03-5612 4826
Opening Hours
10:00 - 00:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 00:00
Payment Methods
Other Info
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Marley Coffee Ice Cream Toasts
Review (2)
The heat wave coming all the way to Malaysia from doesn’t know where. The weather seriously killing people and makes me so crazy and doesn’t want to stay in my hostel. So I was hunting for some place can made myself cool. Too much affect from the Descendants of the Sun, I was so happy when know that this beautiful café owned by a Korean (Bias, yes.).It is very hard to find a Korean Bingsu in Malaysia and therefore make the Bingsu became the significant dessert in this café. The location of this café is surrounding by a numbers of universities, thus, most of the customer are university students. The environment is chilling where most of the students are doing their assignment here.Me and my boyfriend decided to order the Injelomi Bingsu, which covered by Soya Bean Powder with Korean Rice Cake (taste like mochi). The regular size can easily share by two people. Besides for Bingsu there are other foods selling here, such as pizza and ice cream toast. But, consider not wasting many foods as only two of us, we decided to try all these foods during next time visit!A good hang out place! Tee-Hee                                                              ******                                                            Address:                                                 Jalan SS 15/8, Ss 15,                                         47500, Subang Jaya, Selangor continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level3 2015-12-06
OWL Espresso is a new student’s hangout perching on the first floor of Menara Rajawali, next to INTI International College Subang. A kind reminder to those who plan to have a visit, the cafe tends to get busier in the afternoon when students from the nearby Inti and Taylor's college drop by to have lunch. They do have varieties of options on the menu, ranging from wraps, sandwiches, cakes and coffee.Caffé Bene is not the only alternatives in town. Out of the countless number of bingsu I have tried, so far I would say that OWL Espresso was my preferred version. Among all the bingsu cafés in town, the presentation of the ice itself could look alike, but if we took a close look, the shaved ice that OWL Espresso presented was in milk-based, which means a lot smoother and nicer with the sandy texture.Topping with quality beans, pistachios and almonds, it was actually the Korean version of rice cake. I love sitting at the outside facing the night view of SS15. It presented a quiet and comfortable space to work on your own stuff.Yoghurt & FruitLiterally melt in your mouth while tasting it, fruity with watermelon, honeydew, ice cream, mango and nuts, aiming to serve you the healthiest bingsu ever.Cookies &CreamIt was filling and starting to get messy the deeper you dig in. The portion was generous enough to share with friends.Knowing that coffee is also a specialty here. Brewing with Marley Coffee, the long praised coffee bean from Mountain of Jamaica, my friend decided to put his bet on the hot cappuccino. Turned out it was so decent and strong.So need to cast a cold snap? Don’t say I did not share ya. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)