Menlyn Park Shopping Centre has opened doors again after a massive R2 billion restoration.
The shopping centre now features the latest designs for tenants including, Food Lovers Market, Pick n Pay, New World Discount Stores and Checkers Hyper.
Food Lovers Market has opened an upmarket version of their standard stores, including old favourites such as fresh produce and wine sections, a butcher, a bakery, a dairy, a seafood counter and a water bar.
The Market Café seating area allows shoppers to sit and eat whatever they buy in-store. Other draw cards include a live herb wall and a Seattle Coffee Company grab-and-go counter.
Pick n Pay have opened a brand new store, modelled on the one-stop-shop experience. Everything from banking services to drawing social grants or booking flights and car hire is on offer, aside from the standard grocery shopping facility.
The store also features Pick n Pay’s new-look produce and clothing departments, with ample space for customers to stroll down wide shopping aisles.
The capital’s favourite bargain electronics store, New World Discount Stores, have opened their largest store to date in Grocery Avenue.
A number of firsts are on offer here, including a premium Samsung brand store, an LG shop-in-shop, a Panasonic shop-in-shop, a disco-stage shop-in-shop, a Casio G-Factory shop-in-shop, as well as an elevated nine-panel TV wall allowing customers to have clear sight of the screens from wherever they are in the store.
The new-look Checkers Hyper includes its first-ever in-store coffee shop, home to a dedicated seating area and delicatessen, alongside a new take-away Gourmet Burger Bar, which allows shoppers to pay for their hamburgers with the rest of their shopping.