Take a Break at These 6 Speciality Mid Valley Coffee Places

Take a Break at These 6 Speciality Mid Valley Coffee Places

Need your caffeine fix after a tiring day of shopping? Take a break at these 6 specialty Mid Valley Coffee Places.

1. Greyhound Café

With Bangkok inspiration and Bangkok flavours comes Greyhound Café, created to bring you the best coffee experience coupled with a lot of good food.

Have a break at Greyhound Café if you’re looking for a vibrant and hip coffee place to unwind from the intense shopping experience you just had and while you’re at it, indulge in the food they have to offer such as their signature Greyhound Fried Chicken Wings, their Tub Thim Grob Greyhound style and their Fresh Coconut Crepe Cake.

Location: G(E)-011 & G001, Ground Floor Mid Valley Megamall

          Hours: 10.00 AM – 11.00 PM

2. Kedai Kopi Malaya

Go back to the simple times by having a cup of coffee old Malaya style at this coffee shop. Designed based on the 1950s coffee shop concept, everything about this place is meant to bring you some peace of mind while sipping on your coffee classics.

Plus we also love the fact that they serve a lot of the local kueh-mueh that you typically see during “minum petang” with the family back in the days.

Location: GK-02, Ground Floor Mid Valley Megamall

          Hours: 10.00 AM – 10.00 PM

3. Gigi Coffee

Hailing from Osaka, Gigi Coffee is made for coffee lovers who appreciate good coffee beans and good brew.

Besides the classic roasted coffee, Gigi Coffee is also well-known for its Nitro Coffee, something new for those who want to experience a new sensation when drinking coffee. While you’re at it, grab some Osaka-inspired desserts to get rid of that coffee breath after.

Location: FK-06, First Floor, Mid Valley Megamall

          Hours: 8.30 AM – 10.00 PM

4. Antipodean

Coffee and food go together like bread and butter, and at Antipodean, it’s always important to pair the right coffee with the right food.

Besides serving great hand-brewed coffee, Antipodean is also well-known for their wide variety of brunch menu. Take their BLT Sourdough for example that goes well with a tall order of Latte or a Frappe, for those of you who like your coffee cold. We should also mention that Antipodean only used coffee beans roasted by Indonesia’s top specialty roaster, Merdeka Coffee, so it’s quality in a cup all the time.

Location: G(E)-011A, Ground Floor Mid Valley Megamall

          Hours: 7.30 AM – 11.00 PM

5. Starbucks Coffee

Starbucks Coffee needs no introduction. You know you’re always getting good coffee when you step a foot inside their store. What we love most about the Starbucks Coffee in Mid Valley specifically is where it’s placed.

It has an outdoor area just next to the main entrance and in between their office buildings so you can people-watch while you finish your coffee of choice or you can opt for a relaxing workplace while you’re getting your coffee fix. Either way, it’s impossible to say no to Starbucks Coffee.

Location: G-100, Ground Floor Mid Valley Megamall

          Hours: 7.30 AM – 11.00 PM

6. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

Another top contender in the coffee places in Malaysia is The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf. Not only do they sell a good cup of coffees, but they also serve a wide selection of tea leaves for tea lovers and to finish it off, pair your cuppa with their freshly baked bagels or their baked fresh daily cakes and scones.

After all, the best way to take a break from all the walking around is through good food and a good cup of coffee, right?

Location: G-047, Ground Floor Mid Valley Megamall

          Hours: 8.30 AM – 11.00 PM

If you liked this list of the 6 Best Mid Valley Coffee Places, then you should definitely check out Sentul Coffee Shops: Top 5 Coffee Shops to Relax and Chill in Sentul!

Don’t have time to walk to your nearest coffee store? Don’t worry. Make your order via the foodpanda app and have your coffee delivered to you instead!

Article Written By Evans

Evans Hu is a foody at heart. He is always on the look out to explore best places to dine in Klang Valley. When he’s free, he often goes on a “culinary trip” out of Klang Valley with his friends and family.

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