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Thank you so much for the rating. Liked what you read? Like or share it to your friends!Got A Question?Ask UsAntipodean café has always been well-known for its Australian-style big breakfast – served with delicious bacon, sautéed mushrooms, scramble eggs, baked beans and toasts. Having said that, the coffee itself wasn’t too bad either. In fact, the term “With great breakfast comes great coffee” can be applied here. Coffee served was aromatic, smooth but a little mild. Best of all, the pricing was relatively reasonable with a cup of hot latte going for RM9.More info
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Thank you so much for the rating. Liked what you read? Like or share it to your friends!Got A Question?Ask UsLocated right in the middle of Bangsar Village 2, lies Artisan Coffee Bar – a café where its aromatic coffee beans spread through the entire complex. Even upon arrival at the ground floor, the rich and fragrant scent was noticeable 2 floors up, there is where Artisan Coffee Bar is located. Recommendations includes the Affogato at RM12, Red Espresso at RM6 and Fresh Red at RM11.More info
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Thank you so much for the rating. Liked what you read? Like or share it to your friends!Got A Question?Ask UsUnlike most of the cafes mentioned here, Chawan takes on a different approach towards coffee and its customers. Instead of serving fancy, machine-brewed coffee, Chawan offers a more traditional-styled approach. Using greenish-patterned-cups, most recognizable and influential during the 80s and 90s coffee shops as an alternative towards contemporary latte, espresso or cappuccino cups; Chawan strives to bring diners through an nostalgic experience with its food and of course, coffeeMore info
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Thank you so much for the rating. Liked what you read? Like or share it to your friends!Got A Question?Ask UsLocated on a street populated by NSTP (New Straits Times Press) and China Press buildings in the nearby area, Pulp café is considered a hidden gem within the Bangsar location. In case you are wondering about the industrial-like setup in this café, it used to be an old printing company. At the front entrance, there’s a white-coloured tagline against the glass wall that reads “A City That Deserves Great Coffee”. True to their promise, their coffee range is top notch. But most of all, they also offer creative types of coffee such as Suke Quto (a medium-bodied coffee which has an aromatic hint of citrus and candy-like sweetness) and Nuts + Bolts (a fruity and nutty-rich coffee). Then there’s Cold Brew (love the cough syrup-like bottle), a refreshing coffee best consumed with ice and also an ideal drink to counter against the frequently hot weather in KL!More info
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