The Jakarta Post
A salad corner at Marché Mövenpick in Lippo Mall Puri, West Jakarta, in January this year. (instagram.com/marcheindonesia/File)
Marketplace-style restaurant Marché Mövenpick has announced that it will close down its Indonesian branches on Wednesday.
The restaurant, which offers Swiss-German delicacies, posted on Instagram that it is serving delivery and takeaway orders due to the large-scale social restrictions (PSBB). In the same post, it also expressed gratitude to its customers’ loyalty and support.
“We’re extremely grateful to have had the chance to meet, serve, build relationships and memories with many of our loyal guests. We’ll miss serving you at Marché,” read the caption. The post also announced that the company would return with a new restaurant brand by the end of 2020.
According to kompas.com, the new brand will be BOU Bakery & Dining. All customers’ vouchers, prizes and member points that they have collected at Marché will be extended for the next six months and can be redeemed at BOU Bakery & Dining.
Marché Mövenpick is known for its unique ambience, especially the open-kitchen concept, with sought-after menu items such as rösti (potato fritters popular in Switzerland), pastas and pizzas, among others.
Established in 2009, it has outlets in several shopping malls in Jakarta, including Plaza Senayan and Grand Indonesia. In March 2019, it opened its third outlet at Lippo Mall Puri in West Jakarta. (wir/wng)
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