Jaya Grocer has recently open at Intermark, their first supermarket in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. It boasts 30 000 square feet which means it’s much bigger and more well-stocked than their other branches.
Jaya Grocer at Intermark is markly different from their other branches. It mirrors upmarket supermarkets overseas such as Selfridges in the UK and reminds us of BIG Independent Grocer in Publika.
There’s a huge section dedicated to selling cheeses and wines. Local as well as a huge range of imported items are available. Expect live oyster which are shipped in weekly and never-before-seen food labels.
Apart from marketing, you can dine at their extensive and beautifully designed food court. There’s a non-halal food court which serve favourites from Lam’s Kitchen, Woo Pin Fish Head Noodles, Sun Huat Kee’s pork ball noodles from Bangsar, and the award-winning Menya Musashi. Even if you’re not there to shop, it’s worth a visit just to dine there.
- They have plans to have stall manned by an attendant to interact with shoppers. You’ll be told how to choose an artichoke or whether the local radish is better than the China variety for a particular soup.
- Seafood are delivered fresh daily from Kuala Selangor.
- Pick your meat or seafood and have their in-house chef cook for you for free (with a purchase of a side dish at Fresco)
- It’s the only place Absinthe is sold at the moment.
- Purchases above RM30 entitle shoppers to free parking for the first two hours.
Lower Concourse Level
348 Jalan Tun Razak
50400 Kuala Lumpur
Note: Get easy and same level access to the supermarket from Gate D.