According to a statement sent to VerAngola, the project is the result of a "real estate investment based on the transformation of shipping containers, dedicated to restaurants and entertainment.
The Food Court will have 16 restaurant spaces, which will fit into a "concept of leisure and entertainment, a space dedicated entirely to children, a dance school and street art gallery area.
The note says that after the project opens in Luanda, Cláudio Santos intends to expand it: "After the opening in Luanda, Cláudio Santos follows with a concept expansion plan, and his goal is to have a Food Court in the 18 national provinces in the next 2 years.
Quoted in the statement, Cláudio Santos says that his goal is to "create a movement that can show the investment in Angola and for Angola, especially in a period of crisis, where the diversification of the economy is a watchword and a real need.
The responsible still considers that the country has "lack of restaurant and leisure spaces of quality, with an integrated offer and that allows the massification of this offer.
"This is my objective, to create products that serve different people, different social classes and that can, simultaneously, contribute to the development of the national economy, through the investments and direct and indirect jobs on which hundreds of families depend", he says.
Cláudio Santos also explained that the project will be adapted "to the reality of each province.
According to a statement sent to VerAngola, the Food Court Lda is responsible for creating 200 direct jobs and over 100 indirect jobs. The project is "99 percent made up of Angolan human resources, with a focus on and appreciation of Angolan human capital, and is due to be opened in August, with the entire property plot 100 percent occupied.