Every once in a while, we love taking our cafe-hunt to the next level by seeking out ones with unique features. Whether that's a place surrounded with lush decor
or a spot oozing rustic vibes
, you'll be pleasantly surprised to know that there are plenty of cool spaces in KL and Selangor that await you. This time around, we're bringing a list of Muslim-friendly glasshouse cafes to the table for you and your friends to catch up at over the weekend!
Pokok is a glasshouse-inspired eatery that has always been the go-to spot for a meal in a gorgeous setting. With a bright and airy vibe from all the natural light streaming in, you won’t have to worry about capturing beautiful pictures here. Even as you wait in line for a table, it's the perfect chance to capture some gorgeous photos outdoors with greenery surrounding you.
Uses halal-certified ingredients
Open daily; 10AM-8PM
MAHSA Avenue, Block B, Jalan Elmu, off, Jalan Universiti, 59100 Kuala Lumpur
+603 8408 1811
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2. POLA DOLA Cafe & Kitchen
Located at Ardence Labs in Setia Alam, dine under the sky at POLA DOLA Cafe & Kitchen. Perfectly made for unwinding and catching up with friends in a beautiful setting, enjoy the lush decor and natural light while you feast on a variety of dishes like meatball marinara, nasi goreng with sambal udang, iron-grilled lamb shoulder and golden chicken chop.
Read more about this charming glasshouse cafe here
Uses halal ingredients. No alcohol, pork or lard is used or served.
Open daily; 11AM-10PM
: L33, PT8, Persiaran Setia Alam, Eco Ardence, 40170 Shah Alam, Selangor, MalaysiaFacebook | Instagram
3. Ink Library Cafe
If you'd like to rekindle your passion for reading, why not do it at the Ink Library Cafe? With rows of shelves filled with books, this is a great place to bury your nose in a good story while enjoying its peaceful setting. And if you get hungry midway through reading, the cafe serves up all sorts of delicious dishes to satisfy your cravings.
Uses ingredients sourced from halal-certified suppliers. No pork, lard and alcohol is used or served.
Sat-Tue & Thu; 11AM-10PM, Fri; 11AM-12.30PM, 2.30PM-10PM (closed on Wednesday)Address: Grandeur Labs, Lot 6232, Persiaran Mokhtar Dahari, Eco Grandeur 42300 Puncak Alam, Selangor, MalaysiaContact: +
6016-621 8171Facebook | Instagram
4. The Glass House
With a name befitting its exterior, The Glass House is a charming cafes nestled in Damansara Perdana. Step into the double-storey eatery and feel a sense of peace once you step into its minimalist space. Grab a table and enjoy yourself a cup of their coffee, using filter coffee beans that's been brought in from a famous Melbourne roaster. Or if you're here for a meal, dig into the various Western meals they have to offer and finish up with some of their yummy pastries.
Uses halal ingredients. No pork, lard and alcohol is used or served.Opening hours:
Mon-Fri; 9AM-7PM, Sat; 10AM-7PM, Sun; 10AM-5PMAddress:
Lot C109, Metropolitan Square, Jalan PJU 8/1, Damansara Perdana, 47820 Petaling Jaya, SelangorContact:
+603-7665 2411Facebook | Instagram
5. Delectable by Su
If you're looking for a sweet afternoon tea set to brighten your day, then you've got to visit Delectable by Su! This bakery café serves up the most adorable pastries, cupcakes, and other finger foods at its Delectable Dessert Cafe at Glasshouse.
Halal-certified ingredients used. Some seasonal bakes or desserts may include alcohol but these are clearly labelled. We advise you to ask the staff for more information and to dine at your own discretion.
Open daily; 8AM - 6PM
Level 2, Glasshouse at Seputeh, 17 Lorong Syed Putra Kiri, 50460, KL
So what are you waiting for? It's time to make plans to visit these charming glasshouse cafes in the city!