Dining Archives - Inside Retail Asia
Not even a deadly pandemic is slowing Yum China’s rapid expansion programme, with the company on track to open 850 stores this year.
A long-running feud for control of a Japanese provider of home-cooked meals Ootoya has spilled out of the boardroom and into the kitchen.
In the third quarter of next year, Kuala Lumpur’s next supermall will open in the suburb best known for hosting the 1998 Commonwealth Games.
Singaporean foodtech firm TiffinLabs is creating an international network of ghost kitchens based in more than 1000 locations globally.
Chinese property-development company Country Garden has launched the world’s first robotic restaurant, in Guangdong.
Supermarket operator Carrefour China plans to open 100 restaurants at its existing stores, featuring broad menus and seasonal special offers.
Property company Hongkong Land has unveiled a new premium food hall concept BaseHall at Jardine House, in Hong Kong’s Central district.
A 605sqm Muji convenience store called Mujicom, has opened in the headquarters of e-commerce giant JD with 71 seats for dining in.
BeChef has launched a shared kitchen in Kyoto, with plans to host 300 eateries across Japan within the next three years.
The long-awaited % Arabica Thailand flagship store is finally set to open in Bangkok next week.
A year has passed since South Korea’s first Blue Bottle Coffee shop opened in Seoul’s eastern Seongsu neighbourhood: but what impact has the US chain had?
Hyundai Development Company has opened a distinctive new dining zone in Seoul’s Yongsan district.