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Sunday 14 November 2021

KOPI CLUB Sungei Wang Plaza

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Happy NRP Phase 4 Kuala Lumpur! 

Sunday morning saw us back in Sungei Wang Plaza to run even more errands. The millennial had an appointment with his hair stylist at 11am so we thought we'd have a quick breakfast, or brunch as some would call it, at Kopi Club.

Located at the Lower Ground (or Concourse Level) Sungei Wang Plaza's website touts it as "A delicious home cooked food which reminds us of our childhood days - our very own local delicacies. Kopi Club serves good coffee and delicious food that you'll craved for more." We do agree that Kopi Club exudes an old 'kopitiam' or traditional coffee shop ambience, which we found soothing.

Our very Malaysian breakfast came up to RM28.80 or approximately USD7/EUR6. We thought that it was a teensy bit pricey by our standards but did not mind paying extra given the location and the 'ambience' the cafe provided.

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📍 Location:
Kopi Club Sungei Wang Plaza -

We do what we can to support local businesses, and it's always good to know that everyone here observes all related SOPs, it helps make us feel safer and reassured.

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