Food courts in shopping spaces are a gastronomic destination for both shopaholics and foodies, giving the food and beverage industry a competitive advantage in the market. These markets are no longer considered only shopping destinations, but with a plethora of retail shopping outlets, they have evolved into community hubs, providing exceptional experiences to consumers.
The food court is one such trend that has become a veritable crowd magnet. The importance of dining out as a form of entertainment is enormous, and retail space developers in India, including Orris Infrastructure, are going to great lengths to embrace innovative ways of attracting customers into food courts. This makes the food court a win-win situation for everyone involved, including the builder, the food court operator, restaurant owners, and most importantly, customers.
Aside from being a major driver of foot traffic, food courts are now an integral retail category. In recent years, they have emerged as one of the major and consistent sources of revenue for markets. Food courts contribute approximately 10-20% of total revenue on average, and in the case of a well-designed neighbourhood bazaar, this figure can reach 30%.
On similar lines, Orris Market 89 has strategically planned European appeal holding its modern and trendy design. It offers a world of options in hospitality, service residences, and retail. Orris Market 89’s specialty stores, delis, cafes, iconic restaurants, health clubs, beauty clinics, and other amenities make shopping a pleasure. With luxury residential developments and large integrated township nearby, this neighbourhood bazaar is right in the middle of the action. It is a mixed-use high-street retail and studio condominium complex poised to rise above the skyline of Sector-89, New Gurgaon. It attracts foot-traffic due to its location which brings plenty of opportunities for people living nearby, investors, retailers, show-room owners and the builders. The location is convenient to the Dwarka Expressway, IMT Manesar, NH-8, and KMP Expressway. Adding to that, Indira Gandhi International Airport is only 35 minutes’ drive.
Moreover, Market 89 offers F&B Range, i.e., it does not only consist food courts but also QSRs, and other formats including Kiosks, cafes, casual dine restaurants, fine dine restaurants, and even pubs and lounges. Good food has an undeniable allure, especially in a country like India, where food is central to every occasion, celebration, and festivity. To gratify shoppers, retail market developers such as Orris Infrastructure are experimenting with cuisines and formats. A visually appealing central eating area serves as a focal point, and markets have been quick to make food courts as comfortable and appealing to customers as possible. More than just serving food, food courts have taken on the added responsibility of forging emotional bonds with younger shoppers too. Therefore, food courts are a quick, relatively inexpensive, and convenient way to grab a quick meal or snack and get back to shopping. At Market 89, customers can easily find everything at one place.
Apart from that, it holds a number of amenities catering to the needs of people. The project offers Two Tier Security, 24×7 Security with CCTV Surveillance, Wet Risers, Hose reels, Sprinklers, Fire Hydrant, Fire Extinguishers and Fire Detection system facility.