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Beside their signature drinks, they also served some pretty decent pastries here. For example this blueberry butter pudding.

Crusty almond on the top, with soft pudding at the bottom stuffed with blueberries.

Pair well with the coffee here.

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One of the popular coffee place in Penang located along this very small street of Lorong Tok Aka, which the shopfront covered with plants.

This place constantly occupied with crowd for their coffee and pastries. Lovely and cosy space with their wonderful drinks.

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Can’t believe this place has been situated quietly at a corner of Straits Quay for more than 10 years already, and they still going strong by providing the best of coffee from around the world.

They have filter coffee from a different regions here, which I gotten the one from Yolan Tirta Tombang, Sullawesi, Indonesia.

The flavour is natural process with passion fruit, pineapple and lychee. So you would expect a bit of sour side.

When you visit the Kuan Yin Temple, you would find this cafe directly opposite it.

A cozy cafe with air-conditioned space downstair and open air upstair, serving brunch and coffee.

Definitely a good spot to rest and chill after making your pray at the temple.

Pesto pasta RM22.90
cappuccino RM10
Pasta is good with lotsa ingredients.

Bao Teck Prawn Dumpling 》RM14.90
Bao Teck Siew Mai 》RM12.90
Golden Sesame Ball 》RM13.90

An interesting hole in the wall cafe with champion barista. The matcha was interesting with a nice mix of coffee. Refreshing to take from the heat of KL.

For those looking for a more unique traditional breakfast, the Pulau Ketam Nasi Lemak is the perfect choice. The fragrant coconut rice is served with various toppings, but the highlight is the super spicy chilli flakes, which are seriously addictive. Definitely not for the faint-hearted.