It’s the start of 2018 and we’ve already seen a number of new cafes popping up in Klang Valley like there’s no tomorrow! 😱
As there’s nearly a handful of them that are begging to be noticed, let us ease your café hunt with 5 halal cafes that we think every café-goer should visit! 🤤
Located in a quieter neighbourhood in Bangsar, Podgy is a hip café serving hearty brunch sets, delicious desserts and everyone’s favourite – coffee! 🙌🏼
Credit: Podgy on Facebook
Fun fact about this place - it was originally a café called Podgy and the Banker in Hartamas but it was sadly closed in mid 2017 ☹️
Fortunately for fans of this Instagrammable café, the owners have decided to start afresh and move to Bangsar under a new name after an extensive revamp 😊
Credit: Podgy on Facebook
It’s impossible not to fall in love with this café as the interior décor exudes tropical vibes amid the greenery galore and hexagonal tiles. Load up on savoury sandwiches or sweet waffles as you cosy up on an afternoon. Sounds like a fun treat! 😍
: 5 Lorong Kurau, Lucky Garden, Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours: Monday,
Thursdays – Sunday, 9.00am – 9.00pm. Closed on Tuesdays.Facebook
Credit: Dew on Facebook
Everyone can agree that Bangsar is quite the foodie enclave with all the cafes and restaurants around. Telawi, being the most lively neighbourhood in Bangsar has just recently welcomed a new bakery-florist café called Dew.
Opened by cake enthusiast, Jaslyn Rangson, this new, yet promising café not only sells cute desserts and pastries, but also specializes in fresh cut flowers and foliage! 🌸🌿
Credit: Dew on Facebook
With a minimalistic interior décor coupled with displays of pretty flowers on the counter tops and sweet aroma coming from the kitchen, Dew will not disappoint! We heard that their aesthetically-pleasing marble ball cakes are highly raved about and an absolute must-try! 😉
: 7, Jalan Telawi 2, 59100 Kuala Lumpur
: Tuesdays – Friday, 11.00am – 7.00pm, Saturday & Sunday, 11.00am – 8.00pm. Closed on Mondays.
3. Geographer Café
Looks like Melaka’s favourite café has finally landed in downtown Kuala Lumpur early this year, and people are going crazy! 😆
Credit: Geographer Café on FacebookThe Geographer is as its name suggests – a quaint café that
pays homage to the history of pre-Malaysia with historical memorabilia and old musical instruments hanging on the wall. Serving up a variety of fusion Malaysian food, this café is a must-visit!
Credit: Geographer Café on Facebook
If you visit during lunch, have a go at the Geographer’s Lunch Tray, an all-set that comes with Delhi Fried Rice with grilled chicken, side salads and a bowl of soup – looks good, doesn’t it? 😉
Jazz music enthusiasts, you’re in luck because Geographer Café hosts live Jazz music session on some nights, so if you’d like to see some jazzy action, be sure to check the schedule on their Facebook
: 93 Jalan Tun H.S. Lee, Kuala Lumpur
: Monday – Thursday & Sunday, 11.00am – 10.00pm, Friday & Satuday, 11.00am – 12.00am
4. Wizards at Tribeca
Credit: Wizards at Tribeca on Facebook
Jalan Imbi is no stranger to hipster cafes. The latest kid on the block, Wizards at Tribeca has definitely attracted throngs of café hunters who are looking to spice up their brunch options! 😋
Credit: Wizards at Tribeca on FacebookThe massive brunch spread served by this quirky café seems to be heavily influenced by
the Western (and a little bit of Italian) delicacies – like the La Napoletana, a pizza topped with lots of cheese, black olives, bell peppers and some spinach! 🤤
The cafe also boasts more food offerings with all day brunch options and desserts like the MangoMille Feuille
. And of course, no visit is complete without trying their signature hot chocolate!
Ground Floor, Residensi Tribeca, Jalan Imbi, Kuala Lumpur
Monday – Sunday, 10.00am – 10.00pm.
5. Amore Espresso Bar
Credit: Amore Espresso Bar on Facebook
We’re saving the best one for last! Located in the heart of Taman Tun Dr Ismail, this small yet chic café has got our hearts filled to the brim for its vibrant surroundings coming from the neon pink lights on the concrete walls! 😍
Credit: @denisejlee on Instagram
This second-floor café not only attracts Instagrammers for its quirky décor, but café-goers are also flocking into TTDI’s new gem for their food! Nasi Lemak lovers
, look up! 😍 This place is where you should head for their specialty Nasi Lemak Rendang sandwich! 😱
Credit: Amore Espresso Bar on FacebookOh, and if you’re craving for a cup of coffee, their Latte Softserve
will keep you full and happy 😌
24A, Jalan Datuk Sulaiman, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur
: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, 10.30am – 8.00pm, Thursday, 1.00pm – 8.00pm, Saturday & Sunday, 11.00am – 10.00pm.
Of course, we can’t possibly list down all the new cafes around Klang Valley, but if you do know of any which should be shared with the HHWT community, do help us out by leaving a comment below with your newfound spot! 😉
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