Jaya Grocer, a family-run purveyor of fine food, has recently opened another branch at The Intermark in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
Stocking premium fresh produce and foodstuff, shopping at just any Jaya Grocer is sheer gastronomical delight.
At 30,000 sq ft, Jaya Grocer at The Intermark is the largest, and doesn’t exclude their signature neatly stacked shelves and beautifully inviting ingredients including Japanese rock melon, Wagyu beef and fresh oysters.
Some of my favourites include their selections wonderfully-aged balsamic vinegar and tiramisu liqueur. Yum!
Cheryl and I were treated to a gourmet meal at the non-halal food court, which serves favourites from Lam’s Kitchen, Woo Pin Fish Head Noodles, Sun Huat Kee’s pork ball noodles, Hamky Panky, and the award-winning Menya Musashi.
For dessert, we had Mei-Xin mooncakes, the best-selling brand of mooncakes in Hong Kong. The Mango Crunch and Angel Chocolate Crunch mooncakes were delightful.
One of the standout services that Jaya Grocer provide is that their in-house chefs are more than willing to whip up gourmet meals with your freshly bought cuts of beef and seafood.
Purchases above RM30 will also entitle shoppers to free parking at The Intermark for the first two hours.