The very first Montreux Jazz Café outside of Switzerland has opened its doors at Sydney International Airport.
Sydney International Airport joined forces with Montreux Jazz Festival and travel caterers SSP to turn the dream of opening the café in Sydney into a reality.
Commenting on the opening, Daren Lau, Managing Director for SSP Asia Pacific said, “The opening of Montreux Jazz Café in Sydney will be an exciting development for SSP, for Sydney Airport and its passengers, and for the greater community of Sydney.
“Montreux Jazz Café will offer a new experience to its customers, blending great food, culture, music and service into one.
“Together with Sydney Airport Corporation Limited, we are convinced that this formula will become a winner in Sydney and help set new standards for airport food and beverage”.
Derek Larsen, General Manager, Retail for Sydney Airport Corporation Limited said, “SSP understand and appreciate the dynamic experience we want to deliver to the 38,000 visitors who pass through the International Terminal daily.
“The selection of Montreux Jazz café reflects Sydney’s commitment to providing unique and engaging experiences from around the world brining to life iconic brands. In this way Sydney Airport cements itself as a global brand delivering world and Australian firsts.”
He added, “Sydney is a vibrant and innovative city that loves its music and culture. With a growing appetite for good food Sydney Airport is a fitting showcase for Montreux Jazz.”
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: C.F