STOP&Shop only operates in Port Moresby and its food services business currently operates the Fresh Express Kai Bars and the Bon Cafes across the city with plans to open in other parts of the country as well.
Left: Customers at Eat Street Bistro in
Harbour City, Port Moresby, last week.
Stop&Shop is part of the City Pharmacy Ltd Group.
General manager Mike Shields said recently that the branch in Harbour City opened its new diner, the Eat Street Bistro, located in the heart of the city’s central business district.
Shields said the Eat Street Bistro offered a range of food unique to Eat Street – customers could order beef, prawns, pork, lamb, chicken, tuna steaks plus a range of sausages. “Food services is one of our future growth areas and Eat Street and Grab and Go are part of this strategy,” he said.
“If you are a busy executive in the business district and want to get a quick bite, you can get one at the Eat Street Bistro, or if you want to have a lunch meeting, Eat Street is the ideal place.”
Shields said the bistro also offered Japanese fare like fresh sushi and sashimi and for the lunch hour office customers, Eat Street had a variety of grab-and-go options like their signature open face sandwiches which included ham and cheese, chicken and tuna options with a variety of rolls and salads on the menu. Meanwhile, if you shop at any Stop&Shop for K50 or more, you qualify to participate in the “Trolley dash” lucky draw.
The promotion will run this month.
All eight stores of Stop&Shop in Port Moresby will hold their own weekly draws.
Left 2. Customers ordering food at the Eat Street Bistro
at Stop&Shop in Port Moresby last week.
This means there will be eight lucky winners doing a trolley dash, every week, where they can collect goods worth K2000 in two minutes.
Leilah Naris was one of the eight lucky winners for the first week of the trolley dash at Stop and Shop, Harbour City.
She spent K51.65 and collected K1021.70 worth of groceries.
Left 3: Stop&Shop Harbour City, Port Moresby, last week.