DINERS can now enjoy their favourite food at Riverside Cafe On The Go, Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur.
It features a new concept, focusing on faster and more efficient service to cater to modern lifestyles.
The setting up of Riverside Cafe On The Go was due to positive response and feedback after renovations to Riverside Cafe and Restaurant.
The menu has Malaysian favourites such as nasi lemak, fried mee hoon, meat pie, croissants, traditional kuih as well as coffee and teh tarik.
Higher Education Minister Datuk Dr Noraini Ahmad launched the new eatery, accompanied by World Trade Centre Kuala Lumpur (WTCKL) executive director Datuk Seri Dr Irmohizam Ibrahim and WTCKL chief executive Mohd Yusri Junos.
WTCKL plans to set up more branches in the Klang Valley, including at petrol stations, and public and private higher education institutions.
“We believe that the opening of these branches could provide job opportunities to students, ” said WTCKL chief operating officer Fauzy Wahab.
“Talent and interest within this industry have to be nurtured from young.
“We wish to cooperate with the Higher Education Ministry and Permodalan Nasional Bhd to provide a platform and opportunities for young entrepreneurs, ” he said.
He added that Riverside On The Go would adopt a franchise model with plans to go international. — By SHANIA ROSELLA WIJAYA