Following the launch of the Setel contactless payment app, Petronas Dagangan Berhad (PDB) has launched the new [email protected], a new eatery within the Kedai Mesra with most items priced below RM12.

Through the introduction of [email protected], the Kedai Mesra will now see an expanded range of food and beverages including freshly-baked pastries, daily-prepared meals-to-go, desserts, and drinks. In addition, the newly renovated Kedai Mesra now boasts an open chiller, self-serve coffee machine, and microwave for the convenience of its customers.

“We first piloted this concept at the Petronas Station Jalan Kolam Ayer in Ampang last year and saw an increasing demand for food-on-the-go. With this proof of concept, we were confident to expand this further so that more customers get to enjoy the new retail experience at our stations,” said PDB, CEO and Managing Director, Azrul Osman Rani.

New items on the [email protected] menu include club and beef sandwiches, salad with snow-white fish or smoked salmon, grilled chicken chop, “Kung Pao” chicken with rice, English trifle, bread-butter pudding, overnight oats, and mixed fruits, to name a few. All these items are sourced from local suppliers with an emphasis on quality and fresh ingredients.

In addition to the above, it also features local favourites from local small-to-medium suppliers such as sparkling fresh juice from Tapping Tapir, Nasi Lemak Saleha and local kuih by Sri Talamaz.

“To date, we have seven stations with a [email protected] corner and we are targeting to expand to 15 more by the end of the year, and to over 200 stations by end of 2021,” he added.

The new Kedai Mesra with [email protected] is available at:

  • Petronas Jalan Kolam Ayer
  • Petronas MRR2 Ampang
  • Petronas Cyberjaya 1
  • Petronas Mutiara Damansara
  • Petronas Kota Kemuning
  • Petra Kota Damansara
  • PETRONAS Taman Setiawangsa

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