Feast and Furious Cafe
Inside the cafe, you’re surrounded by vehicles and motorsports collectibles. Bikes were in the middle of the room, hanging on the ceiling and even stored under your feet!
Love these crazy helmets!
Alex, the cafe’s owner did a really goodÂ job with the interior design all by himself. It had a very comfortable and classy museum-cafe feeling to it.
Here’s an artwork by a friend, Tan Siaw Chia. Apparently there’s a little more coloring to be done!
The girls had an omelette each. It tasted good, rich and was filling too! Saw some pretty cakes in the fridge as well,Â which I shall probably try next time. Heard the steak is spot on. Can’t wait to come back!
Here’s a little congratulatory gift I painted a little last minute for the opening. More pictures of that on artsydaphy.com.
Menu as the table mat!
The kiasu first few customers hahaha.
We also met a few Australians who flew all the way to Kuching just to check out the cafe! When we arrived, one of them came to me and told me how they were watching the progress of the cafe on Facebook – from the mural work to the cars being transported into the cafe. That was awesome. Forgot to take a picture with them as we were so excited about everything lol.
Definitely an iconic place to hang out in Kuching. Where else can you get such an impressive collection of vehicles, collectibles, and records of an adventurer’s life displayed for all in once cozy setting with great food.