#BUROEats: 9 New cafes and restaurants in the Klang Valley to visit in July 2022
1. Breakfast Spot
Making its debut along the increasingly popular Jalan Sin Chew Kee, Breakfast Spot lives up to its name as the latest cafe in Bukit Bintang for your first meal of the day. The double-storey space was formerly a homestay before it was refurbished to its current state, featuring a glasshouse-style patio and striking green and white facade. Inside, monochromatic murals juxtapose neatly potted greens, setting a charming ambiance with plenty of photogenic corners. Kitchen service starts as early as 8am, with options including pancakes, French omelette, and a DIY Big Breakfast, accompanied by your preferred cup of coffee or tea.
Address: 2, Jalan Sin Chew Kee, Bukit Bintang, 50150 Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: 8am to 6pm daily
Bangsar’s new cafe cum event space boasts distinctively Nordic-style interiors with white-on-white furniture and fixtures. Imagine scattered pebbles for seats and fine objets d’art placed carefully on tables occupying the upper floor of a sunlit shoplot in the Telawi area and you’ll get the picture. The cafe’s humble assortment of pastries takes inspiration from Parisian boulangeries and patisseries, comprising buckwheat sourdough loaves, decadent cakes, and imported macarons from France.
Address: 34-1, Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: 8am to 8pm (Mondays to Thursdays) | 8am to 10pm (Fridays to Sundays)
3. Take A Bow
Take A Bow just opened its doors at The Sphere in June, but is already fast becoming a hotspot among the city’s cafe-hopping crowd. It’s not hard to see why, thanks to its cosy cottage-inspired aesthetic and laid-back atmosphere. Established by Third Wave—which is also responsible for Sunbather Coffee right next door—the new concept encourages customers to “celebrate the tiny victories” in life, and what better way than with a good meal? The current soft-launch menu features a variety of dishes with international influences, such as Turkish Eggs, Banh Mi on Avo, and Swedish meatballs.
Address: UG-5, The Sphere, Jalan Kerinchi, Bangsar South, 59200 Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: 10am to 10pm daily
4. Tsubaki Omakase
Can’t get enough of omakase dining? Add TTDI’s Tsubaki Omakase to your list next, and let the chef take you through an ever-changing menu of dishes highlighting carefully selected premium ingredients. Each menu is personalised according to your selected omakase set (prices range from RM298 to RM1,298), with seasonal add-ons or a la carte orders including donburi, uni temaki, and foie gras.
Address: Greens Terrace, Unit No.G-1, Jalan Wan Kadir 3, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: 11am to 2.30pm (lunch), 5.30pm to 10.30pm (dinner) | Closed on Mondays
5. Nost KL
Ampang folks have a quaint new spot to check out for coffee and desserts: Nost KL. The unassuming eatery evokes a hint of nostalgia with its choice of furniture and lighting, from antique-looking lamps to classic wooden chairs and tables. Expect Japanese inflections in the soft-launch menu, featuring croissants served with egg mayo, crabstick, mentaiko, bonito flakes and nori, as well as the signature daifuku mochi. Good news for pet owners—your furry friends are welcome too!
Address: Jalan MPL 3, OFF, Jalan Merdeka, 68000 Ampang, Selangor
Opening hours: 10am to 6pm daily
6. Owlsome Cafe
Owlsome Cafe is the latest venture by the team behind The Owls Cafe, nestled beside The Next Chapter in Bukit Jalil. A textured coffee counter and terrazzo tabletops highlight the cafe’s clean, minimalist interiors, with bright orange seats and tall yellow tables adding a pop of colour in one corner. Here, customers can enjoy a range of sandwiches, pastries, and coffee while looking out to a serene field of greenery through the cafe’s floor-to-ceiling windows.
Address: Lot E1.04 & E1.05, Institut Block Level 1, Calvary Convention Centre, 1, Jalan Jalil Perkasa 1, Taman Teknologi Malaysia, 57100 Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: 8am to 5pm daily
7. After One
You don’t have to wait until After One (o’ clock) to drop by this quirky new cafe and event space in KL. Located off Yap Kwan Seng road, After One welcomes visitors for a taste of its pork-free and vegan-friendly menu which comprises breakfast classics, Italian-style lunch dishes (such as gnocchi and pasta), small bites, salads, and desserts. Interior-wise, the contemporary space has a unique design characterised by a mix of different furniture styles with a vibrant colour palette. There’s also a spacious outdoor dining area with fun little nooks and corners to explore—the perfect playground for photography addicts.
Address: 1, Persiaran Lidcol, Jalan Yap Kwan Seng, Kampung Baru, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: 9am to 6pm, Tuesday to Sunday (closed on Monday)
8. Offbeat Coffee Bar
Tucked inside the Matahari Building next to Powerhouse in Desa Sri Hartamas, Offbeat Coffee Bar makes a cool new entry in the neighbourhood for a cuppa Joe. Even if you’re not a gym-goer or a fan of spinning classes, this unique space marches to the (off)beat of its drums so much so that it’s sure to draw the cool kids for a visit. Aside from espresso and matcha crafted beverages, the menu also includes a decent selection of bagels and toast.
Address: 1, Jalan 48/70a Level 1, Matahari Building, Desa Sri Hartamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: 9am to 9pm (weekdays) | 9am to 6pm (weekends) | Closed on Friday
9. My Kedai Coklat
Chocolate and dessert fans, My Kedai Coklat could be your next favourite hangout spot. Set in SS2, this new cafe specialises in “the best of Malaysian chocolates” in a warm, cosy space started by KL-based chocolate makers Cocoraw. The chocoholic menu offers an extensive range of tarts, cakes, confectionaries and beverages crafted from locally sourced cocoa beans from Perak, Pahang and Kelantan. Drop by to try and compare chocolates from different regions, or bring some home from the store to indulge further at your leisure.
Address: 16, Jalan SS 2/103, SS2, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Opening hours: 11am to 7pm, Tuesdays to Sundays
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