You must’ve heard about the amazing new 7-Eleven Café that has opened at Bandar Puteri Puchong a while back. Heck, some of you might have already visited and experienced the luxurious convenience store itself.
Two weeks ago, 7-Eleven had announced their store opening to the public and the products they had to offer. Now, to officially announce their launch of their two-storey flagship store, 7-Eleven Malaysia hosted their Grand Opening of the 7CAFé on Wednesday (23rd June).
The brand intends to offer their customers a holistic lifestyle convenience shopping experience by partnering with BookXcess and Niko Neko Matcha in order to make this venture a success. The fancy convenience store comes with a mini bookstore along with an assortment of desserts and cakes from the contemporary artisan matcha brand.
“The key idea is primarily to collaborate with local businesses that suit the lifestyle that we wanted to portray along with the 7CAFé brand. And with Niko Neko as a high-quality matcha drink provider together with BookXcess which has very accessible and very affordable books for all, we see this as a good fit for the 7CAFé concept,” Mr Tan U-Ming, Co-Chief Executive Officer of 7-Eleven Malaysia said.
The food counter provides the customer’s favourite choice, the Croffle, covered in chocolate and sprinkles and topped with Kit Kat chocolate bars, the fusion of American and local flavours that have you wanting more. The convenience store also provides delicious meals, onigiri, sandwiches and desserts as well as other products, making you succumb to the temptation of never leaving the store.
7-Eleven aspires to venture into the chic and unique concept for better retail experience so that customers will be able to dine in and enjoy the atmosphere with their loved ones. 7CAFé is the driving force for the brand to advance into other product categories as well, like the Japanese beauty products, offering customers a wider range of options.
Aiming to offer all their customers the desired unique lifestyle convenience, more outlets are to be opened, including those outside of Klang Valley, such as Menara TA One, Hartamas KL, Tun H.S. Lee KL, IPC Shopping Centre, Bukit Damansara KL, Ampang Point KL and KL Traders Square.
But why wait when you can head on over to the 7CAFé now and try a taste of the Croffle or purchase a book from their fully-stacked shelves? Check out their Facebook and Instagram and get to know more about the largest 7-Eleven store in Malaysia.
Neetashini Kanendran contributed to this article