Is this the fanciest 7-Eleven in the world? Shoppers are blown away by new Taiwan convenience stores – complete with ‘luxury’ cafés, baristas, chandeliers and beer on tap
- Thousands are blown away by the spectacular 7-Eleven stores in Taiwan
- The modern convenience stores offer its customers more than just a coffee
- There’s dine-in cafés with chandeliers, homestyle meals, and beer on tap
With dine-in cafés, chandeliers, gourmet meals and a fancy bar with beer on tap, these 7-Eleven stores could easily be mistaken for a hip restaurant.
The very modern convenience stores in Taiwan stand out from the rest of the world as it offers customers more than just a coffee and sandwich.
Once they step through the doors, diners are greeted with row upon row of grocery essentials, beauty and skincare items, household supplies, books, and stationery.
With stunning chandeliers hanging from the ceiling of the dining area, customers can heat up their homestyle meals in the in-store microwave and enjoy it in the seating area with family and friends.
Thousands of Australians are blown away by the spectacular 7-Eleven stores in Taiwan, featuring dine-in cafés with in-house baristas and beer on tap
Customers can pick cakes, doughnuts, tarts or sweet pastries from cabinets in a self-service
From the outside, the 7-Eleven in Taiwan looks very different to any other stores in the world
The stores have been dubbed the ultimate ‘food heaven’, offering its customers restaurant-inspired meals that won’t break the budget.
There’s also a self-serve section for customers to plate up their own hot savoury meals or pick cakes, doughnuts, tarts or sweet pastries from the glass cabinets.
Besides the dining experience, shoppers can get whatever they need at the one-stop-shop, as well as use the in-store kiosks with touchscreen to pay for utility bills, parking tickets, cellphone services and SIM cards or donate to charity.
There’s a fancy bar in the corner of one of the convenience stores, serving beer on tap
Once they step through the doors, diners are greeted with row upon row of grocery essentials, beauty and skincare items, household supplies, books and even clothing
With stunning chandeliers hanging from the ceiling of the dining area, the convenience store can easily be mistaken for a hip restaurant
For a dine-in experience, customers can simply heat up their meals in the in-store microwave and enjoy it in the seating area just like a cafeteria
Customers can order delicious cakes, doughnuts, tarts or sweet pastries from glass cabinets
For beauty buffs, there’s a section dedicated to a huge range of makeup and skincare items
Besides the dining experience, customers can also buy books and stationery products
Travellers from all walks of life have visited one of the many 7-Eleven stores in Taiwan, as they insist it’s nothing like they have ever seen before.
Spectacular pictures of the Taiwanese convenience stores have emerged on social media in recent days, with many Australians saying they have been blown away as they called on 7-Eleven to ‘pick up your game’.
‘Australia needs to level up it’s 7/11 game,’ one said, while another added: ‘Why is Sydney so behind?’
Many described the stores as ‘boujee’, while others were stunned by the spectacular interior, with one saying: ‘Everything American is better around the world.’