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One-Stop-Shop at The Mall of Kitchens

Mall of Kitchens (MOK) is known a a one-stop-shop for kitchen needs for both commercial/ industrial and residential use. It is also known as the first foodservice mall in the country that has quality kitchen equipment, utensils, foodservice furniture as well as laundry equipment. The place has been newly renovated for the convenience of shopping.



MOK is now also offering different modules for a specific business formats. The friendly staff are well-versed and can answer the customers queries. The 2,500 sqm mall has set-ups for a Bakery, Cafe/Bar, Hot Kitchen, Gelateria, Wine Room and Show Kitchen. The place also boasts pf hip interiors ad high ceilings for a more relaxed shopping experience.


The modules features all equipment, small wares and furniture necessary to set up a business for a cafe or a gelateria or a bakery or a restaurant. Brands that can be found at MOK are Convotherm Combi Oven, Manitowoc Ice Machines, Frymaster Deep Fryers, Taylor Soft Serve Machine, Winterhalter Dishwasher, Turbo Air Reach in chillers and freezers, Menumaster Microwave Oven, Williams wine chillers and Kolb deck ovens which are favored by hotel chefs and restaurants. 


The Mall of Kitchen’s interior layout is also favorable for simultaneous food demos. On any given day, it is possible to witness MOK sales and technical teams hosting demos to corporate chefs and guests. 


“We have redesigned Mall of Kitchens in such a way that our customers would know what to expect and what to purchase in case they’re interested in a start-up business and for those who want to modernize and update their kitchens. All these can be done in a bright, spacious, and a more relaxing customer-friendly and kitchen like environment,” said Norell Ortega, VP for Sales, Foodservice Manila.


Aside from the business modules, MOK also has an area for smallwares with different gondolas per category that is easy for the customers to navigate. The aisles are filled with kitchen and dining essentials suited to the needs of customers. There’s a nice mix of corporate and walk-in clients such as homemakers, culinary students and foodies.


“Our products are priced competitively- if not lower, than others. We have principals and suppliers from the USA, Europe, the Middle East, and other Asia countries,” said Jenhy Carlos, MOK VP for Sales for Smallwares. “We also attend international trade shows to keep abreast of innovative and up-to-the-minute trends and designs for further customer satisfaction.”


Smallwares brands include: Rak Porcelain, Athena, De Buyer, American Metal Craft, and Zieher. 



Watch Instagram video here --- TKG @ Mall of Kitchens  


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