Once again, I'm on my quest to blog as much about lunch-outing as possible.
These food pictures are flooding my iphone and my officemates are wondering why do I always snap pics when we're out lunch, but fail to blog about it instantly.
Sorry mates. I'm slacking. I know!
So, what's makes a restaurant famous?
Is it the food?
Is it the drinks?
Is it the ambiance?
Or is it the location?
This time, I think it must be due to the location.
Located in Bangsar.
Located at the exact spot of the old Devi's Corner.
Located at a corner lot area, impossible not to pass by it, in this small crowded Bangsar area.
Chawan is the name.
And I just don't get what the fuss is about this place anyway.
Date : 21st March 2011
Venue : Chawan, Bangsar
Time : 12noon-ish
Asam laksa, which Nadz discovered that the junks were too much inside it.
Making it a hassle to eat.
Briyani rice with chicken, that Skin and Zie rated as so-so.
This one, at first I liked it, but after a few bites, it sort of felt too much on the coconut milk.
Maybe I can just give the credits to the drinks.
The ice blended coffee and the tripple layer frappé did impressed us.
Or maybe it's just the heat?
Being in Bangsar zone, I would say it's such a hefty price to pay for a typical kopitiam so-so standard.