It’s been awhile since I’ve been to a cafe. Life has been busy but over the weekend I managed to visit this place with a friend. It started to rain when we reached and the place was packed out. We found a quiet spot beside the window and enjoyed watching the rain drops outside.
Interesting side note: I did not know that this cafe was named after the Murakami book until later on.
The waffle’s earl grey flavored whipped cream was really yummy. I prefer my waffles fluffy but this one was a little hard. It was not not nice, but it was different. I’d come back for the space which although was packed didn’t feel too busy.
We ordered a cappuccino and a flat white. Both of which was really good.
They’re closed on Mondays, however, I went on a Monday which was a public holiday and called before hand to check if they were open. So give them a ring to find out if they’re open if you plan to go on such a day!
Address:6-1, Jalan 1/109E, Off Old Klang Road,Desa Business Park,
Taman Desa,58100 Kuala Lumpur.
Opening hours: Tue to Sun. 12pm- 8pm
It’s been awhile since I blogged about the cafe’s I’ve been to. Out of Seoul Cafe in Ativo Plaza, Damansara is a Korean based cafe (obviously). I loved the overall design of the cafe – Very quirky and colourful interior. When I visited Seoul, alot of the cafe’s were quirky in design too so perhaps it’s a Korean thing?
Vanilla Latte was the best!
Their marshmallow latte was just okay for me. Japchae is to die for. SO good. There were a lot of ingredients and the portion was huge and worth the money. (Rm18) Recommended for girls to share. 😉
Overall we had a great experience and would come back again! Great place to hang out for coffee and tea with your friends!
Address: Lot B-F-1 Block B No.1 Jalan PJU 9/1 Damansara Avenue, Bandar Sri Damansara, PJU 9, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
April is here! Reminds me or rainbows and butterflies~~~
Elaine and I ended march with a new coffee shop in Bangsar. We’ve heard good reviews about it so we decided to add it to our list of cafe’s to try out. Coffee Coffea in Bangsar was packed out. We ordered the Maestro Cappucino and Caramel Coolist for drinks and decided to try out the Hummingbird cake. The Coolist was a little too sweet for me but it did have a happy taste to it which I did like.
We really enjoyed the Cappucino. It was a good balance between being not toooo milky and not too sweet. The Hummingbird was really good too. Not too sweet and full of nuts! Really yummy. Although, I was not too sure about the cream cheese (I think) topping. The baristas were really friendly and the atmosphere was pretty goood. The atmosphere was a little on the dark side for me, and the choice of furniture was more hardscape furniture which was okay-ish for doing work etc etc, but I’m a fan of sofa’s so I may be biased in this case. I did love their little woven chairs which I unfortunately do not have any pictures of. But for the record, they were actually really comfy to sit on although they are a little lower than usual chair seating heights. I did enjoy the overall interior design but mostly i really loved the idea of how they mimic concrete panels for the wall finish. I believe it was painted to look like concrete panels. (An interesting and cheaper alternative!)