1. VCR Café
2, Jalan Galloway, Kuala Lumpur
The VCR Cafe is a converted corner building retains much of its original charm and old-world feel, with rustic fixtures, wood and brick elements, high ceilings and warm lights, but its all-black exterior is easily recognizable. VCR Cafe offers a variety of popular styles, such as long black, cappuccino, and flat white. Guests can also complement their caffeine choices with delicious homemade cakes and pastries. For those with a sweet tooth, French toast is a must-try, consisting of a fruit bowl of berries, mocha sauce, chocolate chip crumbs, pumpkin seeds and a scoop of ice cream concentrate, while fluffy potato waffles are a delicacy of mushrooms, chervil and perfectly poached eggs.
2. Yeast Bistronomy
24G, Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar Baru, Kuala Lumpur
8am-10pm (Tue-Thur & Sun)
Yeast Bistronomy only use the natural home-grown yeast, rather than the widely used commercial Yeast. The result is surprisingly soft and delicious artisan French bread, from its best-selling almond croissants to the rare smoked duck cheese puffs. French specialties such as Madeleine and macaron are also available at bistro, and if you happen to be at shopping after 5pm, you can get a 30% discount on all items of bread! As for the menu, there are mainly French, but there are more unique dishes, such as grilled bamboo king prawn with saffron risotto and seared Hokkaido scallop.
3. Pulp by Papa Palheta
29-01, Jalan Riong, Bangsar
9am-10pm (Sat & Sun)
PULP by Papa Palheta is a professional coffee bar located in a former printing house in bonsall. The interior design of the cafe, which originated in Singapore, it is an eclectic mix of industrial and rural styles. PULP, is a production by Papa Palheta, it also is a perfect mix of high-quality brewed coffee, home-baked cakes and savoury pastries, creating a hugely popular atmosphere with a friendly staff. It attracts a steady stream of coffee lovers and trendy young people, both local and foreign.
4. The Good Batch Café
53, SS21/1A, Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya
10am-1am (Sat & Sun)
The Good Batch is a comfortable brunch retreat at Damansara Utama, offering luxury all-day breakfast, crisp salads and snacks, as well as a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. For a harmonious blend of Malaysian flavors and classic western food, The Good Stuff and Malaysian-Lah are highly recommended here. Their cafe offers all-day breakfast from day to night with a dinner menu exclusively available from 6pm. Their drink menu includes a selection of espresso-based coffees, fresh juices, and handmade coolers.
5. Acme Bar & Coffee
G1, The Troika, 19, Persiaran KLCC, Kuala Lumpur
9.30am-1am (Sat & Sun)
Acme Bar & Coffee at The Troika is located in central Kuala Lumpur. This stylish cafe caters to tourists and professionals working in the surrounding area, with a refined interior that exudes elegance. Their moist brownies are warm and chocolate-rich, complementing ice cream with lots of oreo cubes. It opens early in the morning and late at night, Acme Bar & Coffee transforms itself from a chic Coffee shop into a romantic bar where you can unwind your evening with a few glasses of wine or champagne.
6. Antipodean Café
20 Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar Baru, Kuala Lumpur
8am-11pm (Fri & Sat)
The Antipodean Cafe looks like a charming Spanish bistro with large rust-orange tiles, sleek black wooden furniture and Tuscan red walls. When the tiny cafe first appeared on the city’s food circuit, it drew a lot of locals talking about its all-day breakfast menu. Gastronomic, this local cafe focuses on western cuisine. Whether you’re a fan of hearty burritos or healthy avocado toast, the Antipodean Cafe is sure to satisfy your appetite for a long breakfast.
7. The Red Beanbag at Publika
A4-1-8, Solaris Dutamas, Jalan Dutamas 1, Kuala Lumpur
9am-10.30pm (Sat & Sun)
The Red Beanbag is an australian-inspired contemporary cafe offering hearty all-day breakfasts and western cuisine. On the menu, the cafe places a strong emphasis on western offerings, with breakfast choices of French toast, eggs, Benedict and pancakes, while entrees such as risotto, pasta and burgers are served from 12 a.m. For drinks, they offer the usual coffee and tea, as well as fruit juices, chocolate drinks and soft drinks.
8. Feeka Coffee Roasters
19, Jalan Mesui, off Jalan Nagasari, Kuala Lumpur
Feeka Coffee Roasters is located next to the No Black Tie jazz club and is a cool cafe offering hearty breakfasts, homemade desserts. This cafe is beautifully decorated with mismatched furniture, potted plants, hanging light bulbs and wooden elements. There serves freshly baked pastries, cakes, sandwiches, light meals and of course, good coffee. It runs on two menus; All-day breakfast menu and all-day menu, lunch and dinner start at 12pm.
9. Namoo Cafe On the Park
Solaris Dutamas, 1, Jalan Dutamas 1, 50480 Jalan Dutamas 1, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
10.30am-11pm (Fri & Sun)
Namoo is the only place where you can buy Salted Caramel Bingsu. Unfortunately, the ice is not as good as you can get in regular Korean Bingsu. However, it comes with a very hearty service of chewy rice cakes, popcorn, and caramel sauce in a 500ml measuring cup. Namoo does its best with Korean cuisine and also serves up delicious rice burgers. It uses Japanese rice to make pies with oil that is crisp enough, but not too starchy. So, the taste is great!
10. The Owls Café
Jalan Jalil Jaya 6, Bukit Jalil, 57000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
10am-7pm (Closed on Monday)
The Owls Café is a warm and lively owl-themed cafe on the ground floor that offers desserts (waffles, cakes, macarons and ice cream), pastries, coffee and tea. Rebecca is one of their best-selling waffles. It is a large flower-shaped waffle with crisp edges and a fluffy interior. Serve with homemade earl grey ice cream, blueberries, strawberries, bananas, sliced almonds and maple syrup. So it’s a perfect combination because that’s palate is crisp with sweet and sour berry flavors.
How to go to Kuala Lumpur from Singapore
1. Private Taxi Service
Travel is more comfortable and less troublesome if you take a private car than by bus or van. You can save a maximum of 1 to 1. 5 hours by getting off the bus twice just to get out of the country. It is suitable for family or groups is to hire a private taxi. This is the most preferred and popular choices among the rest of transport since the travelling time will be most convenient as compare to others transportation especially if you have young children on board. The travelling time normally take less than 4 hours’ drive from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur and that of course must depend on both immigration clearance and traffic condition. Due to high demand, The Rickshaw Run (Main website link) is now providing this transportation services from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur too.
– Simple and easy to make a reservation through online in just few click.
– We will pick you up at your selected location in Singapore Island wide.
– With us you can enjoy sit in the car and across border without alight your luggage.
– Affordable price with 5 stars services experience.
– Friendly driver with simple English speaking.
2. Bus & Coach From Singapore To Kuala Lumpur
If you travel according to budget, consider taking a bus. The bus ticket can be booked online. To avoid traffic jams, it is recommended that you book a bus as soon as possible so that you can catch the ferry. Later, you need to get off the bus to clear the customs. Carry your luggage with you for scanning. Your destination is the bus stop in the TBS (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan). The cost of the bus is about USD20 per person.