A little thought goes a long way!
Did you know that since we started our first NamNam in 2012, we’ve installed purse/bag hooks under our bar counter tops and dining tables?
We want to make sure that you are comfortable, and your belongings are safe during an outing to our restaurants. It may be a cheap and easy fix, given that such hooks can cost as little as $5 each. But a little thought goes a long way. For we have learned that women certainly know how frustrating it is to not have a place to hold their purse or handbag in restaurants and bar top.
This same attention to detail pertains to shopping bags and backpacks too. Having to hold your purse, bag, or any other item on your lap is not the most comfortable way to enjoy your meal in NamNam, and it can ruin your dining experience.
Below are few more reasons why we have purse/bag hooks since day 1 in NamNam:
Firstly, we want to provide comfort, where you still need a safe place to store your belongings close to you. Even if you are coming in for a quick meal, you will need to have your hands free to be able to eat and drink comfortably.
Secondly, since most of our outlets are fully occupied during the peak hours, we want all guests to have the opportunity to dine in NamNam quickly and stress-free, because chairs and stools are not purse or handbag holders.
Thirdly, since all hooks are “hidden”, so only the person using it sees it (and even then, it’s not “visible” unless someone peeks underneath or reaches to see if it’s there). So, the hooks don’t interfere with the overall design.
Lastly, we feel that purse/bag hooks are must-have items in our restaurants for your safety too. Purse/bag hooks not only provide convenient storage to keep purse off the ground, but they also keep valuables within safe reach of the owner and out of harm’s way from would-be thieves, safely out of sight and close at hand. Furthermore, we want you to keep your purse or bag off the table, along with your glasses and keys, it leaves a lot of room for your to enjoy a meal or drink in NamNam.
So yes, sometimes a little thought does go a loooong way…