19.3.15

Kopicat cafe , Taman Molek, JB...

I have been kinda adventurous with food lately. While waiting for my little princess to finish her ballerina class, I drove around to find a good place for coffee and after driving for a while, I found a new cafeteria in Taman Molek. Well, I just need a coffee and this place seems pleasant and decent enough for nice cuppa as well as a dessert. It's so quiet in the late afternoon then and I don't mind bringing my notebook to work here since there's free wi-fi too! 

Love the ambience

Looking out to the entrance

The place where they make the coffees... :)

Here's my pandan kaya cake. It's simply delicious!!!

My kid ordered a mushroom soup to share with my wifey. It really authentic and not those campbell type. 

And my cup of cappuccino
It's been a while since I enjoyed unhurried moments like this during Johor's new weekend. Thanks to the school holidays , else it was chauffeuring duty to fetch the kids to school or tuition centres.

32 comments:

  1. The pandan kaya cake looks so yummy

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    1. Libby - Yes, I love the pandan cake too!

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  2. I love the name "Kopycat Cafe". :) The presentations are divine.

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    1. Linda - It sounds like a song name to me.

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  3. Kopicat sounds funny, like copycat, haha.. Wow that pandan cake looks so so good, with the whipped cream on top.. Mushroom soup looks thick with lots of mushroom and spices too.. Nice..

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    1. Princess - Yeah, the food are really good there and nice ambience!

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  4. This place looks so peaceful and quiet, is a very nice place to sit there whole day to blogging, hehe!!

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    1. Xiao Ying - Yeah, I really don't mind working there with my notebook.

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  5. haha, adventurous as in you are planning to become the JB Food Mayor, so that the Ipoh Food Mayor Claire won't be able to overtake when she settles down there?? xD

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    1. SK - hahaha... I used to blog a lot about JB food.

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  6. indeed a very nice place with a cosy ambiance, and the place looked empty too, with just you and your kid?? the food looked good too.. :)

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  7. hehe, school holidays and you can really spend quality time with your family during weekends.. just one weekend for this term break I supposed??

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    1. SK - yeah, I like school holidays. Can spend time with the family.

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  8. first view i thought is was Plan B coz the decoration looks a bit like Plan B

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  9. The piece of pandan kaya cake attracts me, hehe...

    p/s: i guess u never READ what i wrote on my blog hor, just anyhow comment hor, hahaha...

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    1. Sharon - oh... sorry about that. hahaha

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  10. The mushroom soup is delicious. Both my girl's fav.

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    1. Yee Ling - I love these type of mushroom soup... very authentic.

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  11. A moment of peace and indulgence. Love the place. Nice ambience. I like mushroom soup. The authentic type where they made from scratches, not those Campbell. ;)

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    1. Rose - I like the way you describe it... moment of peace and indulgence. How nice!!

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  12. The decor is quite nice. Oh, that pandan kaya cake looks good!

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    1. Phong - Yeah ... everything seems good here.

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  13. So nice to have a relaxing moment. :)

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    1. lina - I always likes to wind down during weekends in places like this.

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  14. I'd go for the pandan kaya cake!

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    1. Ken - hahaha...I am sure you can find better ones around.

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  15. Can surely 'feel' the nice ambiance there!

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  16. I like these types of mushroom soup with real chunky mushrooms in it.

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    1. Merryn - These are the authentic types where they made it themselves.

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