Monday, July 21, 2014

The Coffee Club @ Subang Parade X Artisan Roast Coffee @ TTDI

I think the trend of visiting cafes is very popular now because just opening my Instagram, I will see my friends going to this cafe for breakfast, going to that cafe for coffee. So if you do follow my Instagram too, you will realize that I have also been addicted in cafe hunting. I have gone to a few places and finally I'm on holiday now, so I have the time to blog about it. The first place would be this new big, 2-storey cafe, The Coffee Club which is located at Subang Parade.

I won't say that I'm a professional in reviewing coffees, but I will just like to share my own personal experience visiting all these awesome cafes in town. So The Coffee Club which is one of the biggest home-grown chains of cafes in Australia won't be a hidden cafe to the public, because it is located just at the main entrance of Subang Parade, facing the main road which is totally visible even you have small eyes. LOL... It is a very spacious cafe as I mention with 2 floors, sufficient sunlight penetrating into the cafe with glass exterior but not feeling the heat inside because their air conditioner is strong enough. I went on a weekend, so obviously a new place like this will be fully packed. And also because they serve main course, so it's actually kind of a family restaurant. So it's not the kind of hipster cafe that you're looking at, and don't expect it will be a quiet one too.

I did not order anything to eat because I wanted pancakes but damn it out of stock! LOL... So I just ordered one Ice Chocolate and Mellocino. The drinks is not bad and if you do order the Mellocino, eat up the marshmallows when it arrives because it will be quite disgusting after being soaked in the coffee for a long time. Haha

The Coffee Club, Subang Parade
Business Hours:
Sunday – Thursday : 8.30am – 11.00pm
Friday – Saturday : 8.30am – 12.00am

If you prefer a place that is more quiet and smaller, filled with coffee aroma, then maybe you should visit Artisan Roast Coffee which is at TTDI. I have heard from many of my friends that this place serve rich and strong coffee and also very delicious cheese cake, so since I'm around that area the other day I decided to hop in and give it a try. 

They serve a variety of drinks from coffee to tea, and of course I ordered my all time favourite Hot Mocha and a must-try cheese cake. I am not really a milk lover, so my standard order at every cafe is Hot Mocha or Ice Mocha if it's a very hot day. Haha... I was very surprise with the taste from my first sip because the sensation of the coffee and chocolate is so strong and concentrated in my mouth. If you love to drink coffee with a stronger flavour, then you will have to try this place. Their no-bake cheese cake is one of the best sellers in the shop, satisfying many cheese cake lover with the moist and rich body along with a slice of chocolate and biscuit at the bottom layer. 

Address: 4 Lorong Rahim Kajai 14, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Telephone : 03-7733 6397
Business Hour :
Weekdays 8am – 12pm
Weekend 9am – 12pm

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