Review: Findars at PanggongSean Yoong
April 2, 2014
Hand-brewed coffee and hand-painted craftsmanship collide at Findars, a Chinatown space that’s both a cafe and an art gallery.
Findars relocated this year from its former home in Wangsa Maju to this fourth-floor shop-lot on Panggong Road; a coffee bar tended by a sole barista was only partly operational when we visited on a serene Sunday afternoon in January, but it should be fully up and running now.
Coffee and Cookies
Meticulously prepared single-origin coffee, paired with raisin cereal cookies …
… or almond dark chocolate cookies. Other food was not available at that point.
Hide your children! January’s exhibition at Findars looked violently bloody; let’s hope peace has since prevailed.
Findars is also a venue for Monday movie nights, Friday music performances and more. See www.facebook.com/FINDARS.
Findars shares its building with another art gallery downstairs, Lostgens’ …
… as well as Aku Cafe and Gallery on the first floor of this building, which will host an intriguing exhibition of experimental artwork titled “Off Gravity: Into Contemplation” by Penang contemporary artist TC Liew on April 25-June 29.
Contact and Location Details:
4th Floor, No. 8, Jalan Panggong, Kuala Lumpur
Mon-Fri, 6pm-midnight; Sat-Sun, 2pm-midnight