Abah & Sons Co Motocafe @ Lake Fields Sungai Besi
April 20, 2014
Revving up this month to welcome cafe-hoppers, Abah & Sons Co has roared into Sungei Besi's Lake Fields neighbourhood, poised to set pulses racing particularly for lovers of Lambrettas, Vespas & Harleys.
The Abah & Sons cafe is a labour of love by a married couple & their friends, filled with motorcycle paraphernalia that spans signboards to vintage photos of bikers dating back decades. This 'motogallery' is linked to an Abah & Sons customisation & restoration garage in Cheras' Taman Desa Aman.
Abah & Sons wheels out a crowd-pleasing menu that includes all-day breakfasts of eggs with generous servings of smoked salmon & avocados in a bagel for RM16 (or have the eggs & salmon with rosti instead).
The chicken (RM22), Abah & Sons' top recommendation, comes after the egg ...
... a tender chunk stuffed with three types of mushrooms.
Cute stick of motorcycle-shaped chocolate, for dipping into hot milk. Abah & Sons also serves cakes & other desserts supplied by Taman Tun Dr Ismail's Souka Bake Shop.
Meanwhile, the coffee blend comes from Kota Damansara's Wood & Steel; the soda with slices of fresh strawberries is entirely Abah & Sons' own.
Oh, skateboarders have stuff to look forward to here too. As well as fans of live music & movie screenings, if things go well.
Nice place, nice people; expect to see & hear more of Abah & Sons in the months ahead.
Abah & Sons Co Motocafe
62A, The Trillium, Lake Fields, Jalan Tasik Utama 7, Sungei Besi, Kuala Lumpur
Open 10am-10pm, except Tuesdays
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