Saturday, February 07, 2009

Talking cube.



I start of this post with a bias point of view: Chatterbox was probably the first Malaysian restaurant I've eaten in Melbourne although througout the years I've only been there 5-6 times. Situated in Tivoli Arcade along Bourke Street, after Delafrance, the Asian hairsaloon, the Asian hobby shop and the dubious Asian looking travel agent, is a soft spot of mine. And no doubt, a favourite among the RMIT Business students.

The food wasn't fantastic. But then again, I think people walk in the shop because they know they'll be getting what they expect.
The token special dish would be Bah Kut Teh, that special dish from my home town. I treat it with skepticism most of the time, but if you're curious here's a picture: