St. Enoch Atrium food court

St. Enoch invests £1.5m in its food court

St. Enoch Centre has invested £1.5 million in its food court in order to develop a new and feel.

The Glasgow shopping destination has refurbished its food court to offer increased seating and an enhanced dining experience.

Now known as The Atrium, the centre’s food court has extended its seating area by over a fifth to offer 900 seats compared with 700 previously.

It also incorporates a wider variety of seating, USB charging points that will enable shoppers to take full advantage of the centre’s free wifi and an upgraded children’s play area.

The Atrium’s design will contribute to St. Enoch’s commitment to reduce its carbon footprint by incorporating greener and more energy efficient lighting. The centre has been waste to landfill free for over six years.

St. Enoch Centre’s food court is the biggest in Scotland, attracting over 3 million visitors annually. The refurbishment aims to attract a greater variety of visitors including city centre workers and those who frequent coffee chains.

Anne Ledgerwood, general manager of St. Enoch Centre, said: “We’re really excited about our new-look food court and its premium facilities. Today’s shoppers are looking for comfort as well as convenience, especially as dining out continues to play an increasing important role in the retail experience.

“We look forward to welcoming shoppers old and new as they discover our improved layout and fantastic choice of food.”