Chow King, food franchise from the Philippines that offers fast food Chinese cuisine opened to the public its first outlet in Kuwait on Friday morning. The fast food restaurant located along Salem Mubarak Street in Salmiyah was inaugurated Thursday afternoon in the presence of the Philippine Ambassador to Kuwait Lamberto Monsanto, Consul General Atty. Raul Dado, Consul Atty. Jabbar Adiong, Vice Consul Sheina Tesorero, invited guests with local and Philippine media.
In his brief speech, Ambassador Monsanto lauded the Al-Hajery Company for patronizing Philippine franchises as Chow King is the second Philippine food brand after Jollibee the company has taken interest in bringing to Kuwait market. He also wished the management the best of luck and fruitful investment. “The Filipino community is thankful that one of Philippines’ top food brands has finally opened its doors to the community and I encourage all Filipinos in Kuwait to help promote the fast food along with other products we have available in the market,” added Ambassador Monsanto.
The inauguration ceremony started with a dedication ceremony by Bishop Jun Nones followed by blessing of the venue by Catholic Priest Fr. Ben Barrameda. Welcome speeches by operations manager and store manager also followed immediately after the blessing. Guests were treated to first sets of meals that include choices of prime main and side dishes with drinks. The fast food officially opened its doors to the public on the 5 September with long queue outside the restaurant from morning till the afternoon. Among its favorite dishes include steamed Siomai, Siopao and noodles.
Chowking-Kuwait is another franchise of Al-Muzaifra Catering Company owned by Al-Hajery Commercial Bureau Co. Other franchises include Jollibee-Kuwait and Frosty Boy Australia.
Staff Writer - Ricky Laxa
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