Nasi kandar outlets expect busy period

Good times: In this file photo from last month, Amirul Hamzi, 29 (left) and his brother Faris Hamzi, 32, are seen enjoying their food at Nasi Kandar Beratur in Jalan Masjid Kapital Keling, George Town, Penang. — ZHAFARAN NASIB/The Star

GEORGE TOWN: Several popular nasi kandar outlets here are anticipating a bustling weekend ahead, with more customers expected following the government’s decision to lift the interstate travel ban.

Restaurant Hameediyah director Muhammad Riyaaz Syed Ibrahim said he is expecting more customers over the weekend.

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