Well, breakfast would be at Chawan, followed by lunch at Nirwana banana leaf rice and finally dinner at Al Rawsha (Arabic food). Woke up on the dot today, anticipating a wholesome day of nice foods.
|Chawan's menu. Err..they should change their front page. Not professional at all (although I knew what they wanted to express)|
|Interior decor, simple but refined.|
Reached Chawan @ Bangsar within 10minutes (no traffic jams, yay!). As recommended by my close friend, M, I planned to order nasi lemak ayam goreng berempah (RM14.50) but they told me they haven't prepare it yet. So, I ended up ordering nasi lemak chicken rendang (RM10.90).
|Another similar angle of Chawan's interior.|
For drinks, coffee is Chawan's specialty. They named all their coffee using the name of states and towns in Malaysia. I asked the friendly waitress what's their famous coffee that people always ordered and she mentioned Kemaman coffee, Ipoh coffee and Chawan Frappe. I ordered Chawan Frappe, something chilling to counter the effect of the anticipated spicy-hot nasi lemak that I'd ordered.
|My fork and spoon, plus serviette nicely placed in a small rattan basket. I like!|
|My breakfast today @ Chawan, Bangsar. Now, I'm too stuffed to eat my lunch at Nirwana banana leaf rice. Aii...|