#BuroEats: 5 New cafes in KL to visit for November 2018
Eat and snap
In short, it's a cafe in a glasshouse but Instagram-worthy points aside, the menu is sure to delight with a good mix of Asian and Western dishes as well as desserts.
Address: MAHSA Universiti, Jalan Universiti Campus, Jalan Elmu, Off Jalan Universiti, Petaling Jaya
Opening hours: 9am - 9pm
Phone: 012 221 3728
2. Catcher in the rye
The new kid on the Seksyen 17 block comes from the same minds as Taman Desa's Wild Sheep Chase and it's exactly the kind of cafe you can unwind at with its neutral toned interior dashed with an abundance of natural light and leafy elements. On the menu is a wide variety of comfort food, desserts and good coffee.
Address: 605, Jalan 17/12, Seksyen 17, Petaling Jaya
Opening hours: 11am - 7pm (Fri - Sun)
Over in KL is a cafe worth exploring for two good reasons: Hokkaido-inspired soup curries for the soul and a Pinterest-worthy interior you won't want to leave. They also have a few Japanese fusion breakfast items such as okonomiyaki waffle and a mashed avocado toast.
Address: 38, Jalan 1/77A Off Jalan Imbi, Jalan Changkat Thambi Dollah
Mon - Thurs: 7.30am - 3pm | 6pm - 12am
Fri - Sun: 7.30am - 3pm | 6pm - late
4. Vintage 1988 Cafe
What was originally an accessories brand, Vintage 1988 has recently branched out to open a cafe on Jalan Sultan, specialising in coffee, desserts and a cosy space.
Address: 34, Jalan Sultan, City Centre, Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: 9am - 11pm (Sun - Thurs) | 9am - 12am (Fri - Sat)
5. Road to Emmaus
Subang folks would probably have passed by this hidden gem. Still relatively new with a humble menu of coffee, tea, kombucha, sandwiches and cakes, the community cafe is great for quiet and intimate catch-ups.
Address: 8, Jalan SS19/5B, Subang Jaya
Opening hours: Varies (check Instagram for updates). Closed on Mon