Monday, August 14, 2017

Biru San @ APW Bangsar

APW Bangsar's new alfresco Japanese-themed craft beer bar is another East Asian-inspired concept by the team behind the Kaiju Company Thai restaurant. The setting melds classic Japanese-produced arcade games (which customers can play) with decorative touches such as stickers & action figures of Godzilla, propelled by an upbeat soundtrack that swings from Osaka rapper Basi to Korean hip-hop star Keith Ape. 

Japanese bottles stake a major claim to the beverage list of 'Mr Beer,' with the familiar Hitachino Nest pale ales & lagers sharing the spotlight with the Yo-Ho Brewing Company's Tokyo Black Porter & Indo no Aooni IPA. But you'll also find Australian, English & Scottish brews, as well as sake, gin & whisky. Nibbles can be ordered from Kaiju next door - or just have some simple but satisfyingly smooth Hoegaarden or Guinness ice cream (RM12).

Biru San
APW Bangsar, Jalan Riong, Kuala Lumpur. Open Tues-Fri, 430pm-12am; Sat-Sun, 3pm-12am.

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8 comments:

  1. Looks interesting. This is where Case Study used to be right?

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    1. The Yum List: yes indeed - they've changed the look of the bar, so it's much less plant-based now ;)

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  2. I used to have those rattan chairs, all gone now. Dunno of any place here were we can get them, not anymore, I guess.

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    1. sometimes i see a large lorry park at the roadside with display of rattan chairs on display. look out for it when you are driving around town in the weekend.

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    2. Suituapui: i'm nostalgic about those kind of chairs too ;)

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    3. Sckhoo: appreciate the tip, thanks!

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  3. If this is next to Kaiju, that means Case Study is no more? ;)

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    1. Contact.ewew: yep, the bartenders of case study have moved on elsewhere!

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