Eight Ounce Coffee (Suria KLCC)

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Saturday’s night quick dinner after work brought Shir & I to Eight Ounce Coffee at Suria KLCC. I enjoyed how I was able to unwind at this space after a long day at work, away from the crowd at the ground floor.

Quick bites: Chicken Pie (RM 8.90) – unexpectedly pretty good 🙂

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Chicken Mayo Sandwich (RM 11.90)

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Coffee here is pretty pricey. RM 12 for my usual Flat White, a tad disappointed with the lack of aftertaste. Again it is only based on personal preference in terms of acidity as well as the type of beans. However, compliments have to be given to the barista for the pretty pleasing visual. For someone whom is usually not into coffee art, this was pretty exciting.

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If you’re looking for a quick getaway from the crowd while you are in Suria KLCC, this would be the perfect place to unwind, and oh yes, people watch. However if you’re in The Gardens at Mid Valley, their first spin-off outlet is there as well.

Address: First Level, Suria KLCC (K13B)

 

 

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The Humble Pie Co. (Section 17, PJ)

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Looking at the current trend, pies seem to be the current in thing at the moment. And this particular Durian Pie that has been popping up on my Instagram feed, had got me drooling over it whenever I see it.

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So finally here we are at Humble Pie Co.Cafe, located along the stretch of shoplots in Section 17, Petaling Jaya (the same row as Kanna Curry House & The Grind Burger Bar).

We had their Banoffee Pie (RM 12). Ripe bananas drizzled with thick toffee on a baked biscuit crust. We like how the crunchy crust was buttery with a hint of saltines. The pie is then topped off with sweetened vanilla whipped cream dusted with coffee. 

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Durian Pie (RM 15) was definitely on our list (I reckon it was more on mine, since the rest were not into durians; more for me yay!). I love bananas, but I love this combination more. The durian flesh was real fresh, so it had been a real enjoyable journey finishing it up 😀

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Proper food such as pastas were also on the menu, along with coffee & other desserts. Krystle had her Pasta with Pesto (RM15), pretty well-balanced in taste.

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Service: Great. Like how the lady boss personally came by to asked how everything went, definitely a real personal touch there.

  • Address: No.11, Jalan 17/45, Section 17, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

PCLO Cafe (Modvier), Bangsar

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Discovered a quaint outdoor cafe today in Jalan Riong, Bangsar. PCLO Cafe armed with a minimalist, no frills setting, is tucked behind Modvier Boutique; away from the chaos in Telawi area (double awesome!).

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The weather was a little tricky today with the mild drizzle, but thank goodness for umbrellas so all is good! The warm hospitality shown by the PCLO team definitely earned them brownie points for their service level with their small chats & recommendations. We had a free latte on the house (thank you Mr. Barista!), that was an unexpected pleasant surprise 🙂

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We had their much raved about Shepherd Pie (RM 6) & Baked Macaroni (RM 9), definitely great for a light munch.

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Had my usual Flat White (RM 8). Coffee art lovers (that aint me)would probably be disappointed with the lack of visuals, but the acidity of the coffee has the right kick for me to be happy about.

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OVERALL:

 

Food: Hits my personal palate. I’m so going back again (on a sunny day!) to try their churros and brownies. Do note that only light snacks/desserts & drinks is served here.

Price: Slightly below average for the price in Bangsar. An average meal would sum up to < RM 20 (a dessert/snack & drink), definitely a budget friendly hideout.

Service: Excellent, enough said. Keep up the good work guys! 😀

Crowd: Light (probably due to the rain), I believe it would be heavier in the evening/night. Spaces are limited, so I do hope you get one!

•Foursquare: https://foursquare.com/v/pclo-cafe–modvier/531f397d498e3f0bb29bc25b

(Turn left into the small lane before the Petronas Station, Modvier Boutique is on your right)