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Top 10 New Cafes & Eateries To Visit In Klang Valley September 2020

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Happy September, foodies! Yes, we’re well into the month and honestly most of you are already looking forward to the next month. But before we do, let’s take a look at some of the new adventures you can embark on. We’ve compiled the top 10 new things to try in the city, so read on to find out which one’s you can go to next!

10 Brand New Spots To Visit This Month!

1. CHICHA San Chen 吃茶三千

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Hailing all the way from Taiwan, CHICHA San Chen is famous for their freshly brewed tea beverages. If you’re a tea connoisseur, don’t miss their first ever outlet at Pavilion, KL! Definitely give their signature Bubble Milk Tea that’s made up of black tea, cream and boba. Another crowd favourite is their Dong Ding Oolong Fresh Milk Tea, heavily infused with oolong tea in every sip.

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Address: 6.01.01, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Hours: (DAILY) 10AM – 10PM

Status: Muslim-Friendly

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

2. Rán 冉

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Hidden inside of The Canvas Hotel is a similarly chic and modern cafe – Rán 冉. Boasting clean minimalistic designs with marble tables, you’re sure to take a million pictures for your feed here. Of healthy poké bowls and strawberry/tomato-filled toast, this is the perfect spot for brunching with friends!

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Address: The Canvas Hotel, Jalan Batu Nilam 16, Bandar Bukit Tinggi 2, 41200 Klang, Selangor

Hours: (DAILY) 9AM – 11PM

Status: Muslim-Friendly

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

3. Phil’s Pizza

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Nothing tops a slice of heavenly pizza filled with all sorts of cheesy goodness. Although a newbie in the busy streets of Bangsar, Phil’s Pizza is making heads turn with its cute, vibrant decor and divine smell of fresh pizzas. Their pizzas are not only wallet-friendly too, but one slice is big enough to fill you up. Then, wash it all down with their home-made sodas too!

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Address: 8A, Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Hours: (TUE – SUN) 11AM – 11PM | Closed Mondays

Status: Muslim-Friendly

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

4. HappyLemon

Moving on, here’s another beverage/dessert place to quench your thirst in the Bukit Bintang area. Internationally known for its Salted Cheese drinks, HappyLemon has so much more to offer. From Matcha smoothies to Tea infused drinks, you’ll spend days thinking what you want. Munch on their highly addictive Bubble Waffle for a light snack.

Address: LTC/T9 & LTC/T10, Bintang Terrace, Lot 10 Shopping Centre, 50, Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur

Hours: (DAILY) 10AM – 10PM

Status: Muslim-Friendly

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

5. Core by The Mechanic

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From the brains of The Mechanic in Cheras, comes another minimalistic beauty – Core By The Mechanic. Nestled in the corner, the simple nameplate immediately pops out amongst the rest of the shop. Head on in for a good cup of coffee and pair it with a selection of decadent cakes and pastries they have to offer.

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Address: D-G-12 (Ground Floor) Medan Connaught, No 1, Jalan 3/144A, 56000 Kuala Lumpur

Hours: (DAILY) 11AM – 10PM

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

6. Atap by Pagi Coffee Co.

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Next up, is this quaint little coffee shop at the lively streets of SS15. Located inside of a local tattoo shop, Atap by Pagi Coffee Co. is your new breakfast/ break-time spot. Get your coffee fix right here with their freshly brewed coffees, or grab a quick bite of the ultimate comfort food. No frills – just good coffee and oozing grilled cheese sandwich here.

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Address: 28-2, Jalan SS15/4, SS15 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Hours: (TUE-SUN) 8AM – 6PM | Closed On Mondays

Status: Muslim-Friendly

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

7. Toast Bar

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Bread is love, bread is life! Taking toast to a whole new level is Toast Bar – specialising in gloriously curated sandwiches packed with overflowing fillings. Each mouthful has flavours exploding in every bite! If you’ve been wanting to try the Korean famous sandwich, here’s the place to satiate that craving without flying all the way there.

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Address: 37G Jalan 20/7, Paramount Garden 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Hours: (WEEKDAYS) 8AM – 5PM | (WEEKENDS) 8AM – 6PM

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

8. Nguyen’s

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Be prepared to Pho in love with this next place located right inside of 163 Retail Park! Satisfy your cravings for authentic Vietnamese food right here at Nguyen’s. Decked out in vibrant colours and beautiful gold and marble decor, it’s perfect for a girl’s night out with comfort food. Definitely come here for their aromatic Pho topped with huge servings of tender beef slices!

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Address: 1F-15, 163 Retail Park 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Hours: (DAILY) 11AM – 10PM

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

9. Niko Neko 2.0

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This next cafe needs no prior introduction. Rejoice, matcha lovers! Niko Neko has opened a second outlet right in the heart of KL and it’s near to Pasar Seni MRT. This means more easy access to matcha goodness all day, every day! Besides, be prepared to flood your album with pictures of this place because it’s a minimalist’s heaven.

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Address: 181, Jalan Tun H S Lee, 50000, Kuala Lumpur

Hours: 11am – 630pm, Daily; Closed on Mondays

Status: Muslim-friendly

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

10. Spacegrey

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Another hidden gem nestled inside of Floralreef, a floral shop, Spacegrey is a short escape from the madness of the city. Mainly serving coffees and pastries for a light snack, you must try their signature bottled concoctions of specialty drinks like Coffee Juice or Matcha Milk. But one that caught our eyes are their Soft Baked Cocoa Cookies filled with Oozing Matcha in it!

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Address: 149a, Jalan SS 2/24, SS 2, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Hours: (DAILY) 10AM – 6:30PM | Closed On Tuesdays

Status: Muslim-friendly

Link(s): Instagram

Which One Will You Be Visiting Soon?

There you have it – 10 brand new cafes and desserts to try out this month! We can’t wait to see what else is in store for the following month. Meanwhile, we’ll be stuffing our faces with all the delicious finds in the city. Tag your eating buddy in the comment section below! Happy cafe-hopping!

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