Cafe Hopping Near TTDI MRT Station

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No questions at all, you should drop by TTDI MRT station for cafe hopping. This area is full of wonderful cafes.

 

Check out the list below!

 

Common Man Coffee Roasters, TTDI

This is one of the must visit cafe at KL, no matter by MRT or car. The good news is you can drop by Commom Man Coffee Roasters TTDI with just 7 min walking distance away from TTDI MRT station.

Common Man Coffee Roasters TTDI KL
Photo Credit: commonmancoffeeroasters.com

 

More Reviews about Common Man Coffee Roasters

 

Coffee here are pretty amazing as my latte do give a very nice slight acidic taste yet gives you a nice burst of aroma after taste. Ice Cappuccino is rather interesting too as the first sip with give you a punch of unique taste that later will flow down your throat with the after taste. Lovely blend.

Read full review from www.taufulou.com

 

With a Starbucks on seemingly every corner of the city, it’s easy to believe that coffee is as ubiquitous as nasi lemak. And it is. However, if you are on the hunt for GREAT coffee, for skilled baristas, for specialty blends prepared in house, for small-batch single-origin coffees flown in from around the world and filtered before your eyes, you just might find your catch at Common Man Coffee Roasters in TTDI. Toss into the net high-quality well-prepared food and you may have just found your next favorite cafe, too.

Read full review from theyumlist.net

 

In terms of food and drinks, there will be about ten brunch dishes from CMCR Singapore as well as a dedicated brew bar for coffee (beans will be roasted in Singapore only). Plans for a coffee academy are in the works.

Read full review from www.timeout.com

 

As for some of you coffee enthusiasts, you may opt to be seated at the coffee bar and enjoy watching CMCR‘s baristas in action, or a little coffee talk perhaps. I went out of my comfort zone that day to try their Ethiopian filtered coffee instead of my standard order of latte.

Read full review from missgetabout.com

 

For beverage, coffee is a must to us. Other options include freshly squeeze juices, smoothies, artisan teas. Cold Brew is also available, and you may ask their friendly staffs more about filtered coffee and UnCommon selection. Indulge into famous sugar dusted KL Churros with chocolate sauce and premium vanilla ice cream if you still had room for desserts.

Read full review from www.malaysianflavours.com

Visit Common Man Coffee Roasters

Website: commonmancoffeeroasters.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/commonmanKL

Address: A-G-1 New Podium, Plaza Vads No.1 Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad. 60000 KL

GPS: 3.139664, 101.630022

 

IDC Ice Dreams Cafe, Damansara Kim

Even though IDC Ice Dreams cafe is not under TTDI, it is just 5 min walking distance away from TTDI MRT. Just from the phtoto below, you should also drop by this cafe for ice cream.

IDC Ice Dreams Cafe Damansara Kim
Photo credit: www.facebook.com/idckl

 

More reviews about IDC Ice Dreams Cafe

New Zealand’s famous Kapiti ice cream takes centre stage at Damansara Kim’s Ice Dreams Café (IDC), where you can enjoy scoops of the rich, creamy ice cream in an affogato, with waffles and crepes, and even as an ice cream sandwich. The signature at IDC is the affogato. While we’re all used to affogato as being a shot of espresso poured over a scoop of vanilla ice cream, founders Darren Tan and CK Chee took the literal Italian meaning (which translates to ‘drowned’) as inspiration to create a whole menu of affogatos with different flavours – and they’re not all espresso-based. A standout is the olive oil and sea salt flakes affogato: Kapiti vanilla bean ice cream is sprinkled with flaky sea salt before being poured over with extra virgin olive oil – a bizarre-sounding combination (on this part of the world anyway) that works wonders. Other standouts include orange zest and Earl Grey lavender.

Read full review from www.timeout.com

 

Plated ice cream desserts galore – crepes with spiced cinnamon crumbs (RM15, all prices include a scoop of ice cream), lavender & cranberry-infused Welsh cakes with drizzled honey & peppercorn sprinkles (RM15; a dense cross between cookies & scones), warm, crunchy-chewy peanut butter cookie ice cream sandwiches (RM12), waffles with maple crunch (RM16) & funnel cakes with dark chocolate ganache (RM15; to be available later this month). You can choose an ice cream flavour for each dessert (or trust the friendly IDC team’s pairing proposals): Black Doris Plum & Creme Fraiche? Spicy Apple Crumble? Lemongrass & Ginger? Fig & Honey? Anzac Coconut Cookies? Vintage Strawberry & Cream? Gahhh – too many temptations!

Read full review from eatdrinkkl.blogspot.my

 

IDC’s ingenious affogatos are not new, just in case you’ve been wondering.
However, for this visit, I was given the honour of trying their new menu so if you haven’t been here, you should.
And if you have been a regular, then all the more you should drop in to savour the new creations.

Read full review from www.rebeccasaw.com

 

Kapiti ice-cream features lots of fruity ice-creams of unique combinations with exotic ingredients often foreign to Malaysians. That explains why the ice-cream testing queues at the Kapiti-inspired Ice Dreams Cafe (IDC) are often long and crowded with the curious!

Read full review from deliciouslogy.blogspot.my

 

Visit IDC Ice Dreams Cafe

Facebook: www.facebook.com/idckl/

Address: 30, Jalan SS 20/10, Damansara Kim, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

GPS: 3.135518, 101.629026

 

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