Through the month of April, three Master Sukisoup outlets are offering a 15 per cent discount for lunches and free karaoke rooms from 11am to 4pm.
These outlets are at Dreamland, opposite the Naga World Casino; Bokor, at 265 Mao Tse Tung Boulevard; and Chroychangva, on National Road 6.
Master Sukisoup founder and managing director Ly Seng Khong says the Master Sukisoup outlet at the Soth-earos branch, which also has a the Munich Beer brew house, will offer a buy-three and get-one-free beer offer from 10pm to 2am, as well as a 15 per cent discount on any bill of more than $50 at Bokor Club and KTV.
“We were the first stand-ardised Suki in Cambodia.
We know the needs of our customers, and we provide them with fresh, good-quality food,” Ly says.
“We are professionals in making Suki, and we believe our customers can enjoy the most tasty Suki soup with their families, along with our good service.
In addition to the trademark Sukisoup, the outlets offer breakfast, lunch and dinner.
General manager Sok Chamreoun says the first outlet opened at Bak Touk in 1999 and the chain of restaurants now has nine branches, including one in Siem Reap and one in Sihanoukville.
The latest location, with the Munich Beer brewery on Sothearos, opened last July.
“We have around 700 employees; all of them are Cambodians, and each of them is provided with special training before they get into their role,” Ly says. “In the past, a lot of Cambodians went to Thailand and they love eating Suki there. We saw the opportunity to bring Suki to Cambodia, but Cambod-ians are more familiar with the word ‘soup’ than with ‘suki’ - that's why our brand name is Master Sukisoup,” he said.
Ly wants Khmer families to come and enjoy the outlets, where they can put all the food in a big pot and have fun eating together.
“Master Sukisoup is one of the most comfortable, family-friendly places for the Khmer New Year holiday. People can gather after a long trip and get good service for the family,” he says.