Look: Biggest FamilyMart in PH to have 40-seater eatery, co-working space, and Zen garden
And it's open 24 hours daily
Nov 29, 2019
Aside from inclusive food offerings, the 390-square-meter FamilyMart branch in the Philippines located at Udenna Tower in Bonifacio Global City features a wider dining space, a co-working space, a Zen garden, two function rooms, a beer room, and even Insta-worthy restrooms.
Wider menu, wider dining space
The dining space can accommodate up to 40 people who wish to eat in-store. You also won’t be limited to instant food as healthier options and an improved menu are available, including tapsilog and yang chow meals, fresh vegetable salads and wraps, and a branch-exclusive thin-crust pizza. There’s also a new dedicated ramen station where tonkotsu, tantanmen, and miso bowls are offered for P165.
Co-working space for students, freelancers, and telecommuters
Those looking for a conducive place to study or work can stay at FamilyMart’s co-working space. Just buy at least P250 worth of products and you’ll get to enjoy free Wi-Fi and a comfortable seat in the exclusive area.
Two function rooms called Tokyo and Osaka
If your group is looking for a more private space for meetings, discussions, or brainstorming sessions, the function rooms are your best choices. Both Osaka and Tokyo can accommodate eight to 12 persons respectively and are equipped with audio-video facilities.
A walk-in liquor chiller
Fans of alcohol weren’t left out fortunately. There is a beer room filled with local and international beers and liquors in the store. You can enjoy these drinks in the dining area or in the function rooms from 7 pm onwards.
Japanese manga-inspired Zen garden
Located right next to the co-working space, the Zen garden is designed for people who want to take a short break and ease their minds.
Visit FamilyMart at GF Udenna Tower, Rizal Drive cor. 4th Avenue, Fort Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City. It’s open 24 hours daily.
Header photo courtesy of FamilyMart Udenna Tower
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