January 17th, 2020
Tag: Hidden Cafe
Helmed by Malaysian mother-&-wife team Amanda & Aika, this new hidden cafe offers a slice of cosy calm in Taman Desa, with a selection of Japanese snacks & fusion fare inspired by Amanda's years of living in Tokyo; expect everything from onigiri & inari sushi to ebi fry with curry rice & chicken katsu with toasted bread, with most servings costing between RM6 & RM20.
This intensely atmospheric bar is poised to be one of 2016's most popular caverns of cocktails, lit with crimson lanterns & neon calligraphy that translates into Petaling Street's Cantonese name, evoking some ethereal scene from a Wong Kar-wai movie.
If you're looking for a calm, beautiful hideout for lunch or dinner, Vanilla Sky is a solid bet, since it's secluded & remains undiscovered by the crowds.
Fort Knox can keep its bullions - Bangsar's new Bean Reserve aims to mine KL's current affection for cafes by beguiling customers with a bounty of luxurious soft-serves, loaded sandwiches & luscious coffee that's touted to be as 'good as gold.'
KL's newest speakeasy-style cocktail bar is an intimate hideout that strives to evoke the spirit of Prohibition-era America, complete with wanted posters of Al Capone and U.S. newspaper clippings that hark back to nearly a century ago.
Fashion and food are woven together with flair at Bukit Damansara's M Cafe, a culinary spin-off of batik house Meesha Sukira.
Meet Bangsar's newest hidden cafe, helmed by Lynette, Christopher and a band of their fellow advertising executives whose 'brewing-and-jamming' concept space seems set to spark substantial word-of-mouth.