See, I told you we almost ate the entire menu of La Kaffa cafe at Taiwan Day 1. Today, this is mushroom sauce spaghetti.
All the meals come with a set order. Sometimes its difficult to make decision since all of them looked so delicious. It takes a reasonable time to prepare one meal.
Here’s what’s in my mind the entire time while I am having this meal.
If I were to operate this La Kaffa cafe, what are my…
- turn over
- preparation time
… after initial calculation, I rather be selling 生肉面. Paling wun zun!
Fruit waffle to feast you eye.
Lots of effort goes into food preparation.
I am more into “basic and clean” when it comes to food. But when I serve ZenQ to customers, I will make an effort to make it good looking.
Maybe I’m born a business man after all.
As written on the wall behind me,
“La Kaffa – Chatime – ZenQ” are under the same big group. This company is preparing to go IPO during our meeting in 2012. I believe they are in the final phase of becoming a listed company in 2013.
Ah, some day… my turn.
I want have a listed company by selling sheng rou mian 生肉面 and guo tie 锅贴.
**Meeting started in morning, and ended around 6pm. I probably lost few kg from negotiations**
The real definition for “old school”
This restaurant brings the word “old school” to it’s basic and original meaning.. the theme of this restaurant is literally OLD SCHOOL, bukan main-main.
In this restaurant you can find all the items you usually find in an old class room.
Suddenly I feel like stepping in into a movie scene.
/camera snap snap snap
Look at the text book.
… it’s actually a menu.
I sibeh like!!!!!!!
Felt like primary school again, lol.
猪油饭, literally means pork lard rice.
Every thing is perfect when there’s pork lard involved.
The food are surprisingly delicious – from my past experience, the fancier the restaurant is (rated by how many photos I take), the more disappointed the food is. But the food here really surprises me.
Om nom nom nom we finished every thing on table while nodding countless times of head.
Nodding = good.