be a good corporate citizen to Malaysia.”

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Published: Monday April 28, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Monday April 28, 2014 MYT 6:51:21 AM

KL picked as Darden's Asia-Pacific headquarters

Bill Herzig, Senior Vice President of Darden Restaurants and President of Darden Aquafarms

KUALA LUMPUR: InvestKL landed one of its biggest coups in convincing Darden Restaurants Inc to choose South-East Asia’s regional headquarters (RHQ) hub, Kuala Lumpur, as its RHQ, thereby making the Malaysian capital city its Asia-Pacific restaurant headquarters.

A Fortune 500 company headquartered in Orlando, Florida, Darden Restaurants operates over 2,000 restaurants in North America and has more than 200,000 employees. It is one of the largest full-service restaurant companies in the world. In recent years, it has expanded overseas and has a presence in the Middle East in countries such as Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Japan.

The agreement to set up regional headquarters in Kuala Lumpur follows on the heels of the announcement in 2012 that a subsidiary of Darden Restaurants, Darden Aquasciences Sdn Bhd, is setting up an integrated lobster aquaculture park (iLAP) in Semporna, Sabah. This is a joint venture between Darden Aquasciences and two Malaysian companies, Ever Nexus Sustainable Seafood Sdn Bhd and Inno Fisheries Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Yayasan Sabah Group.

The iLAP project was facilitated by InvestKL, Malaysian Investment Development Authority (Mida), Biotech Corp and Yayasan Sabah.

Darden Restaurants will make Kuala Lumpur its Asia-Pacific headquarters from which it will expand to South-East Asia and the Far East. It was two cities – Singapore and Kuala Lumpur – that were being considered for its headquarters. Bill Herzig, senior vice-president of Darden Restaurants and president of Darden Aquafarms, a wholly owned subsidiary of Darden Restaurants Inc, had always been impressed by Malaysia and Kuala Lumpur in all the years he had travelled for business in this part of the world and knew of the huge potential in the country.

But others in the company had to be convinced. What finally tipped the scale to Kuala Lumpur was the presentation by InvestKL led by its CEO Zainal Amanshah, who made a trip to the company’s headquarters in Orlando with his team.

“Zainal shared the plans for Greater KL and the structures that were put into place. He and his team convinced us that what we needed was in Kuala Lumpur and in Malaysia,” reveals Herzig.

Since commencing operations in June 2011, InvestKL has been instrumental in getting many MNCs from the United States and from around the world to set up their regional headquarters (RHQ) in Malaysia.

In 2011, it attracted six, in 2012 11 and in 2013 15, bringing the total of MNCs to 32 and with an investment value of more than RM2bil. Along the way, these 32 confirmed MNC investments are creating 6,239 high-skilled jobs. With these numbers, InvestKL is on track to meet its target of drawing 100 Fortune 500 and Forbes 2000 MNCs to set up their RHQs in Greater Kuala Lumpur by 2020.

Lobster aquaculture park

Besides its presence in the F&B scene, Darden is also making a huge investment of RM1bil in iLAP. The iLAP will cover 9,300 ha out of which 6,000 ha will be used for commercial lobster farming; 700 ha will be for research, development, training and a demonstration farm; and 2,600 ha will be used for the production of mussels. The project will have its own hatchery to produce its own seedstock instead of capturing wild juveniles to use as seedstock, as it is done in other lobster farming projects in South-East Asia. The first lobsters from the farm are expected to roll out in 2017.

The project is expected to create 14,000 jobs by 2022 and 20,000 jobs by 2029 once the farm reaches full capacity. The jobs created cover a wide range of skills ranging from very highly skilled such as PhD and Masters-level scientists and engineers to skilled workers such as aquaculture specialists and aquaculture technicians and semi-skilled workers.

Once iLAP reaches full capacity, the projected annual sales of the lobster is expected to be RM3bil. All the lobster produced will be bought by Darden for use in its chain of famous restaurants such as Red Lobster, Olive Garden and LongHouse Steakhouse in Asia.

The company would not have decided on its huge investment in Malaysia if not for ETP and Invest KL, says Herzig.

The lure of Malaysia

The company first started looking at the possibility of lobster aquaculture 10 years ago. Over 7% of the world’s supply of cold water and warm lobsters are bought by Darden, and “our food bill for seafood a year is US$700mil,” explains Herzig. “The demand for lobsters outstrips the supply. So we began to seriously look into ways of having a sustainable supply of lobsters.”

After years of evaluation and research, when the company was confident that lobster aquaculture farming was feasible, it began looking around for countries where it could start the venture. Some of the countries it looked at were Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. In the end, the company decided to go with Malaysia.

“What struck me about Malaysia was just as that time when we were looking to expand into South-East Asia, the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, launched the ETP. We were blown away by the vision that was created in the ETP,” says Herzig. “We came here and had discussions with the Malaysian Government. Datuk Idris Jala, the CEO of Performance Management and Delivery Unit (Pemandu) got us in touch with InvestKL. InvestKL helped us to meet the right people at the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (Miti), Mida and Biotech Corp. What we saw and heard impressed us. Malaysia to us was a country that was headed in the right direction, thanks to the Prime Minister’s vision and it embraced foreign investment. The business structure that had been created made us want to be here.”

Transforming lives

Once Darden had decided on Malaysia, it had to find the right place for the iLAP. It settled on Semporna. Herzig is optimistic that the iLAP will bring about positive changes to the region. “Semporna is in eastern Sabah and it is not the most well developed place. It gives us great pleasure that we are doing something that will help create business opportunities for people,” explains Herzig. “We will be recruiting people who do not have skills and we will help train them, teach them the know-how of raising lobsters and we will guarantee to buy the product. The people will eventually become business owners in the end. We are excited about the transformation this project will bring to the place and to the people.”

As a company, from the very beginning, Darden has always placed importance on helping communities it works with to prosper. “This has been part of our company’s DNA. Fortune magazine listed us as one of the 100 best companies to work for,” he says with pride. Malaysia’s very successful Felda project inspired the company. “We were amazed by the success of Felda where people were given land and the know-how on how to plant rubber trees and eventually became successful planters on their own. This is what we hope to achieve as well.”

Being present in Malaysia so far has been a marvelous experience, adds Herzig. He is especially thankful for all the help given by various Government agencies and in particular InvestKL. “InvestKL has been wonderful. It has held our hands as we navigated through a new language, new culture, and taught us how things work here and how to be a good corporate citizen to Malaysia.”

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Bring in by Secret Recipe. Initial stage will be 13 outlets, most probably would be located in major retail malls like Pavilion, One Utama, Midvalley, etc.


Published: Wednesday September 25, 2013 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Wednesday September 25, 2013 MYT 9:31:27 AM

Secret Recipe to operate 3 large US restaurants in Malaysia next year


by liz lee


Congrats: Darden Restaurants chairman and CEO Clarence Otis (left) and Sim after the signing ceremony in Orlando

PETALING JAYA: Food & beverage group Secret Recipe Cakes & Cafe has signed a partnership agreement with American restaurant group Darden Restaurants, Inc to bring three of its largest brands to Malaysia in the first half of next year.

Under the partnership, Secret Recipe will operate Red Lobster, Olive Garden and LongHorn Steakhouse outlets. The group intends to roll out the brands in stages, with an initial target of 13 outlets in Malaysia.

The partnership, signed in Florida in the United States, marked the group’s expansion into different target markets of consumers as well.

Secret Recipe group chief executive officer Datuk Steven Sim said the three brands were unique, each with its own offering that appeal to various market segments from working professionals to families.


“Sim said in an email that Darden’s brands were successful in Kuwait, United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.

He believed that Malaysians and Asians would be receptive to new dining concepts and experience.

On the operations, Sim said the group would be well supported in terms of training, compliance standards, systems and processes by Darden International for each of the brands. “In addition, Darden will second a team of expertise to Malaysia to enhance the full know-how transfer to Secret Recipe.”

Darden International president Kim Lopdrup said Malaysia was selected as a base for its expansion in this region as it was the rapidly-growing economy.

“In addition, with the support of the Malaysian Government, we have decided to locate our Asian franchising business in Malaysia.”

Last year, Darden Aquasciences Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Darden Restaurants, announced a project to develop the world’s first integrated lobster aquaculture park in Sabah under a US$600mil (RM1.86bil) deal. Darden will inject some RM1bil for the development.

The lobsters farmed there will be supplied to the Red Lobster chain.

“We don’t expect to reach the production stage until 2017 at the earliest. However, the Red Lobster restaurants developed by Secret Recipe will provide a way for Malaysian guests to enjoy lobsters from our Malaysian aquafarm, and give the farmers additional customers for their products,” he said.

Darden Restaurants, Inc is listed on the New York Stock Exchange. It is one of the world’s largest full-service restaurant companies with more than 2,100 restaurants, generating over US$8.5bil in annual sales.

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KUALA LUMPUR - Red Lobster, the world’s largest seafood restaurant company, has chosen Greater Kuala Lumpur to open its doors on Oct 1, 2014 at The Intermark.


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Kuala Lumpur’s Atmosphere 360 restaurant has the highest view in town. At 276m, the viewing deck of Menara KL (KL Tower) is about 100m higher than the Petronas Twin Towers’ sky bridge: Atmosphere 360 is set one floor above it on the second floor of the Tower Head. It is usually called the revolving restaurant at Menara KL.

Tables are arranged in a single line around the edge of the restaurant right beside the floor-to-ceiling windows: when you first sit down you don’t notice that the restaurant is moving. Then, after a few minutes, you become aware that either the world outside is moving or your table is changing place – one moment you are sitting beside the buffet counter, the next you are beside the grand piano and front entrance.







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Sky Bar is a glamorous cocktail lounge set on the 33rd floor of Traders Hotel KL. A local institution, this rooftop nightclub is quite possibly the coolest venue on KL’s nightlife scene – the place to see and be seen at. It is recommended not only for its good location and giddying views over the city, but also its excellent drinks.

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Le Midi @ BSC, Kuala Lumpur
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Known for its iconic transparent jellyfish tank, Le Midi in Bangsar Shopping Centre is a fine dining restaurant that serves a wide range of refined Mediterranean cuisine that aims to bring the most authentic taste of upscale Middle Eastern cuisine. While the wine may not be the best in the town, the dishes here are specially crafted by the Italian chef and the kitchen team that only used the best ingredients for each and every dishes. The couples can indulge in a good quiet dinner while overlooking the picturesque view of KL skyline.
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The 39 Restaurant
Level 39, PNB Darby Park Executive Suites


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If you don’t fancy Western cuisine, you’ll be delighted to know that this place serves one of the finest Malay cuisines in Kuala Lumpur. Although offering the humble Asian cuisine, this place has set sky-high standards for the friendliness and efficiency of their staff. Apparently, their signature dishes include Ayam Golek Percik, Rusuk Kambing Kurma and Patin Tempoyak Cili Padi so, don’t miss out if you’re visiting the place!

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Nobu Kuala Lumpur at KLCC
Southeast Asia’s First Nobu Restaurant
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Nobu Kuala Lumpur is a Michelin-starred titan in the world of sushi, sashimi and tempura. The world famous restaurant, co-owned by American actor Robert De Niro, first started out in 1994 in New York. It went on to win critical acclaim for its glorious dishes that were classically comforting yet creative, and chef Nobu Matsuhisa and his partners went on take the world by storm, opening more than 29 franchises over the globe.

Nobu Kuala Lumpur is Southeast Asia’s first branch with dramatic 360 degree views of the KL city skyline, and its kitchen is helmed by head chef Philip Leong, brought in from Nobu Berkeley St. Born in Ipoh, Perak, Leong has worked with Nobu since 2005, starting out as a commis (basic chef) and working his way up the ladder to become the person in charge of the Kuala Lumpur kitchen.

Meanwhile, general manager of Nobu KL, Stephane Heard, has plenty of experience under his belt managing the restaurant Nobu-style, having spent time with the brand’s restaurants in Las Vegas, Mexico, London, Dubai, Paris, Miami, Hawaii and Moscow.

In setting up the restaurant they have worked to keep the décor stylish and trendy with lots of textured blonde wood furnishing and fixtures, but the full-length windows that offer 360-degree views of the KL city centre are the features which take the prize for most impressive. Set just one floor below Marini’s on 57 in Menara Petronas 3, diners are treated to unsurprisingly up-close views of the iconic Petronas Twin Towers. Besides that, diners also get to enjoy simple, comforting ambiance, thanks to dim lighting, a monochromatic colour palette of brown and beige, pots of greenery and wooden window blinds.







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Al Dente


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Hornbill Restaurant & Cafe
KL Bird Park, Jalan Cenderawasih, Kuala Lumpur

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Rhinoceros hornbill // Малайский калао // Buceros rhinoceros by Vladimir Kurg, on Flickr

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