8 Bright and White Cafes in KL and SelangorSean Yoong
August 13, 2015
1. Wild Sheep Chase in Taman Desa
No need to interrogate any magical mirror on the wall: Wild Sheep Chase might be the fairest of them all when it comes to the Klang Valley’s new breed of cafes that have opened this year with soothingly clean, white aesthetics.
Address: 6-1, First Floor, Jalan 1/109E, Desa Business Park
Read Review: Wild Sheep Chase at Taman Desa: Restaurant Preview
2. 46 By Project Gibraltar in Subang
The cool, clinical look of this desserts café & coffee bar belies the welcoming warmth of its friendly founders.
Address: 46, Jalan USJ 9/5P, Subang Jaya
3. Nara Kitchen & Co in Damnsara Uptown
The trendy setting here is a sparkling showcase for upbeat vibes & feel-good food in one of PJ’s most congested commercial enclaves.
Address: 61, Jalan SS 21/1A, Damansara Utama
4. Cake Jalan Tiung in Shah Alam
A polished white sheen forms the foundation for this cheerful cake shop, though it certainly isn’t lacking in other colours, with chocolate & strawberry cakes on the counter & blue & yellow origami birds floating from the ceiling.
Address: 31M, Jalan Tengku Ampuan Zabedah J 9/J, Section 9, Shah Alam
Read Review: Cake Jalan Tiung at Shah Alam: Restaurant Review
5. Mei By Fat Spoon in Desa Sri Hartamas
Fashionably chic in its whiteness, coupled with flourishes that simultaneously & stylishly evoke both the classic kopitiams & cutting-edge cafes.
Address: 22G, Jalan 27/70A, Desa Sri Hartamas
6. Kotakotak Café in Glenmarie
The whiteness here helps to create a sense of calm spaciousness, leading up to the back window where customers can sit & contemplate a verdant view.
Address: 8 Jalan Presiden F U1/F Accentra Glenmarie Seksyen U1
7. BRATS in Taman Paramount
This café is a fresh, white canvas that empowers its founders to cook up their own personal vision of hot dogs, painting with bold brush strokes as far as the food is concerned.
Address: 11 Jalan 20/13, Taman Paramount
8. Project B in Sentul
A bright new attraction in this neighbourhood, with a glowing philosophy: this marks the first F&B initiative by Malaysia’s Dignity For Children foundation, which has worked for the past 12 years to help underprivileged children break the cycle of poverty. At Project B, all proceeds go to the foundation’s education & training programmes.
Address: 25-G Jalan 11/48A, Sentul Raya Boulevard