From Penang’s favorite cafe in KL to filling Chicken Ramen in Damansara Uptown and Italian flair at your favorite town, we’ve got the latest and hottest cafes in town you gotta check out best with your hangout buddy this March cuz it’s pretty fire!
5 New Cafes in KL to Visit for March 2019
#1 Urban Daybreak
Whipping out some Australian inspired menu and gaining fans all around Penang, Urban Daybreak has branched out to start their early mornings in Bangsar and we couldn’t be more excited to get our hands on their modern twist brunch favorites as early as 8 AM. From Urban’s Really Big Breakfast to Crispiest Fried Chicken Waffle the town has to offer, you’re in for an ultra-comforting cafe treat mate!
#2 Seniman Kakao
Ever wondered how our local cacao taste like? Wonder no more as Seniman Cacao sources out Malaysian produced kakao through Chocolate drinks that will leave you coming back for more! Rich in taste with a hint of sourness in sips and little sweet altogether, KL’s first ever bean to bar cafe will leave you surprised and luxurious with their Chocolate + Coconut Water alongside banana fritters on a hot sunny day!
Address: 29, Jalan Pudu Lama, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Hours: 8 AM to 11 PM. Opens daily
Phone: 03-7490 7788
#3 Super Ramen By Ru Di Fook
No one prolly ever predicted Ru Di Fook Would close down, revamp, newly locate themselves as Super Ramen By Ru Di Fook but they did and its a hit! Featuring their all-new ramen and cocktail bar, delight your aesthetic view and acquired palate with their King of Pork Chop Ramen. A crowd-pleasing Pork tomahawk enough to feed a table, beansprout, black fungus, egg, fish cake and whole lotta ingredients you’d find in a ramen bowl! Pair it up with one of their cocktail signatures and you’ve got yourself a super- fuzzy-evening.
#4 The Lolla Co
Beat the traffic and grab a cuppa at this new little nook located at Jalan Ampang as early as 7.30 AM. Offering sweet-savory delights like the Mariah Berry featuring Cajun roasted chicken paired with cranberry jam and a delicious, spicy mustard sauce, how can one have a bad morning when Mariah Crey herself is beaming at ya? For the coffee aficionados, Lolla’s smooth Flat White brewed with Common Man Coffee Roasters beans and Pain Au Raisin seems to me like a match made in the street of Kuala Lumpur.
#5 Zoe Bangsar
Lucky to be in a town where authentic flavors of cuisines are valued! Here at Zoe, pamper your Italian love through pasta, wines and delicious sharing plates as this new kid along Jalan Kemuja will serve your tastebuds with classics like Spinach and Chestnut Gnocchi, Lamb Ragu Pappardelle and Hazelnut Tiramisu prepared and composed with love by the passionate in house chef! Yet above all these lies a secret dish only some might know: Khao Soi: It’s Thai, It’s Spicy, It’s Worth Asking For.