Friday, October 28, 2016

Iloha @ Telawi, Bangsar

This Japanese cafe offers fuss-free comfort food - omelettes with curry & vegetables, chicken with potatoes, salmon with rice & roe. It doubles as a 'cooking & cultural studio' that conducts classes on preparing Japanese recipes & learning the language.

21-1, Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur. Wed-Sun, 9am-6pm. Tel: 03-2202-2800 

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  1. They teach how to cook and speak Japanese? My girl would love to join, if only it were here.

    1. Suituapui: yeah, they have all sorts of classes here for folks into all things japanese :)

  2. Ohhh.. i knew about the language and cooking classes from FB ads but didn't know it is a daily serving meals cafe too!

    1. Rebecca: me neither until i walked past and saw a sign downstairs listing their specials :D

  3. I thought since you are going to Japan, you will skip Japanese food for now, haha.

    1. CK: hehe, whetting the appetite with some Japanese food in kl first ;)

  4. only for cooking classes? or can order food like a typical cafe there? :p

    1. Blurling: can order food!