Cafe hopping Near Bukit Bintang MRT Station

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Due to high rental cost, there are no much indepedent cafes enar Bukit Bintang. However, there are few cafes worth your visit.

To hop these cafes are quite easy.

There are few exists when you come out from Buit Bintang MRT station, just choose the right exist then you will visit these cafe within 10 mins.

 

X Coffee The Japan Store, Lot 10 KL

X Coffee The Japan Store Lot 10 KL
Photo credit: thejapanstore.mistore.jp

 

Read more reviews about X Coffee The Japan Store

If you are looking for a minimalistic café, look no further than X Coffee The Japan Store. The multi-roaster coffee bar’s original outlet is in Q Sentral but has an outpost in Isetan The Japan Store. They specialises in beans from cult Japanese roasters — Maruyama, Fuglen and Nozy. Do expect prices to be a wee bit pricier because of that, but be rest assured that it is high quality brewed coffee.

Read full review from blog.bumbung.co

 

Various coffee beans from the global region are available with different roasting profile to suit each individual palate. For someone like me who has always enjoyed the fruity and floral notes like Ethiopian beans, Aricha Natural from Glitch Coffee & Roasters suits me best. Comes daintily with notes of strawberry, rose hip and red wine (oh, wine! Somehow my eyes tend to grow brighter whenever the wine word hits me, hehe) for a rounder mouthfeel, it simply makes a smooth and crisp kind of coffee enjoyment.

Read full review from lwinlee.blogspot.my

 

They use Cores Coffee Filter recommended by Maruyama coffee and it’s in gold!!! Yes, plated with gold! The Cores Pour Over Stand sells at around RM200++ while the Cores Gold Filter sells at around RM400++. Although the cone filter is made in China, I am quite confident with the Japanese quality assurance.

Read full review from tenshichn.blogspot.my

 

Visit X Coffee The Japan Store

Website: thejapanstore.mistore.jp

Facebook: www.facebook.com/xcoffee.jpstore/

Address: Level 3, Isetan The Japan Store, Lot 10, No 50, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur

GPS: 3.146246, 101.712240

Artelier Coffee, Pavilion KL

Artelier Coffee, Pavilion KL
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Read more reviews about Artelier Coffee

The cafe is situated at G02, a little hidden. From the direction of main entrance, pass by Godiva Chocolate, with TOD’S on front left, TWG on front right. Turn left and Artelier comes in sight, surrounded by luxury brands including MCM, Moschino and Tory Burch. Despite the location, Artelier Coffee manages to blend well into the classy range with exquisite dark wooden brown, shiny black and pillars with ceiling-to-floor mirrors outlook. The space is more spacious too, twice of WA Cafe.

Read full review from http://www.malaysianflavours.com

 

Artelier is still in its soft-launch phase; a menu of hot food with Japanese & Western inspirations is in the pipeline, but for now, customers can check out refreshing smoothie bowls (RM18 each; built with wholesome bases that include blended bananas, spinach, dragon fruit or mangoes), independently baked cakes (a raspberry buttercake is RM14 for a substantial slice), green tea from Matcha Hero Kyoto (RM15 for genmaicha, hojicha & sencha), & of course, the numerous coffee-based beverages that made WA Cafe (which closed in March 2015) a favourite of many, including the signature Dirty (RM14; cold milk splashed with a ristretto for multiple layers of flavour; there are plans to work with The Hub coffee roaster in OUG for future blends). Artelier’s motto is ‘Our love for coffee is the heart & soul of everything we do,’ a philosophy that its team embodies beautifully.

Read full review from eatdrinkkl.blogspot.my

 

So, finally KL’s favourite Japanese barista- Masa Aoki, is back in action at Artelier Coffee X Kitchen, with wider range of Single Origins beans to satiate the discerning taste buds of coffee lovers here. Definitely couldn’t be happier and excited at the same time upon hearing this good news!

Read full review from lwinlee.blogspot.my

 

Visit Artelier Coffee

Facebook: www.facebook.com/Artelier-Coffee-201353376933952/

Address: 2.75.00 2.71.01 & 2.71.02 Level 2 Pavilion, 168, Bukit Bintang Street, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur,.

GPS: 3.149367, 101.713084

 

Acme Bar & Coffee, Pavilion Elite

Acme Bar & Coffee, Pavilion Elite
Photot credit: wanderlustgeek.com

 

Read more reviews about Acme Bar & Coffee

Acme Bar and Coffee is an experimental restaurant filled with people who really want to create complex, layered plates that cater to a variety of palates. Service is friendly and the setting… well… just come see for yourself!

A beautiful setting – don’t miss a peek inside the private dining mirror room; versatile space suitable for cocktails, afternoon tea, or an extensive meal; must-orders are the Chicken and Kale Taco Salad, the Blackened Salmon Steak and the beautifully crafted desserts that blend distinct flavors eloquently.

Read full review from theyumlist.net

 

I went there for my team dinner and managed to try on their signature Lamb Shoulder! Oh my, oh my! It’s delicious! The lamb rack is cooked to perfection with grilled char on both end, and coated with a sweet & spicy sauce! Comes with well-seasoned crispy fries and peas (I wonder why, who eat peas?!?!). Personally, I love the flavour as well as meat textures. If you don’t mind to spend a bit more, perhaps you should throw in a bottle of red wine, I assure you a perfect night ahead!

Read full review from wanderlustgeek.com

 

 

Visit Acme Bar & Coffee

Website: acmebar.coffee

Facebook: www.facebook.com/acmebarcoffee/

Address: 3.100.00 Level 3 Pavilion Shopping Mall, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

GPS: 3.149241, 101.712265