09:00 - 18:00
Mon - Sun
09:00 - 18:00
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For more food reviews: www.amiehu.comIf wanderlust is striking you hard and you can't get away too far due to financial or time constraints, this is what this travel series, My Next Door Neighbour, is all about. Just a day trip out of the country, even across the causeway, can be rejuvenating for your overworked souls. Don't be bogged down by inertia, start planning now. Where to go, what to do?! Here: Faculty of Caffeine is one of the hot favourite cafehopping comfort ground in a land away from home.Some pictures of the interior at Faculty of Caffeine, which consists of three portions: the main cafe area in front of the counter, a connecting room which can play up into a private space if you're coming in groups of 8-10, and a balcony which overlooks the busy Jalan Wong Ah Fook and City Square. The balcony usually services smokers, but non-smokers can enjoy clean air in the other spaces. They have washrooms made available to guests as well. I decided to be adventurous and try the Salted Caramel Affogato (RM11.50) which was admittedly a weird combination. The half-melted vanilla ice-cream was sprinkled with a good dose of butter cookies, sea salt and topped with a pretzel... all sitting in a pool of espresso. It feels a little like something you eat for a game forfeit. This is one of their seasonal items and possibly still in the trial period of how customers take to it, so don't take this as a benchmark of their standard. Their signature item is the Generous Breakfast (RM17.50) so you can try that if you are feeling hungry!The hot mocha was pretty good as well, a strong-bodied Arabica blend that was generous with its chocolate sauce. continue reading
Hearing the name, and looking at the logo, or even the mixed media painting that put on the wall, you can say that the cafe owner might come from an art background.Stuff for your tongue are great, having to try Fine Tune, Iced Mocha, Affogato, Croissant and garlic bread, none of it failed to surprise me.I have to admit that it's a simple food with a twist of their own. Maybe because of the way it cooked, compared to the normal method of cooking. I love them all, especially the garlic bread!They play wonderful songs, fit right into the great ambience.The waitress are very attentive and friendly.I love everything here. From the food, the drinks, the surroundings and even the staff!I will definitely coming for a next trip to the cafe! continue reading