The only thing missing here, was a drinking joint.
Enter Mrs Jones’ Parlour. Opened this October and is at this time, the only cocktail bar in the area. There are no clear signboards to this bar, so look out for Tujoh cafe.
The second you step into the parlour, deja vu. It brings us back to the late 70’s with its furnishing and deco. Ah FA said that it reminded her of her late granddad's home. Very nostalgic and cosy.
This is related to the speakeasy bar in TTDI, the Pawn Room and sister wine bar, The Private Room.
|With gins from Australia, the UK, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Netherlands. Scotland, Slovenia, Spain, Thailand and USA, you'll be quite spoilt with choices.|
Mrs Jones’ parlour meanwhile, is a gin bar with a small selection of wine. There's also a selection of gin-based cocktails and homemade infused gins too.
|4 types of gin infusions.|
Drinks and bottles are generally well-priced. Their happy hours are from 5-8pm where you get 2 glasses of gin (and tonics) for RM40 nett.
|All the happy hour gin choices you can choose from - not bad.|
|Schweppes is used for happy hour but there are 2 premium tonic brands you can choose from with various flavours.|
There are bites to go with the drinks as well by Tujoh cafe downstairs.
|Food is available until Tujoh closes. Creamy (tom yum? spicy?) soft shell crab was DA BOMB.|
I can see people just coming out here to chill with friends, while waiting for queues for the eateries downstairs to clear.
|Amoi Melon (RM 35) - Tanqueray, Midori, lemon, agave, watermelon juice, beaten egg white.|
There are 4 cocktails to choose from now - easy-drinking sweet gin-based concoctions from RM35-RM45.