Immaculately clean and minimal design must be one of the big draw at the Kopenhagen Cafe in Vista Kiara at Jalan Kiara 3, Mont Kiara. With the township busting a thriving and very real coffee scene it’s not only coffee appreciation that’s becoming a trend but the whole experience from even before the first sip. Caffeine fix and coffee sessions have come a long way and has been dramatically redefine. Now, it is both the environment and ambience that is just as important to coffee crawlers.
This newest hipster hotspot includes rotating pastry and cake menu with coffee and tea being the highlight at this minimally polished and chilled seats and tables. What started off as an understated, relaxed and joyful neighbourhood cafe gains their reputation so quickly thanks to the powerful and resourceful sharing platform known as the social media, is seen to have increasing their seats to cater the high demand.
Known to be a good place for instagram, and coffee of course, I must also compliment the very grammable cups and glasses for the beverages. Vanity aside, Denmark tea is very much a delight with combinations of flowers and leaves that’s soothing and calming. It pairs incredibly well with my tasty slice of carrot cake. Despite my skepticism for carrot cakes, I always end up ordering this whenever and where ever. Deep down, it is probably to convince myself that I would one fine day find the one that would blow me away. But no, I did not find that here. But I wouldn’t hesitate repeating this move at Kopenhagen, because it was good for the price so I have no complains.
Also great to pair your cakes and pastry is coffee of course but give them more time and hopefully there will be a good barista to skillfully froth the milk and to competently brew coffees that doesn’t burn the tongue. Otherwise, the range of good beans selection is to no avail at such beautiful coffee hub.
Kopenhagen Coffee is located at Vista Kiara:
7, Jalan Kiara,
Sunway Spk 3 Harmoni,
50480 Kuala Lumpur
Business Hour: Monday – Friday (7am-7pm), Sat-Sun (9am-7pm)
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