Thursday, December 29, 2016

Where cool wheels and good food

This cool cafe has been in business for quite sometime now but I only got chance to visit it sometime middle of the month.


"Feast & Furious" is the name of this cafe with cool wheels and good food to offer you with. 

Very manly and sporty touch if you asked me but I do like the interior. Something different and unique.


Located in forever busy Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman (in the same building with The Upper Room and SIB Grace), this cafe serves both Western and local cuisine. Pork-free.


This first thing you see when you open the glass door would be this cool bike greeting you and right in front of it is this under-the-ground glass display of colourful helmets.


Many cool collectibles as well as motorbikes, motorcars and vehicles are displayed in here. 


I would like to sit in one of these bikes. *wink*





After aaaawwwing and ooooohing over those cool wheels, our food just came at the right time to feed our hungry tummies.


Oh, forgot to tell you that I went with my sis on a Saturday. It was after 1pm but the cafe wasn't packed so our food came to our table pretty fast.


My sis had Fish & Chips (RM22) which was nice. They used dory and the batter was good. A classic rendition of deep-fried battered dory that is crispy outside while still moist and juicy inside. 


I tried the turmeric chicken chop (RM23), which is something unusual from the classic chicken chop that I would usually have. This boneless chicken chop was burst with flavours from marinade of turmeric, ginger and garlic. Generous helping of fries and fresh vegetables while accompanied by mushroom sauce dipping.


Of course I needed something to cool myself down so I had this big bowl of glass jelly sarsi (RM6). Shaved ice with generous glass jelly and sarsi syrup. 


A satisfying lunch with my sis. Thanks to her for recommending this cafe. I wouldn't mind coming here again to try its other food on the menu.

This cafe is where you could find cool wheels and good food together in Kuching.

Business hours are Monday to Sunday from 730am to 1130pm. Pork-free but they serve beers.

11 comments:

Phong Hong said...

Nice place. I think youngsters will like to hang out here. The food looks good. You must go back there again and try the rest of the menu.

suituapui said...

Oh? This place! Owner's a biker, son of a politician a long long time ago - I think was a Deputy CM once...and this son was in a rock band, Single Track Mind or something. You like, eh?

reana claire said...

Your tumeric chicken is making me drool.. I would love to savor that too especially the way you describe with so many spices.. yummsss!

Hayley said...

The under ground glass is something unique, thumbs up for the creativity!

Wishing you and your family a happy new year 2017!!

Merryn said...

Cool place this is. I guess many youngsters will love to hang around here.

Happy New Year to you and family, Rose.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I will loves this place...

Happy New Year to you and family...

anzerinchee アンゼリン said...

Dear Rose wish you and your family members at home HAPPY NEW YEAR. 2017 will be a much better year for everyone.

Ez Vina said...

arr, so many places I have not try yet.

Libby said...

I think guys will like the decor of this cafe as they are into bikes and cars

The Western food sounds very tasty and yummy

Happy 2017 to you and your family Rose

mun said...

Happy New Year to you and your family! Good of you to spend quality time with your sister and having nice delicious food.

Sharon D said...

What a cool name for a cafe! So many interesting restaurants where you live. They're very creative with the decor. ^.^