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D'Art Cafe 艺术咖啡馆 claimed to be “the one and only cafe with art and nature concept in malaysia.” It was not hard to find café which integrate art or nature element but to have both integrated, it was seldom seen. It was opened in June 2013 in Kulai , which was along the same stretch of road along Tesco.It was true that the café integrate nature like bamboo and art pieces in the café, it was slightly over to claim that it is the one and only café with art and nature concept as the element of nature was not really fully integrated. The bamboo shoot was place outside the dining area, so the diners do not really get the opportunity to immerse themselves in the nature. Tocreate an environment to resemble nature, wood furniture was being used. Colourfulmenu board and decoration helps to create a more artsy vibe.But I do admit that the place was really cooling due to the natural sunshade from the trees. The decoration was simple yet cosy. The staff service was awesome become the moment we enter, the staff warmly introduce the food and the place to us. D’art Café not only serve light snacks and coffee, they serve pretty cakes as well.As we have already eaten breakfast, we are here for cakes instead. While waiting for our cake to be served, we enjoy looking at the art pieces around thecafé. We have order the Japan Green Tea & Red Bean Cake as well as Tea wHoney Lemon. The nature and arts being incorporated in the outdoor seating area.Enjoying the quietness among busyness while enjoying hi-tea, it is definitely somethingone can enjoy the most. Japan Green Tea & Red Bean Cake (RM 10.90) & Tea w Honey Lemon (RM 9)The green tea cake was moist and fluffy. It was layered with sweet red bean paste. This makes us feel like we are eating “tau sau bao (red bean bun).” This is because the red bean paste has similar texture with that of the paste of the bun. You can’t really feel the beans. It was pretty nice eating it.After munching the cake, the sweetness continues to retain in the mouth. A cup of tea could help to neutralized it. The lemon tea was served with a packet of honey and a peanut butter biscuit. The honey was not too sweet thus even after adding a whole packet, the taste was just right. It was a pleasure spending my morning here, enjoying the arts and food. Visitors who are in kulai area can drop by and enjoy this place. It was really accessible. Read more at http://jacefootprints.blogspot.sg/2016/05/jbmalaysia-d-art-cafe.htmlFollow me at instagram/facebook : @jacefootprintsLocation' Art Cafe 艺术咖啡馆58-5, Jalan Tropika 15, Taman Tropika, 81000 KulaiOperating Hours: Daily, 1000-1900Fb:https://www.facebook.com/DArtCafeMy/ continue reading
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