Coffee Amo @ TTDI & Absolute Coffee Stop @ Subang
July 28, 2014
Coffee Amo unveiled its second branch this month, spreading its wings from KL's Chinatown to Taman Tun Dr Ismail.
This is one of TTDI's prettiest cafes; Coffee Amo retains much of the charm of its city outlet here, transplanting nostalgia-tinted artwork & furnishing into a calmer, leafier suburban setting where sunshine streams in from the shop-house's first-floor windows.
Note though that Coffee Amo at Taman Tun is closed this week for the Aidilfitri holidays & will only reopen on August 4.
The full range of coffee is available here; premium specialities include drip or syphon brews for Sumatra Mandheling, Hawaii Kona & Jamaica Blue Mountain beans (mostly between RM18 & RM27 in price), to be partnered with chicken pies & cakes.
For cafe-hoppers who prefer an edgier-looking venue, here's a peek into Subang's new Absolute Coffee Stop, the psychedelic polar opposite of Coffee Amo.
SS15's college student crowd might enjoy the younger-skewing, chilled-out vibe at this two-storey outlet.
Cakes are available; the fruity 'Isabelle' seems to be one of the more popular options.
5 Senses coffee forms the foundation for the beverages here (soy milk is offered as an option), served at the 'standard drinking temperature' of 55-60 degrees Celsius. Rooibos tea 'red espressos' are available too.
The increasingly ubiquitous, eternally desirable Smooshie has also carved a juicy presence at Absolute Coffee Stop.
42A, Persiaran Zaaba, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur
Soft-launch hours: 9am-6pm, closed Fridays. Will expand hours after Aidilfitri.
Absolute Coffee Stop
A9-G, Jalan SS15/4D, Subang Jaya, Selangor
Daily, 10am-midnight (2am on Friday & Saturday). Tel: 03-5612-2893
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