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the best steak in town

THe SHIP RESTAURANT

01
"Traditional steakhouse CONCEPT"

3 decades ago in Malaysia entrepreneurs were understandably hesitant of venturing into the western food restaurant business. They were still trying to wean themselves from the influences of their pre-independence colonial masters and to rediscover their local Asian values.

Nevertheless, there were these young restauranteurs who believed that good food always crosses cultures and prejudices, and appeals to discerning consumers. Mr. Foo Hee Hoon, Mr. Foo Hee Loon and other partners almost single-handedly took on the formidable challenge to start The Ship restaurant (The Ship), opening at Jalan Sultan Ismail what was later to become one of the many more outlets all over Malaysia. Although it wasn't exactly smooth sailing all the way, there was never a doubt that its captain at the helm was steadily steering it towards sure success.

 

02
"Serving the finest cuts of meat"

Mr. Foo Hee Hoon and his equally talented wife together with their hand-picked chefs were on hand daily to serve up a wide variety of the tastiest western food from the choicest and freshest ingredients, which had patrons returning for more.

 

This eventually gained The Ship the reputation of serving The Best Steak In Town, which essentially was the great food, well served under a unique decorative setting and on top of that all prices are value for money.

 

The unique exterior of its restaurant resemble an almost life-size hull of a ship, and on stepping inside one will be impressed with the finely recreated likeness of a sea-going vessel.

 

03
"Located in
the heart
of the city"

Complementing the theme is service provided by captains and crews in maritime uniform. Such is the attraction of The Ship that it is common for foreign visitors of the country to seek its whereabouts. The Ship has, by word of mouth, contributed in making Malaysia a popular tourist destination. This, too, is just another indication of The Ship sailing on to greater heights. If imitation is a form of  flattery, The Ship must be doing something right, because many others have since followed suit with western restaurants sprouting up everywhere.

 

In the face of growing competition, The Ship not only confidently hold on to its own premier position but has since expanded further with 5 more outlets at strategic locations, and more are being planned. More importantly, each of these outlets has proven a tremendous success story in its own right.

 

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"Steak perfection takes time"

Not one to rest on its laurels, the founder of The Ship's understanding of local consumers' preference has kept him ahead of competitors. The booming economy in the late 1980s contributed to Malaysia consumers expecting more than a good meal alone, so The Ship introduced live musical entertainment to its selected outlets, bringing in the concept of wine, dine and be entertained. Customers' response was nothing short of fantastic, and musical entertainment has since become a favourite, regular part of The Ship.

"Have a drink

at the bar"

The Ship foresees bright prospects in strengthening and expanding its thriving business, and plans are being carefully made by Mr. Foo and his capable managers to diversify into ventures synergistic with the core business. With the continued loyal support of its many customers, suppliers, management, staffs and friends, The Ship will not only be assured of its own success but will also contribute meaningfully to the success of The Nation's Vision 2020.

GALLERY

"THE BEST STEAK IN TOWN"

The Ship, with the reputation of serving The Best Steak In Town, was well served under a unique decorative setting and on top of that all prices are value for money. The unique exterior of our restaurants resemble an almost life-size hull of a ship, and on stepping inside one will be impressed with the timely recreated likeness of a sea-going vessel.

Complementing the theme is service provided by captains and crews in maritime uniform. Such is the attraction of The Ship that it is common for foreign visitors of the country to seek its whereabouts. The Ship has, by word of mouth , contributed in making Malaysia a popular tourist destination.

CONTACt us

head office :

no. 3 & 5, jalan radin anum 2,

bandar baru sri petaling,

57000 kuala lumpur

t 603 90581818 / f 603 90589629

Email  :  

contact@theship.com.my

40-1 & 40-2, jalan sultan ismail,

50250 kuala lumpur  

sun to Fri 12pm-12am  / Sat 12pm-1am

t 603 21418805 / f 603 21445060

Restaurant Manager :

Mr Steven Yoon

Email  :  

stevenyoon@theship.com.my

 102-104, jalan bukit bintang,

55100 kuala lumpur  

 daily 12pm-3am

 t / f : 603 21443605

Restaurant Manager :

Mr Steven Yoon

Email  :  

stevenyoon@theship.com.my

lot 1222, jalan dang wangi,

pertama kompleks,

50100 kuala lumpur  

daily 11.30am-11pm

t 603 26983791 / f 603 26983373

Restaurant Supervisor :

En Roshidi

Email  :  

roshidi@theship.com.my

 37-43, jalan ss21/56b,

damansara utama,

47400 petaling jaya 

 sun to Fri 12pm-12am  / Sat 12pm-1am

 t 603 77288020 / f 603 77291943

Restaurant Manager :

Ms Tammy Ma

Email  :  

tammyma@theship.com.my

pj centrestage, unit g-01,

ground floor, no. 1, jalan 13/1,

seksyen 13, 46100 petaling jaya  

daily 12Pm-11pm

t 603 79310078 / f 603 79313959

Restaurant Assistant Manager :

Mr Glen Frey

Email  :  

glenfrey@theship.com.my

69-b, jalan batu ferringhi,

11100 PENANG 

daily 12Pm-1am

t 604 8812142 / f 604 8812370

Restaurant Manager :

Mr Gary Tan

Email  :  

gary@theship.com.my

42-46, sri bahari road,

10050 penang  

sun to fri 12pm-11pm / sat 12pm-12am

t 604 2639532 / f 604 2630054

Restaurant Supervisor :

Mr Gary Gopal

 

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