New cloud kitchen opens in TTDI


Syed Saddiq (second from right) launching the cloud kitchen in Glo Damansara.

A cloud kitchen brand has launched its flagship store at a mall in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur. Coox flagship store at Glo Damansara mall spans over 418sq m of cloud kitchen space, to provide food and beverage brands of all sizes with a platform to build and scale their business.

Renovation for a fourth lot was recently completed, adding 93sq m of cloud kitchen space, housing seven new kitchen suites and bringing the total number of kitchens to 26 units.

The new space enjoys the highest occupancy among cloud kitchens in the Klang Valley, with an occupancy rate of 80% and rising.

The flagship location is home to a diverse array of food and beverage operators, ranging from startups and expanding homegrown brands to well-established international names such as Cold Stone Creamery, The Manhattan Fish Market and NY Steak Shack.

“We are happy to have the opportunity to work with like-minded corporate partners like Glomac Bhd, which has helped make our flagship location here at Glo Damansara a success,” said Coox co-founder and chief executive officer Ken Lee.

“By leveraging on the combined industry network of our five co-founders, we are gearing up to replicate this model with our second Klang Valley location at Taylor’s University’s Lakeside Campus in Subang Jaya, which will be operational in first quarter of this year and is open for registration,” said Lee.

At the launch, Lee also announced the arrival of the Coox mobile app that makes it more convenient for customers to order meals for delivery, self-pickup or dine-in.

Coox aims to expand to 10 cloud kitchens in Klang Valley.

Also present at the launch by Coox co-founder and former youth and sports minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman were business leaders such as Taylor’s Group president of TEG Assets Sheena Angelina, Berjaya Group senior business development manager Christina Thong, pitchIN chief executive officer Sam Shafie and Worq co-founder and chief executive officer Stephanie Ping.

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