Monday, March 23, 2015

CL.Inc, W.Inc & TH.Inc @ Bangsar

It's been nearly four months since DR.Inc sprang up in Bangsar, swiftly establishing itself as an essential neighbourhood space. Now, the next phase of its founders' master plan is taking shape, with the formal unveiling of CL.Inc, W.Inc & TH.Inc.
Earlier introduction to DR.Inc: December 3, 2014.

The short story: CL.Inc is the first floor above DR.Inc; it's available to rent for events, meetings & social celebrations, offering a casual & colourful alternative to typical function rooms. Booking packages start from RM2,800 nett for up to 25 people, with house sandwiches, snacks & coffee provided for four hours. This space will also host W.Inc, which refers to bespoke workshops that'll be regularly scheduled; expect interactive silkscreen classes next month & freestyle painting sessions later.

The folks of DR.Inc/CL.Inc/W.Inc will also boldly venture into publishing - in May, brace for the inaugural issue of a quarterly in-house magazine titled TH.Inc, which will serve as a platform for writers, customers & other contributors to voice their views on everything from culture to coffee. Expect insightful perspectives & bitingly honest commentaries.

 Speaking of bites, DR.Inc has expanded its repertoire to serve 'Sunday Surprise' meals, lovingly made by local cooks. Bella's nasi lemak sells out every time, thanks to its intensely fragrant flavour, while Halim's tender oxtail soup is the soul-food equivalent of Mom's hug. And now that the section upstairs is open, DR.Inc patrons have more space to explore & linger in.

CL.Inc, W.Inc & TH.Inc
8 Jalan Kemuja, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur

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16 comments:

  1. Sean,

    This is a lovely place! I like everything here from the decor, the art...and the food displays.

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    1. Linda: you're totally right, there's a lot to like here! :)

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  2. Very artistic decor! Ummm...is it my eyes or the nasi lemak and the serimuka pics are a little blurry? My favourites!

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    1. Suituapui: i'm a fan of seri muka too, and i couldn't resist having a bite. ooo, don't adjust your eyes ... i got my camera settings wrong, and those pics did turn out blurry, heh :)

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  3. I like the nasi lemak wrappers!

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    1. Footfringe: heheh, yeah, arguably the prettiest nasi lemak wrappers ever :D

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  4. It all looks a little crowded. I might get lost in the stuff. It does have a charm to it though.

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    1. The Yum List: yeah, they might be treading the fine line between cutesy and clutter, but so far, i think it's all good :)

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  5. I like the extra touch to the nasi lemak wrapper

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    1. Ken: a great artistic touch from people who care a lot about design :)

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  6. can't help myself but looking at the deco & see what ideas I can steal for the house. lol.

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    1. KY: heheh, i figure they'll be flattered if you feel like borrowing inspiration from them :)

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  7. place looks good! a nice mix of east west and a rather cozy with some grandness touch in the interiors.

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    1. Missy: that's a nice and very apt description of this place! :)

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  8. Saw Meena's pic of the nasi lemak .. If I'm not mistaken (I could be) .. She did reply to one of her FB comments taht it's RM20???

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    1. Rebecca: ooo, i'm pretty sure it's below RM10 per packet actually ... i don't know the exact price, since they were giving away the nasi lemak for free during the c.linc launch :)

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