Cafe Javas or rather CJs, this is a restaurant that has had more column articles written about it than the Vice President of this land. Unfortunately the result of all the hype is very high expectations. Of course with a fair amount of skepticism thrown in for good measure.
The Cafe Javas menu is impressive and the portions surprisingly ample, but for the vegetarians amongst us, there is very little to choose from. The prices are what you would expect from a restaurant that seems to revel in its reputation for being exclusive and wishes to remain so.
If your sole purpose of choosing this restaurant is for a romantic dinner, then this is not the place for you. Too bright, too flashy and far too many waiters in tight-fitting garments. It’s all rather impersonal and the plastic bucket chairs can’t be pushed close enough together for a sneaky touchy-feely under the table.
This is probably where you would take your Kololo-status in-laws to impress. Another thing, if you happen to sit next to the door, be in the know that it’s always open to allow access. This means the restaurant is bloody cold! Especially on rainy days such as this.
So, ladies and gentlemen, this restaurant has good food, great coffee, thick juice. And their pastries can impress even the most wicked sceptic. But I must warn you though, their price list reads:- “Get-the-hell-outta-here-if-you-have-less-than-50k-for-good-lunch”.
Spoiler; their food only tastes nice in your mouth for 2 minutes, after that, it becomes old real fast.
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