The Star Online, From multi-outlet sushi joints to high-end internationally renowned brands, Malaysian consumers have long been captivated by the novelty of dining on raw fish and fresh seafood that is so closely associated with Japanese cuisine. Walk into any mall, and there will be one, if not a few, Japanese restaurant that will be brimming with people waiting in line for a seat. But few locally-founded chains have managed to match up to the legacy of and connection to the Japanese food scene quite like Kampachi.
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A great article by Benjamin Norman for The New York Times on Datuk Nicol David. Read it here.
Hotel Equatorial is proud to have teamed up with Datuk Nicol since May 2000.
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Datuk Nicol David has just been named by The Telegraph, a UK media, as one of the 20 greatest athletes in the world right now. She is grouped with other sport stars and heroes such as Simon Biles, Usain Bolt, Serena Williams, and Mo Farah.
Hotel Equatorial teamed up with Datuk Nicol in May 2000, when she turned pro, and we are so proud to be a part of her journey. She was No. 7 in the world ranking for 2004, and made her way to the No. 1 spot from 2006 – 2014!
We congratulate Datuk Nicol for this prestigious accolade and we look forward to welcoming more.
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