Monday, March 16, 2015

Big Three Cafe & Happy Arowana Aquarium @ Puchong

Is it a cafe or a fish store? Both; take a table near these tanks of arowanas & goldfish, & your time here will go by swimmingly.

Big Three isn't exactly a novelty cafe though; it's serious about coffee, serving siphon brews constructed with single-origin beans from across Asia, Africa & South America (RM8.50), alongside organic tea (RM7) & Valrhona hot chocolate (RM9).

 Food's limited to bird's nest soup & pastries - cinnamon swirls - baked to order. Cheese platters are offered on advance order.

A mini-library is available; books on fly fishing & aquarium fish caught our eye (though we saw some gardening titles too).

Big Three Cafe & Happy Arowana Aquarium
7-G, Jalan Puteri 2/2C, Bandar Puteri Puchong. Business hours subject to change; call 012-2202-025 to check

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12 comments:

  1. Johor already have this kind of cafe before Puchong one

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    1. Hew: ooo, guess it's good to combine both the fish & food businesses if the owners have an interest in both :)

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  2. First time coming across a restaurant serving bird's nest!

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    1. Baby Sumo: heh, yeah, i think the owners are involved in some sort of edible bird's nest supply :)

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  3. I guess if your idea of a pet is a fish (or fishes), then you'd surely like to dine amongst fishes!:D

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    1. Contact.ewew: heheh, and dining amongst the fishes is better than sleeping with the fishes! :D

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  4. Lovely place, and I really like the aquarium concept. :)

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    1. Linda: yeah, it's kinda unusual, but it's a fun set-up :)

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  5. Single origin coffee with bird's nest soup, interesting combination! Hehehe.

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    1. CK: haha, ya, i'm used to the coffee but not so used to the bird's nest at cafes :)

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  6. I doubt there will be unpleasant smell emit from the aquarium when dining =.="

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    1. Choi Yen: oh, no worries, the aquarium area and cafe are separated by a glass partition :)

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