P.O.R.T. hosted a breaking of fast event for members of the press on Friday night at its own cafe in Ipoh town that goes by the name of Black District. It was also in conjunction with the reopening of the eatery, which now boasts a primarily seafood menu.
Black District, befitting its name, has a dark theme of black and wood. It’s quite an interesting colour and material combination plus an eye-catching spiral staircase. Hence, I can imagine it making a perfect venue for those who are seeking a “vintage” or “grunge” feel to their photographs.
Located in front of the Children’s Playground near KAMDAR, Black District is offering a Buka Puasa Buffet at only RM15.90 (adult) and RM9.90 (child). The menu includes butter rice, black pepper lamb, roasted chicken and salad kabsah to wash down with pandan syrup.
It has been a long time since I visited P.O.R.T. (People Of Remarkable Talents), located along Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah (formerly Tiger Lane). Although the entire management team has changed, I am glad to see how far P.O.R.T. has come since its establishment.
By the way, if you love the arts, you should check out the programmes that P.O.R.T. initiates. With the tagline of “Unity Through Arts”, P.O.R.T. strives to bring communities together through different art forms, whether it is in painting, art installation, photography or others.
Event: P.O.R.T. Iftar with Media
Venue: Black District
Add: No. 13, Jalan Raja Musa Aziz, 30300 Ipoh (1st floor)
Date: 9th June, 2017
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