A cafe and florist that not only serves coffee, but Asian rice bowls.
You may be surprised to learn that Kuala Lumpur is home to its very own…
The Morning After’s new menu features bread bowls, crepes, and the trendy charcoal latte.
A hidden gem in Taman Melawati, this quirky and cosy café is a great place for curling up with a good book and coffee, enjoying a comforting meal with friends, or simply indulging in a delicious dessert.
Aida Daniya’s setting might be its undeniable attraction, perched on a scenic slope of Fraser’s Hill. But its food passes muster too, with hearty fare like fried chicken with chips and cream sauce for lunch, and the obligatory scones, cakes and pies for tea.
Discretely tucked away in Petaling Jaya, Potter’s Cafe offers cakes and coffee in their art gallery.
The Bloom’s own-made tarts coupled with filter coffee and iced tea complements the calming and mellow piano music tinkling softly in the background.
This coffee stand may currently sport a bare-bones selection – sit down for an espresso or take away a flat white
TTDI’s calmest coffee house is a soothing space where the filter coffee is satisfactory
It’s nice to find eateries that work hard to own their niche. Cafe 5 serves purely two specialities – Belgian-inspired Liege waffles and interesting flavours of handcrafted ice cream.
For a casual brunch, White Sand Cafe’s speciality of tartines might please wholesome eaters
A cornucopia of cookies, crisp and fresh, buttery and chocolaty
KL’s latest coffee roaster and cafe boasts warm service with a genuine human touch, conveyed in a spacious, serene andpurple-loving space.
Step inside Q Cup Cafe and you’ll find a charming cafe that unabashedly professes its love for coffee.
This idyllic, inviting cafe delivers exactly what its name suggests – creamy house-made yogurt, with a selection of toppings