Stylish Korean Convenience Store emart24 Opens 1st M'sian Reserve Cafe In Bangsar South
Looks like an atas coffee shop.
We've seen several popular convenience stores and express marts open flagship outlets in Malaysia this year, but have you seen one as trendy and stylish as emart24?
With their sleek black counters, classy overhead lights, spacious aisles, and artisanal cafe ambience, emart24 brings a new gorgeous and upscale design to our typical white-walled convenience stores.
First established in 2014, emart24 is one of South Korea's fastest-growing convenience stores that has opened more than 5,5000 outlets over the last seven years
Now, they've finally brought their tasty street snacks, aromatic coffee, K-beauty products, and exclusive Korean snacks to Malaysia. Their reserve outlet in Bangsar South is the first of their 300 targeted outlets to be launched in our country over the next five years.
According to emart24, their first general convenience store is set to open in Sri Hartamas very soon.
Here, you'll find a variety of fresh Korean street food like cupbap (rice bowl), corn sausage, eomuk (fishcake), pau, and bingsu
Aside from that, they offer an assortment of ready-to-eat meals like sandwiches and gimbap that you can pair with their special single-origin Brazilian coffee. For dessert, you can order yuzu mango or charcoal coconut soft serve in either waffle or bungeoppang (Korean fish-shaped pastry) cones.
emart24's reserve cafe also serves buns, pastries and desserts such as croissants, cinnamon rolls, choux au craquelin, and more exquisite treats
Besides food, customers can also enjoy a wide array of cosmetics, personal care products, and even fragrances from OnlyKorea, an authorised distributor of authentic imported K-beauty products.
Heading down to Bangsar South after the lockdown? Be sure to check out emart24 for a unique Korean convenience store experience!