Fried chicken chain launches first drive-through in Klang Valley

Tan (left) flags off a car at the launch of Texas Chicken Malaysia’s first drive-through in the Klang Valley.

SUNWAY Mentari residents have reason to rejoice – Texas Chicken, one of the region’s largest quick-service chicken restaurant chains, has launched its first drive-through in the Klang Valley.

This is Texas Chicken’s second drive-through in Malaysia, following the opening of its Sungai Petani Drive-Thru last year.

Sharing a strategic location adjacent to a bustling petrol station, Texas Chicken’s brand new outlet at Sunway Mentari, Petaling Jaya, offers consumers a range of delicious and high-quality halal-certified products.

Customers can enjoy their favourite meals – whether through dine-in, takeaway or drive-through – at this 24-hour restaurant.

Speaking at its grand opening event, Envictus International Holdings chairman Datuk Jaya Tan said, “We are truly excited to celebrate this new milestone in our company’s journey.

“After six years since the opening of our first restaurant in Malaysia, we hope to elevate the dining experience of our customers by offering more drive-through restaurants for their convenience.

“This also underscores our commitment in growing our business in Malaysia, which will naturally contribute to the national economy and create more job opportunities for the locals.”

Envictus Holdings currently operates over 50 Texas Chicken restaurants in Malaysia and has opened five new restaurants this year, including the outlet in Sunway Mentari.

“Malaysia is one of the top five countries for Texas Chicken globally, and we are very proud to have Envictus as our franchise partner in this market,” said Texas Chicken business vice-president Yang Ming Ong.

“The years 2019 and 2020 will be exciting for Texas Chicken as we launch our new global brand positioning, and Malaysia will be one of the showcase markets.“

Texas Chicken Sunway Mentari stands at 3,500sq ft with a seating capacity of 146.

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