On the hunt for the latest cafes to explore in KL? Get ready to unwind over a delicious treat and freshly brewed coffees at these best new cafes in KL and Selangor throughout April 2023.
A new month calls for new cafes to explore, and we have gathered the latest spots for you to add to your ever-growing list in KL. If you’re in the mood for Korean-inspired snacks with delicious brews, be sure to add Gomi Haus to your weekend itinerary. Of course, a trip to the city on the weekends isn’t complete without a visit to Chinatown. Surrounded by rich history and arts, head over to Sekalf for an Australian-inspired brunch infused with Asian flavours.
Once you’re done exploring Chinatown, head over to the GMBB for a fun-filled day. With various art exhibitions to explore, take a break at Cafyn and unwind over delicious cakes and coffee.
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Our list of new cafes in KL and Selangor to explore in April 2023:
Coffee and Korean-style snacks? We’re sold. Located in Kota Damansara, Gomi Haus is the place to be if you’re into the best Korean cuisine. Upon entering, you will be greeted by a minimalist-meets-industrial interior with a pop of electric orange and red hues. On the menu, you will find the classics like ramyeon noodles with tteokbokki, vegetarian kimbap, jumeok-bap rice balls and more. For coffee drinkers, get ready to be served the most delicious brews by The Angry Bear Coffee. Here, you will find cold brews and lattes on the drinks menu.
Address: 31-2, Jalan PJU 5/10, Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara, 47810, Petaling Jaya
Operation hours: 12 PM – 10 PM (closed on Wednesdays)
If you love spending your weekends at Flakes in SS2, then you will love visiting their sister branch in Chinatown. Sekalf (spelt Flakes backwards) is the latest two-level cafe to explore when you’re in the city. Ideal for brunch dates and coffee sessions with the girls, Sekalf serves Australian-inspired dishes with Asian flavours such as rendang rigatoni, creamy mud scrambled eggs with croissant, pasembur with prawn cakes and more. Of course, your meals won’t be complete without coffee, so be sure to order a cuppa while you’re there.
Address: 208, Jalan Tun H S Lee, KL
Operation hours: 8.30 AM – 5.30 PM (daily)
Looking for a spot to unwind with a good book? Head over to Cafyn. Situated at the GMBB, Cafyn is where you’ll find mouth-watering cakes and brews for a weekend refresher. While you’re there, go ahead and explore the GMBB for an afternoon filled with arts, culture and heritage.
Address: GMBB, Level 1, GM-1-2 & GM-1-3
Operation hours: 11 AM – 7 PM (closed on Wednesdays)
Slow Wood Coffee
Enjoy a slow afternoon in Mont Kiara over a fresh cuppa. Surrounded by lush greenery and a serene atmosphere, Slow Wood offers a quick escape from the bustling city with its industrial-meets-rustic interior. What sets this space apart from others are the seven pillars of Terengganu-sourced merbau hardwood tree trunks located inside the cafe.
While you’re there, don’t skip on their buttery scones – we recommend the truffle cheese and earl grey scone. Enjoy it with their signature coffees, and you’re good to go.
Address: B5-03A, 4, Jalan Kiara 1, Mont Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Operation hours: 9 AM – 6 PM (daily)
Cafe Rumah 16
Matcha fans, be sure to add Cafe Rumah 16 to your list. If you’re heading to Shah Alam this weekend, pop by for a quick break and unwind with a delicious cup of iced lemon matcha. Other drinks available on the menu include lychee rose tea, berrylicious squash and more.
End your day with a sweet treat by ordering their sweet and savoury toasts – buttery cream, kaya egg on toast, chicken floss and choco mellow. Here, you will also find matcha-infused baked goods on the menu, and on our mind right now is the matcha onde-onde croffles.
Address: No 3a, Jalan Bunga Melur 2/18, Seksyen 2, 40000 Shah Alam, Selangor
Operation hours: 11 AM – 7 PM