Ah, yes, another gastronomical sharing on coffee topic again!
This time round has brought us to one modest coffee place located at TTDI, which goes by the name of Mukha. Instantly, it struck my mind that this place might has some Arabian elements in its F&B offerings, as depicted by its culturally-rich brand name.
True enough, this cozy café has include some influence from Middle Eastern culinary wise, as it draws its inspiration from a humble town located in Yemen. With a quaint settting with artsy chalky menu board, one gets to unlax with good company and great food here. You can choose to have your meal at the indoor air-conditioned area, or merely enjoying natural air at the contiguous al fresco dining.
As usual, my coffee regime would start off with a Latte pick
Soothingly smooth with the pleasant bodied coffee aroma, accompanied by a Red Indian latte art. Actually I couldn’t figure it out earlier when it was just being prepared by the barista at the counter, which seems to me more like a butterfly, due to its inversed projection. Only after hearing the barista whispering to me “Red Indian”, do I realize the fact, lol.
Iced Mint Chocolate
Or the conventional way of savouring your chilled version of chocolate beverage, with some tinge of mint scent. This comes ideally especially on a sultry afternoon.
Iced Café Latte with Gula Melaka
To make way for some fresh innovative ideas, the ubiquitous Iced Latte has been added a twist, by incorporating Gula Melaka in it. Taste wise, not too bad as you get to enjoy a natural sweetness blend in it.
One particular menu from the kitchen that is seems to be ordered by most tables, the Baked Egg. It comes decently with eggs, roasted tomatoes, shredded cheese, sprinkles of parsley and served with baguette.
Till then, cheers and enjoy your cuppa!
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