Have you run out of photos for your Instagram feed? Perhaps some aesthetic images are in order. In today’s article, we’ll take you on a tour of the best cafes in Kuala Lumpur, so dress up and get your cameras ready.
- Acme Bar & Coffee
Acme Bar & Coffee is an award-winning cafe located within The Troika (near beside KLCC) that is well-known for its large menu and stylish yet relaxed setting. The inside is a sleek combination of clean steel lines, cosy sofas, plush cushions, floor-to-ceiling glass walls, and jazz music playing quietly in the background, evoking a New York City loft. We highly recommend its salt beef Eggs Benedict (RM27) as well as the organic buckwheat pancakes, which are served from 09:30 to 17:00. (RM25). Acme Bar & Coffee has a variety of detox juices, including apple, carrot, celery, and ginger blends, as well as gourmet Tea Forte teas and chocolate drinks.
- Lim Kee Cafe
This little contemporary kopitiam is located next to a boutique hotel and serves simple dishes like half-boiled eggs with butter and kaya toast. With its rattan chairs and old school shades, the atmosphere is calm and laid-back, ideal for those who enjoy the nostalgia. If you’re looking for a refreshing afternoon cocktail, it also includes soda-based mocktails and craft brews.
- Merchant’s Lane Cafe
Merchant’s Lane Cafe tucked up in a tiny building in China Town, KL, is a historic cafe worth visiting while in the city. It’s a terrific restaurant for brunch or lunch because it has great energy, a great atmosphere, and a choice of good local/western/fusion cuisine to choose from. Merchant’s Lane Eatery tucked away in a little building in China Town, KL, is a historic cafe well worth a visit. It’s an excellent place for brunch or lunch because it offers a lot of energy, a nice ambience, and a good selection of local/western/fusion cuisine. During lunchtime, the restaurant can be quite packed, so come a little early or afternoon to avoid the line.
- Botanica + Co
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to dine in a garden in the city? Botanica+Co is a chic cafe in the heart of Bangsar South. Dine-in style with a bright, glass-house-like environment and real trees. Botanica+Co, which is led by a Singaporean chef, is very picky about the ingredients it uses. Relax with a cup of tea or a glass of wine in this lovely location.
- Ruma Puteh
Ruma Puteh is a KL villa with practically every area worthy of Instagram. It has the appearance of a miniature art museum with a hint of the tropics. The cafe’s menu features a variety of Western and Asian foods, including laksa Bugis, nasi kerabu, and others.
- Transparent Coffee
I recommend Transparent Coffee in Bangsar, a residential district on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur if you’re searching for a fashionable but quiet place to have a delicious cup of coffee while working on your laptop. The coffee shop delivers superb, locally sourced western coffee, ideal for coffee connoisseurs. To go with your favourite cup, they also serve sandwiches and toasts. Since it is small and frequently quiet, it is a nice place for people to change environments and work. When I was in KL, I used to frequently visit this cafe to work on network marketing software and study for my master’s degree. It is my comfy place till today.