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03-2162 2288
Opening Hours
11:00 - 00:00
Mon - Thu
11:00 - 00:00
11:00 - 01:00
09:30 - 01:00
09:30 - 00:00
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Alcohol served
Serves breakfast
Open Till Late
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Review (73)
Level2 2016-09-25
went there for brunch recently. the ambiance of the cafe is quite nice. we ordered the king breakfast and cabonara pasta, and we ordered the coffee.the king breakfast is recommended as their signature dish by the staff. I personally think that the beef is too dry, and they serve with whole lots of dry fries potatoes, the whole thing is tasteless. the pasta also very dialuted. continue reading
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Level3 2015-12-18
Sizzling brownies? How cool?! Ever since Acme Bar & Coffee introduced its signature dessert-Sizzling Brownies, it started to spread like wildfire in town. As an active instagramer,I decided to head to there instead of my usual high tea spot to catch the trend.The name itself through me off because it's so funny. I would just make my life easier to name it as ABC.Acme Bar & Coffee is located at the ground floor of The Troika. Despite of the small signboard it had, you won’t miss the restaurant as the breathtakingly stunning interiors literally lightened up the whole building.Surprisingly finding parking here was very easy, unlike the other buildings in KLCC area. It had a whole basement for guest parking.I've always wanted to see what the craze on sizzling brownies all about was. The hot plate kinda small. The brownie served in a sizzling hot pan with a scoop of oreo ice cream on top giving you the perfect combo. Frankly speaking I could barely taste the Oreo ice cream itself with a mouthful of choco. Get you camera ready! The show started when the sinful chocolate was poured over the brownies! There you are the Sizzling Brownie! Deliciousness at every mouthful! The chef knows how to stimulate our pleasure centre.They had good coffee on menu as well. Free water btw.Nonetheless, it's a gorgeous space to enjoy the company of good friends over good food! It can be pricey for some, yes, but overall the quality speaks for itself. I don't think I'll ever tired of coming back here for the brownies. Need more to say? Come and check it out by yourself! continue reading
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Level3 2015-11-13
I was waiting for my client that day so i went to this Acme bar and coffee house for my lunch. It was a nice environment where usually people will throw a birthday party here for dinner. As for lunch, i can see all the corporate people around. So i started off with a fruit salad, i couldnt remember the name. But the one thing that i remember about this salad is the combination of the cheese with strawberry mixed it all together with the salad. I definitely would like to try this at home because it cost you RM29 for the salad. So i would rather try and do it at home so that i can eat more lol. Then i ordered this smoked grilled duck breast (I never eat duck before, honestly).Well, as for the first timer of eating duck, it was a very good impression. It taste like chicken tho . No wonder it was very healthy and delicious because it will cost you RM50 to have this duck pasta (healthy food doesn't come cheap). Oh well, it was worth it because the portion is quite big for me.Oh my client has arrived so we did some small celebration for her birthday with the sizzling chocolate cake (RM19). She was surprised i can see . Well the cake is the most famous dessert here. It will be a must when you visit here. Trust me it is very sweet additional with ice cream on top of it that melts in your mouth.. Definitely taste good. So that was my lunch for the day.Overall: great food, a bit expensive, birthday place continue reading
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Level3 2015-09-25
Nice environment but if it they can turn on more lights it would be better as i personally like to dine with brighter environment. Crowded during night time, but still can find seats without early reservation.the salmon was just well smoked and seasoned, fresh and tastywith the quality of food and the environment, the price are still acceptable as it was located in KL city. continue reading
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Level3 2013-12-27
located in troika, acme bar & coffee (abbreviated to abc) is just a couple of blocks away from ampang park lrt station. as i entered the cafe (which btw has a splendid outdoor patio - sadly, not ideal with the noise and dust from the kl traffic), i was awed by the high ceiling, the essence of a rustic industrial decor approach peppered with vintage chic accents. to top it off, ceiling high windows all around the cafe where the natural lighting filled the room entirely in a grandoise manner.utterly and completely right up my alley...needless to say, i fell in love with the place.i've been meaning to come here since i first heard about the cafe like months ago. i was so excited that i did some research on what the other foodies had to say about their food - i even had a dish in mind before i even entered the cafe. as luck would have it, the dish that i wanted was no longer offered on the menu. bummer.it then took me twice as long to order since i was still trying getting over my disappointment of my disappearing dish that i wanted from the menu that i had to triple check to make sure i was certain that i didn't miss it.tea :: honey yuzu | natural renewal green tea. bright, exotic citron flavor of yuzu and special reserve green tea sweetened with full blossom bee pollen (rm 15)as the menu aptly described it, the tea was light with a mild citrus flavor which was sweetened slightly from the honey. my first whiff of the tea highlighted the yuzu in a gentle manner and it was a refreshing warm tea, perfect for a rainy afternoon. tea :: coco truffle | a deeply rich chocolate brew, airy with fennel, licorice and cardamom to produce a soothing, guilt-free indulgence. seductively delicious that delights the palate and treats the soul (rm 17)i definitely had tea envy and vowed to get this brew for my next visit to acme. a steep price for a cuppa tea but it's just so yummy! (yes, the pun was intended.. hehe ;) )pots & pans :: root vegetable truffled fries | mix of sweet potato, lotus root & yam fries lightly drizzled with truffle oil (rm 13)it is because i missed truffle so much i was willing to try my luck with this one. a colorful mix of thick cut starches with the offerings of purple and regular yam in addition to slices of lotus roots and sweet potato. it was so greasy that even the bowl was coated in oil. and unfortunately, they weren't crispy as i would have expected BUT it was completely cooked through. on another positive note, the touch of truffle flavor was sufficient to affirm its presence but not overwhelmingly so.my favorite was the lotus root which was crispier than the rest followed by the purple yam with its natural sweetness that contrasted the sprinkle of salt in a very delicious way.main :: mushroom pot quiche | vegetarian - creamy mushroom chunks, leek in semolina crust pot (rm 27)served with a side salad of mixed greens and red & yellow bell peppers slices tossed in a light and citrus-y vinaigrette, topped with fried little drops of dough spiced with cumin for textural difference but the spice threw the flavor combinations a little off balance.the pot quiche in general was disappointing. the bottom crust which was nutty and crumbly was alright but the top crust with cheese baked on the quiche was slightly off putting texturally and in taste. the generous serving of mushrooms were cooked and seasoned beautifully, weaved in the egg "filling" but the quiche as a whole was not agreeable with me. just not a fan.we saved room for dessert from the beginning and despite their tantalizing selection of cakes, our final pick was acme's signature cake which was given the thumbs up by a couple of food bloggers. desserts :: jackfruit cake | depends on availability (rm 15)a signature creation of the cafe, probably because of its novel and interesting choice of flavor of jackfruit. crusted with chopped pistachios on the sides, the sponge cake was layered with this local tropical fruit frosting.perhaps it was an off day for the pastry chef, but while the cake was airy, it definitely required the frosting to compensate for the slightly dry texture of the cake. the cake tasted vanilla and the jackfruit flavor was too mild that it lacked that floral fruity sweetness you'd expect. to top it off, it was too sweet for my liking. this spelled a second strike for acme :/acme bar & coffee's ambiance and decor and its amazing selection of tea is sufficient to entice me to return for a second time, perhaps with an interesting story book in hand. its lackluster food, however cannot justify the price it asks for although it could be the choice of dishes i picked may not have worked for my taste. but i believe in second chances and the other selections acme has to offer since i wanna love this place not just for the ambiance but for its food as well. and after all, acme is defined "the point at which someone or something is best, perfect, or most successful" and i hope it lives up to its name. continue reading
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