Mall of Kitchens (MOK) recently took its valued guests from the F&B industry to a tour of its newly renovated facility. The first foodservice mall in the Philippines underwent major revamp in recent months particularly to the flow and layout of the store as well as the interiors, which are now visibly spacious and feature a more modern feel. MOK is a division of Technolux, the country’s largest importer and supplier of a complete line of foodservice, small wares and laundry equipment for the past 41 years.
William Stelton, chairman of Techno Holdings Corp., and Roland Verzosa, president of Technolux, were at MOK to welcome guests from the biggest names in the F&B industry, hotels and restaurants as well as other businesses loyal to the company. These include Max’s Group Companies, SMI Investments, City of Dreams, Rustan Coffee, Pizza Hut & Dairy Queen, Army Navy, Kenny Rogers and Seattle’s Best Coffee, Manila Hotel, KFC Group, Army Navy, WHO, New World, SEDA, F1, Astoria, Resorts World, SM Supermall, Shopwise, Kuya J and Burger King, among others.
Guests were treated to sumptuous food prepared by Mall of Kitchens’ corporate chefs, live demos at the different set-ups and a leisure tour around the expansive showroom which occupies 2,500-square meters of floor space.
The newly-refurbished facility now features different modules for specific business formats, affording customers a realistic presentation of six business set-ups furnished with the latest equipment, small wares and fittings necessary to open a similar trade.
Aside from these business modules, MOK also refurbished the Smallwares Area, setting up new gondolas by category to make them easier to navigate.
Mall Of Kitchens is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday to Friday, and located at 9703 Kamagong St., cor. Lawaan St., San Antonio Village, Makati City.
For inquiries, call (02) 890-6758 or 552-3587. Visit www.technolux.net.
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