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Overseas Seafood Restaurant offers tasty culinary delights

by Venu Puthankattil, venu@theborneopost.com. Posted on November 9, 2012, Friday

CULINARY DELIGHTS: Invited guests flock to Overseas Seafood Restaurant after the ceremonial launch. The restaurant which does not serve pork features various specialty dishes such as fish, lobsters, oysters, mantis prawns barbequed goose, Beijing duck and roasted chicken.

KUCHING: Overseas Seafood Restaurant Sdn Bhd (Overseas Seafood Restaurant) has launched a restaurant at Kuching Square near Kuching International Airport featuring culinary delights for seafood lovers and connoisseurs of other delicacies.

At the launching ceremony yesterday, managing partner Allen Lim told The Borneo Post that the newly-opened premises taking up seven shop lots came at an initial start-up capital of about RM1 million.

“The current main dining area has 35 tables taking up five lots but we are also in the process of building private function rooms in the remaining two lots which can cater up to another 100 diners.”

Lim highlighted that the restaurant which did not serve pork would feature various specialty dishes such as fish, lobsters, oysters and mantis prawns; some of these items would be brought in fresh from Sabah.

In addition, he revealed the management’s plan to fly in a chef from China specialising in barbequed goose, Beijing duck and roasted chicken, to name a few. Vegetarian dishes would also be available upon request, he added.

Meanwhile, company partner Liew Shark Sen noted that patrons from all walks of life would be welcome at the restaurant in addition to special functions such as wedding banquets, anniversary celebrations as well as birthday parties.

The restaurant located at Sub Lot 16, Kuching Square, Jalan Lapangan Terbang is open from 11am to 2.30pm and 6.30pm to 11.30pm, seven days a week. For enquiries and reservations, call 082-467188.

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