Ruaymaiyood Co., Ltd., holder of renowned Korean food and beverage restaurants such as Korean barbeque restaurants ‘nice two Meat u’ and ‘nice two Sea u’, bubble tea café ‘Fire Tiger’, and Korean styled toast café ‘Mil Toast House’ propels a new phenomenon in the restaurant industry with the launch of Dosan Dalmatian by Mammamia, the first Western and Korean brunch restaurant in Thailand.
Boasting the title of the first rooftop bar in Siam Square, this establishment offers an unparalleled experience with its capacity to seat over 100 guests and its tantalising menu of flavours from Seoul, South Korea.
Chutima Pruangmethangkul, CEO of Ruaymaiyood Co., Ltd., stated that: “Dosan Dalmatian by Mammamia is the result of the combining of two highly esteemed restaurants from South Korea to merge as one. This allows the incorporation of Dalmatian’s Korean and western fusion brunch scrumptiousness with Mammamia’s tasty desserts and shocking pink décor, bringing the public the best of sweet and savoury.”
“We did not set goals to purchase a certain number of Korean franchises per year. However, when we come across brands with potential, we cannot let the chance pass by.”
Chutima adds, “Dosan Dalmatian by Mammamia will be a breath of fresh air generating a new dining experience for the Thai market. Its unique fusion of Western and Korean-style brunches will be the first and only one of its kind in Thailand. Moreover, it is the first rooftop bar in Siam Square that welcomes customers to chill out from morning till evening. It is also a dog-friendly restaurant allowing customers to come enjoy with their furry friends.”
“We decided to open our first branch in Siam Square due to our company having grown from its roots in this neighbourhood. Although the Siam district is a bustling location, the allotted position of our restaurant is not necessarily in the best spot. Therefore, we concoct our site with distinctive designs and strong branding to boost the sense that our place is in fact a prime destination.”
As for plans for future business expansion, Chutima remarks that, “In terms of branches, we focus on selecting the most advantageous locations for our customers, and we anticipate introducing four new Korean food and beverage brands within this year.”
“Our long-term goal is to be the market leader of Korean food and beverages in Thailand. But the number of brands which we import does not alone define our success. Rather, we are to be measured by how we are perceived by our customers. Once our company is synonymous with Korean food and beverages and is on top of the consumers’ minds, only then can we genuinely prove our leadership status. ”