Hain Seng Te (Hamish) fled Cambodia with his family via the notorious 'killing fields' in the late 1970's in order to escape the suppressive and murderous Pol Pot regime. Following a period in a Thailand refugee camp, Hamish (as he became know by his Kiwi friends) and family moved to New Zealand as a 'refugee' in 1979. Settling in Dunedin, Hamish quickly found work in a local factory before unleashing his entrepreneurial talents on the local food industry.

 

 

Initially establishing a food takeaway business selling sandwiches, cakes etc to lunchtime workers in the central business district, Hamish soon identified a niche in the market for authentic Cambodian food. Hamish then left his full time job and set up his first shop/restaurant which was also used as a manufacturing base.

 

Continuing to target the lunchtime trade, Hamish designed and built three small caravans containing gas powered hot plates, a fridge, and serving counter. These caravans were positioned at three key sites in Dunedin (The Octagon, University and Centre City Mall). A lucrative business soon developed leading Hamish to increase the number of shops in Dunedin and develop the packaging required to market the satay peanut sauce and satay meat marinade through other local retail outlets. The core products are based on secret traditional family recipes which Hamish managed to bring to New Zealand from Cambodia.

 

With the business going from strength to strength, Hamish sold the caravans to finance an expansion of  his business.

 

 

 

 

 

 
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