Owners of Chinese takeaway JVDE PVRK, James Cheung and Debbie Hsu have announced the relocation of the business to the city of Birmingham. All business operations of the Chinese takeaway will hence be carried out from a new location in the West Midlands city.
With a mindset that came out of social media, JVDE PVRK (pronounced Jade Park) combines elements of content creation, fashion, and food within the concept of their business. The company’s founders have a deep honor of Chinese tradition, but none the less, they are working hard to change an old traditional trade to a modern takeaway.
JVDE PVRK promises to continue serving customers with their savory Chinese food that tastes great every single time. Customers will still enjoy online ordering services with options of pick-up or delivery from the new location. The Chinese takeaway is also still available on UberEats and JustEat.
JVDE PVRK was unfortunately forced to close down business operations in Wirral on the 9th of June 2022, as a result of complications with the lease of their now former building. This is the development that led to the previously mentioned decision by the founders, to relocate all business operations of the Chinese takeaway to a new location in the city of Birmingham. In addiction to this, they have also stated their plans to open more JVDE PVRK branches by 2023 to meet the growing demands of their classic Chinese takeaway.
As a business that started during the challenging period of Covid-19, JVDE PVRK has grown to be well versed with challenges and sees this new one as an opportunity for a big and better comeback.
Proving once more to be a pacesetter in the traditional Chinese takeaway business, JVDE PVRK has also announced that they’ll be expanding their takeaway services into the metaverse. With the rise of digital commerce, JVDE PVRK continues to break uncharted grounds in the Chinese takeaway trade by integrating current technologies into their services, taking their iconic golden box noodles into the virtual space to further meet the demands of their huge follower base (Instagram: @jvdepvrk @debbiehsu_bee / Twitter: @jvde_sauce @yummycrypoto.
This innovative development by JVDE PVRK further aims to make their Chinese takeaway a more fun an unforgettable experience for their customers. Customers will not only enjoy delicious Chinese food, but also get a thrilling virtual world experience. The metaverse project will be an anime style NFT with similarities in aesthetics to the art posted on their social media.
JVDE PVRK will also start accepting cryptocurrency as a form of payment for food. This is yet another step by JVDE PVRK towards bridging the gap between the traditional Chinese takeaway business and innovative technology for businesses and cementing their place as pioneers in the long-established takeaway trade. As cryptocurrencies are becoming a more popular legal tender, JVDE PVRK is adding crypto payment to provide more options for their customers for ease of transactional service. They have partnered with QWYPTO a web3 team that specialises in crypto, NFTs and web3 to deliver their crypto and metaverse journey.
JVDE PVRK Chinese takeaway is committed to providing excellent and consistent service for their customers with all the aforementioned developments.