NEST, INDUSTRY’S FIRST F&B + COWORKING FUSION CONCEPT

NEST, a revolutionary F&B and Coworking Fusion concept has been launched at The Curve, Mutiara Damansara…

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A first of its kind, the unique F&B and Coworking Fusion concept is not found anywhere else in Malaysia or even beyond our shores!

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With the tagline, ‘Whatever You Do, Do It Here’, NEST is a one-stop coworking space for work, meet, speak, eat, drink and chill. NEST presents two service categories, ‘work@nest’ and ‘eat@nest’, and caters to workers and entrepreneurs who want a space beyond a traditional office, working out-of-home freelancers, homepreneurs, brick & mortar entrepreneurs, remote corporate workers and business travelers.

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‘work@nest’ offers a variety of affordable choices from daily passes (RM 30) to monthly rented spaces. Coworkers can opt for hot desks (RM 300 per month), fixed desks (RM 600 per month) and private suites (RM 1,200 per month) while meeting rooms and event space are charged on an hourly basis, ranging from RM 60 per hour, depending on the size of each space.

‘eat@nest’ offers great food from five different F&B brands.

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Gajah serves affordable & authentic Southeast Asian cuisines comprising Indonesian, Thai and Malaysian food… we loved their Butter Chicken Spicy Fried Rice (RM10.50) though the Curry Mee (RM10.50) seems a tad watery….

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Pizzazone, is NEST’s Italian themed section that offers some of Italy’s staple dishes with some pizzas reinvented with local flavours.. try out their Beef Rendang Pasta (RM12.50), Chicken Satay Calzone (RM11.50) and the Green Curry Chicken Pizza….

Quick Fix Coffee Bar is the quick service section that serves freshly brewed coffee, an array of sandwiches, muffins and ready-made snacks for customers who are looking for quick, on-the-go meals.

The Quickie Bar on the other hand serves alcoholic drinks, perfect to network and unwind!

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Tail & Fin is a Las Vegas-born fast-casual Japanese fusion restaurant that offers trendy *poke bowls (pronounced “poh-keh”), sushi burritos and other delightful dishes… Try out It’s Stupid Good (RM22.90), The Omega (RM18.90) and for those who love spicy food, go for the Angry Bird (RM16.90)….

As an added benefit, 30% of the total subscription fee of rented spaces is converted to food credits to be utilised at any of NEST’s F&B brands. These restaurants can also be accessed anytime by both coworkers and members of the public.

Other benefits include daily access to the facility and comprehensive amenities such as fast internet, front desk service, IT support, unique common areas, daily cleaning, mail and package handling and office supplies. This allows coworkers to concentrate on their work and business and leave the office management tasks to NEST.

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NEST is the brainchild of two organisations, The GreatFUN Group with its 30-year F&B experience, having launched hundreds of successful food chains in the region & Trade.io who offer the link to the fintech and financial world to open NEST to attractive business growth possibilities.

More information and latest updates on NEST are available at www.nesting.my

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