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The recently listed group has come a long way in 20 years - from its humble beginnings as a nasi padang stall in a mall food court.

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Mr Goh says "we wanted to have our own branding", adding he found food court stalls "restrictive" in dish pricing, the type of products that could be sold, and the "commercial arrangements".

TO ANYONE who has set foot in a suburban shopping mall recently, the Bali-Thai restaurant chain is probably a familiar sight.

But what is likely less known is that the company that owns this chain began life as a nasi padang stall in a food court in Bishan around two decades ago.