When I first arrived, I immediately counted how many cars that could park on their parking area. It was around 10 to 12 cars and that’s a good amount of slot for a starter, should think about how to get a bigger space though, 🙂
When you enter the inside of Noach Cafe & Bistro, you’ll see a waiting area on your left with a see through background (like an aquarium) that can be changed depending on what theme they wanted to display. While on the right side, you’ll see their bar and their cashier. By this stage, you can see that Noach Cafe & Bistro’s interior design is pretty industrial; a lot of solid wood installed, grey tiles, black pendant frame lamps, and a touch of green color from the faux leaves to make the look more alive.
|Private Dining Area|
The dining area of Noach Cafe & Bistro is pretty big, they have the indoor space (non smoking) nor the outdoor space (smoking). They have one private dining area and also a second floor outside (not finished yet). In total, I think they can accommodate around 150 people, but to be honest, after looking around, Noach Cafe & Bistro is looking more like a restaurant than a cafe. It’s not a bad thing though, just not fully in accordance with the concept that they’re trying to build in the first place.
It’s actually an Apple Mojito,
but they named it Maple Mojito. 🙂
Roasted Corn Soup with Garlic Crouton & Cheese Tuile (33k)
Mix Vegetable, Fruits Salad, served with Noach Dressing & Crouton (44k/33k)
Spaghetthi Aglio Olio with Bacon, Parmesan & Cheese Tuile (66k)
Pan Seared Salmon Saffron Risotto served ith Grilled Asparagus & Lemon Butter (122k)
Silky Green Tea Pannacotta served with Strawberry Coulis (33k)
– The Salmon was great, the risotto was too thick and sticky, it wasn’t the texture that we expected from a good risotto, but it tasted not bad. And for the garnish, it would be much better if they used the real asparagus than the canned one.
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