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The Spring Mall - Updates
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A special Thread for Spring Updates... when I am free try take some photos

Posted on: 2007/5/9 9:25
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I see that they r building the final floor of the Spring ( I believe it is four floors now, compared to the two floor initaial proposal..) ....same as Boulevard....wah...they r really trying to out do each other :D

Posted on: 2007/5/9 9:30
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Texchem plans 5 more Sushi King outlets

TEXCHEM Resources Bhd will add five more Sushi King outlets to its network of 41 eateries in Malaysia this year.

Sushi Kin Sdn Bhd managing director Yasuhiro Nishida said capital investments of RM1 million per outlet are being earmarked by the company.

Two stores will be in the Klang Valley, one in Klang and the other in Butterworth on mainland Penang.

"We are also in talks currently to open the first Sushi King outlet in East Malaysia, in a new shopping mall to be built in downtown Kuching," he told reporters after the soft opening of the RM2 million fine-dining "Miraku" restaurant in Penang.

Present was Texchem's chairman and chief executive officer Tan Sri Fumihiko Konishi.

Miraku (which in Japanese means a great place for customers to enjoy great food) is situated on the first floor of the sea-fronting "G" Hotel at Gurney Drive.

The outlet covers a floor space of 4,568 sq ft and can accommodate 130 diners.

Sushi Kin was established in 1995 when the company introduced the "Kaiten Sushi" (where sushi dishes are selected from a conveyer belt) dining concept at its Sushi King outlets in Malaysia.

A total of 3 million people have dined at Sushi King in Malaysia. Besides Penang and the Klang Valley, Sushi King restaurants are found in Genting Highlands, Ipoh, Johore, Malacca, Selangor and Seremban.

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Posted on: 2007/5/11 6:36
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why is that sushi king news posted on this topic?

Posted on: 2007/5/11 6:41
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"We are also in talks currently to open the first Sushi King outlet in East Malaysia, in a new shopping mall to be built in downtown Kuching," - this is probably referring to the Spring, maybe?

Posted on: 2007/5/11 11:08
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oh! i missed out that line

great news. finally a real sushi bar

Posted on: 2007/5/11 23:04
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Texchem plans 5 more Sushi King outlets

TEXCHEM Resources Bhd will add five more Sushi King outlets to its network of 41 eateries in Malaysia this year.

Sushi Kin Sdn Bhd managing director Yasuhiro Nishida said capital investments of RM1 million per outlet are being earmarked by the company.

Two stores will be in the Klang Valley, one in Klang and the other in Butterworth on mainland Penang.

"We are also in talks currently to open the first Sushi King outlet in East Malaysia, in a new shopping mall to be built in downtown Kuching," he told reporters after the soft opening of the RM2 million fine-dining "Miraku" restaurant in Penang.

Present was Texchem's chairman and chief executive officer Tan Sri Fumihiko Konishi.

Miraku (which in Japanese means a great place for customers to enjoy great food) is situated on the first floor of the sea-fronting "G" Hotel at Gurney Drive.

The outlet covers a floor space of 4,568 sq ft and can accommodate 130 diners.

Sushi Kin was established in 1995 when the company introduced the "Kaiten Sushi" (where sushi dishes are selected from a conveyer belt) dining concept at its Sushi King outlets in Malaysia.

A total of 3 million people have dined at Sushi King in Malaysia. Besides Penang and the Klang Valley, Sushi King restaurants are found in Genting Highlands, Ipoh, Johore, Malacca, Selangor and Seremban.

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Maybe Novotel there or Merdeka Plaza....but just a talk or proposal only, like MAkro .....talk talk and never opened!

Posted on: 2007/5/12 0:48
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Maybe Novotel there or Merdeka Plaza....but just a talk or proposal only, like MAkro .....talk talk and never opened!

Makro already bankruptcy liao , overtaken by Tesco.

Posted on: 2007/5/12 10:04
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could be boulevard...downtown...

Posted on: 2007/5/12 14:05
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Maybe Novotel there or Merdeka Plaza....but just a talk or proposal only, like MAkro .....talk talk and never opened!

Makro already bankruptcy liao , overtaken by Tesco.


Eeee...Makro and Tesco different boh...MAkro is like wholesale for retailer le...Tesco focuses more on household.....Makro and Tesco all doingvery well in Thailand. Tesco can be found in anywhere in Thailand eventhough in side university campus,....the most ulu place in Thailand also got Tesco. Another one is BIG C - forgot from which country it comes from but offer more choices and cheaper price for customers...not in Malaysia and I think they shd come to Kuching copz evrytime and everyting starts in West Malaysia first and when reach Sarawak, we become so laid back....

Posted on: 2007/5/14 17:18
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