The [email protected] was buzzing with activities prior to the Movement Control Order (MCO). Now, it appears to be coming back to life with developer Selangor Dredging Berhad (SDB) leading the way upon certain restrictions being lifted from the MCO.
For a start, the tenants there are currently actively promoting their delivery services through delivery portals and also from restaurants themselves. They are Gooddam Restaurant, Flakes Café, Slow Coffee café, Wasabi Restaurant, Kooky Cream Cake & Bakery, Dujour café and Popo Hotpot Restaurant. All tenants are also focused on implementing necessary measures to keep their employees, customers and the communities safe.
Patrons who wish to visit any of restaurants will not have to pay for parking as this will be waived as a gesture of goodwill by the Management.
According to General Manager of Gooddam, Miki Maria Le, the restaurant is currently featuring an all-day menu with items like pasta, pies, stews and also a bakery section. Meanwhile, Popo Hotpot which specialises in hotpot is now offering delivery and also adding on lunch sets especially for those working at home or with families from the surrounding neighbourhood.
Flakes café, which serves some of the tastiest croissants in the area, are selling its F &B via delivery and they have also added care packages, which are ideal to be sent to a loved one during this challenging period. The care package comes with a choice of two croissant, two drinks and a coffee shot.
The [email protected] is a 2.51-acre freehold mixed-use commercial development comprising 13 low-rise retail offices and 276 signature suites located within a 44-storey tower.
The project also offers public spaces such as promenade, sheltered courtyards, signature water features and landscape that aim to create a nurturing and conducive environment for people to work in.