360 MALL welcomes the rich taste of Belgian chocolate with Godiva café

360 MALL, Kuwait’s iconic shopping mall owned by Tamdeen Shopping Centers, has announced the opening of Godiva café, a well-known Belgian chocolate café founded in Belgium in 1926. The famous brand currently operates in more than 600 retail boutiques and shops in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia and is available via more than 10,000 specialty retailers.

Godiva café is a great addition to Kuwait’s 360 MALL which is known for bringing the best flavors from around the world to Kuwait. The chocolate shop will be able to meet customer demands through its combination of intoxicating flavors, delicate textures and elegant decoration, by featuring decadent truffles, melting fondues and rich chocolate drinks all using the finest ingredients.

Claudia Lopusinska, Marketing Manager, 360 MALL, said: We are very enthusiastic about the opening of Godiva Café and are confident that it will truly live up to its expectations, providing the highest quality of chocolate in Kuwait. The new café will serve as a spot for those to unwind after a long day whilst attracting chocolate-lovers from all over. 

Inspired by Lady Godiva’s passion and boldness, and crafted by an established heritage of chocolate artisans, Godiva has become synonymous with refinement and innovation, bringing the best of Belgium to the world. Godiva Chocolatier brings this pioneering spirit and sensuality to the art of chocolate, creating enticing experiences fit to complement any occasion.

360 MALL integrates retail, leisure and entertainment in a luxury environment; positioning it as the premier luxury shopping experience in Kuwait offering shoppers and visitors 82,000 sq. m of exciting leisure and shopping experiences. Amongst its stores are a mix of luxury brands, dining and entertainment which have been introduced for the first time in Kuwait The mall’s elegant interiors include seven different experience zones. The 360 MALL marks a milestone in the growth of the retail sector in Kuwait and is clearly a turning point for the industry.