KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 17): Community-based co-sharing cloud kitchen space operator COOKHOUSE today announced four more new locations in Klang Valley after its first location launch of Sunway in July.

The four new locations are Seventeen PJ, Glo Damansara TTDI, GMBB Bukit Bintang in Kuala Lumpur city centre and Growers Market along Jalan Ipoh. The four locations are slated to be fully operational in 2021.

“Our initial mission remains the same, which is to build a conducive space for those in the F&B industry to thrive in this challenging business setting, such as by taking the burden of investing in a brick-and-mortar lot off their shoulders.

“But with these four new locations, we are providing bigger and better solutions to our residents. One main improvement is that these new locations have larger spaces and ample seating capacity to accommodate dine-in areas, additional studios and event spaces,” said the founder of COOKHOUSE Huen Su San in a press statement today.

She noted that the introduction of the hybrid cloud kitchen element expands on the benefits of the original COOKHOUSE concept, which is to provide a quick and sustainable platform for food entrepreneurs to digitalise their businesses – online orders and food deliveries become the main sales model for its residents.

“With the hybrid concept, COOKHOUSE not only puts forward an additional mode of revenue through dine-in customers, but also helps maintain the dine-in areas so that businesses can focus on preparing food and serving customers efficiently with a lean team,” she shared.

Huen added that the four new locations offer their own personalities and utilities that cater to a wide range of F&B businesses such as baking production, Asian & Western kitchens and even spaces for activities and artisan workshops.

By providing a full range of services for their tenants, COOKHOUSE is also in works to innovate an all-in-one web app to facilitate deliveries and take-aways, which will also benefit dine-in customers who can access the menu and order through the application just by scanning a QR code.

In conjunction with the announcement of their new locations, COOKHOUSE is also introducing their first virtual tours to provide potential residents with an in-depth look of the design and facilities available at these new locations.

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