This morning, Riri & Thatha attended blessing ceremony of unknown couple at St. Laurensius Church, Alam Sutera, to check out the choir group Fleur de Lis. The church looked very grandiose from outside, and indeed very stunning inside. I really love the architecture that looks like cafes in small alleys of France.
Ruko Pasar 8, Alam Sutera
Bakmi Siantar 168
We ordered Bakmi Keriting Spesial, with suikiau, pangsit, bakso daging and egg. The noodle tastes very similar to Ernie in Kelapa Gading. The portion was quite big, enough for two people. The toppings were quite generous. I like how the vegetables are cooked nicely.
We stopped by at this small coffee shop after eating two bowls of noodles. The coffee shop was occupied by a group of family friends when we entered. I ordered East Java single origin black coffee using French Press. The female barista was a bit confused when I asked where exactly the bean came from, as she answered: West Java?
I have to admit that this coffee shop is very cost efficient, as there was only one employee who acted as barista, server and cashier. There are no heavy meal sold here, which means customers come merely for the coffee and other drinks.
Asagao Coffee House, Summarecon Serpong
I was curious what “Asagao” means, and I found out that it means morning glory, bell, or funnel-shaped. Why do they name the coffee house as Asagao? I didn’t find out the answer on my first visit.