Few businesses have seen the success achieved by coffee shops over the last decade – no matter where you open one, the likeliness of it being a success is huge!
Beating your local Mamaks, coffee shops have become a primary watering hole for Malaysians who just want to have a nice cuppa and chat.
Good news, Malaysians! %Arabica, the most popular coffee shop in Kyoto, is coming to town!
Founded by Kenneth Shoki, when %Arabica opened its doors, it was never meant to be a tourist destination like it is today. Nowadays, if you go to Kyoto, all you can see are tourists taking selfies with the iconic % cups.
Opening their first Malaysian outlet at Pavilion KL this December, Malaysians commenting on the announcement were indeed excited at the prospect of getting their hands on some delicious coffee.
With the motto “See The World Through Coffee” %Arabica has not only established themselves as bonafide coffee makers but also an insta worthy brand with the minimalistic approach to coffee.
Having made their mark in Singapore, Hong Kong, Kuwait and many other locations, we’d have to say that it is about time they make their way to Malaysia!
Better late than never, right?
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