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#BUROEats: 7 New cafes and restaurants in KL to order from in February 2021


By Sanjeeva Suresh

#BUROEats: 7 New cafes and restaurants in KL to order from in February 2021

For this edition of #BUROEats, we wanted to bring together a list of new cafés and eateries as well as budding local online businesses and bakeries. February is all about unity. From Chinese New Year celebrations to Valentine’s Day affections, food brings people together. As we do our part to stay at home this MCO 2.0, it is also imperative that we show support where we can to local enterprises because it certainly isn’t easy sustaining a business during a pandemic. That being said, scroll through and enjoy our February line-up of new places to order takeaway and delivery from until dine-ins are allowed. 

1. Burrow BSC

This quaint café has just opened its doors on the ground floor of Bangsar Shopping Centre (BSC). Burrow serves up some glorious desserts from heavenly cakes to freshly baked cookies and gorgeous canelés with crusts that conceal a “custardy” centre. Signatures include their Maple Pecan canelés that are infused with organic maple syrup and Madagascar vanilla bean. The treats are topped off with some airy Chantilly cream and a butter toasted pecan. For coffee enthusiasts, try their espresso infused canelé. They are made from 100 per cent Arabica beans espresso folded through thick batter and filled with whipped espresso ganache. While they are currently only available for takeaways and curbside pickups, Burrow is definitely worth a post-MCO visit. With grey walls surrounded by green plants, its cosy atmosphere would definitely make a good story for the ‘gram.

Address: Lot GK12, Ground Floor, Bangsar Shopping Centre, 59000 Kuala Lumpur

Opening hours: 8:30am – 7:00pm

Contact: 03 2011 1221

Email: [email protected]

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2. Hejau

Hejau has become the jewel of PJ’s Gasket Alley. Matcha lovers flock to this café especially for their Matcha Polo Buns and Matcha Latte. That isn’t all though; their matcha creations may be limited, but they are creative and flavourful. When it comes to drinks, they have Matcha Lemonade (priced at RM10), Matcha + Nanas (priced at RM13) and their bestseller, the Matcha +Kelapa (priced at RM11). Even if you’re not a fan of matcha, something on their menu is bound to change your mind. Hear us out and try the Polo Bun (priced at RM10). This green confection is soft, fluffy and topped with a sweet matcha-powdered crust. You don’t have to be a food critic to know it’s good.