Founded by K.Simon and Lalitha way back in 1977, Steven’s Corner started as a Mamak stall located at the Overseas Union Garden, off Old Klang Road, Kuala Lumpur. Steven’s Corner inadvertently derived became mainly from Silan ( a member of the operating the stall) being mispronounced as Steven, and the fact that the stall sat strategically at a shop corner, hence the name Steven’s Corner.
At first, Steven’s corner only served roti canai, teh tarik and mamak fried noodles. However, over the years it has added more varieties to its menu as customers’ demands and patronage increased. In 1985, Steven’s corner relocated its business entity under Sri Komalah Restaurant and it started to operating on 24 hours, 7 days a week basis. By 1997, Steven’s Corner expanded its operations to Pandan Indah, Cheras and subsequently in 2007 its third outlet in Setapak.
Needless to say that by sheer determination and banking on customers loyal support, the once Mamak has now turned into a full fledged model restaurant serving thousands of patrons daily at all the 3 outlets.
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p/s: my dinner buddies aipeng and favian!