We, Malaysians do have a soft spot for food and the variety of mouth-watering dishes available nationwide. From traditional dishes to fusion cuisine, there seems to be a place for everyone to eat in Malaysia.
Can’t make a choice? Then, go to the “mamak” where you could have a feast for only RM20! Apart from our undying love towards food, another driving factor towards the emergence of many restaurants would be our willingness to try new things especially, restaurants that go viral on social media pages.
This was what exactly happened in Cherating where a local cafe, Cafe Marion, garnered a huge public attention when it’s existence was shared by Rizal Hakimm Punyer, a Facebook page. This post, was shared for more than 33,000 times and the share function has now been disabled. For some background information, this cafe is owned by a married couple, Doje and Marion.
Surprisingly, Marion is Muslim-French which makes the cafe popular for its large selection of French delicacies ranging from pastries and desserts. There’s an attraction factor with French food, in particular due to their uniqueness and tendency for people to crave more of its rich taste.
With the existence of these pastries in France, it’s to no doubt many locals would want to flock to Cafe Marion to get a taste of France in Malaysia.
Some individuals who have paid a visit to this cafe have given their feedback and well, it shows that the pastries live up to their expectations. According to them, the desserts have an exceptional premium taste to them! Now, isn’t that enough to put visiting Cafe Marion on your post-pandemic bucket list?
Due to the overwhelming support from netizens and a large number of customers, Cafe Marion, via their Instagram page have apologized to their customers if they couldn’t fulfill all the orders.
Adding on, they also hope that all their customers would understand their situation if any of the cakes and pastries are out of stock and they’ve also promised that they’ll increase the production quantity of desserts without compromising the quality of the items. They are also truly grateful for the support given to them.
Well, with the Malaysian travel bubble slowly opening up to individuals who have been fully vaccinated, it is to no doubt that business would be booming for the owners of Cafe Marion.
We wish them all the best in their endeavours and for our readers out here, it’s high time we continue supporting local businesses.