gaggan asia’s number one restaurant, is definitely not the stereotypical indian-as-you-know-it. elaborated punjub theme exuding exotic opulence with warm, vibrant colors and layers of texture.. is probably what you’d imagine. but instead you enter a stunning whitewashed colonial style wooden house where it makes you feel at home (despite the fact that you can’t help but feel a little uncomfortable with the bill that is soon to come your way).
i’m still quite confused as to what that shop on the right is called. it looks like someone put korean alphabets in a box, shuffled it about a million times, decided to lay it down in no particular order and pretend to be english.
kuala lumpur city guide for those who frequently make unplanned trips like i do. it was in kaizen coffee shop one morning when me and my colleague, sipping on our cup of jo, booked our flight to KL for the weekend. now let’s talk about impromptu decision disorder.