In Stranger Than Fiction, which I just finished watching; you'll learn that tragedy isn't the always best way for a writer to end his or her fictional work. Other alternative could be making it darkly comedic life changing experience that'd let your characters appreciate life to the fullest.
Well, I'm not going to write more about the movie but rather enjoying my evening here in KL, at a new coffee joint in town; Hollys Coffee. Once you think that the Koreans have already came here big way with their automotive brands, cellphones, liquid crystal display products, computers, paints, kimchi, BBQ seafood-meat, etc; their entrepreneurs are now exploring a new territory; gourmet coffee cafe.
It's quite a nice experience to be at the opening day of Hollys Coffee, a Korean coffee joint which just made its first presence here in Malaysia, to be exact at the Cineleisure of The Curve in Damansara Perdana. I am surrounded by Koreans of whom I'm guessing must be the owners, their community here, guests of honor, string quarter playing some nice music, and those like me, wanted to try out a different coffee experience.
I was greeted at the counter by cute-lovely-fair-skinned-like-the-white-snow Ms. Jennifer; whom I found out is from Korea asking me what I wanted and was kind enough to answer my questions on where the coffee served in this store are from. Apparently, it's from all over the world, only to be roasted and grounded in Korea.
I asked for hot caramel macchiato to go. It was OK, not too strong and not too sweet like what's served at Starbucks. I wish it was strong though. Perhaps, they were using mild beans or perhaps single shot espresso as base; but I don't know. You can also try out their cakes and danish.
There are two laptops for customers to use and here I am, happily blogging and drinking my Korean coffee while waiting for my next appointment to start.
I would love to hear your experience at Hollys Coffee.