It’s a good spot to dine in nature and — of course — for your Instagram-worthy shots too.
Located in one of the busiest area of Klang Valley, Pokok KL offers a sweet escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. The cafe offers the urban crowd a whole dining experience whilst surrounded by the nature. The glasshouse effect has been the main highlight that grab attention from cafe hoppers and foodies alike. Already one of the trendiest brunch spots in Klang Valley, Pokok KL did a great job in terms of its design and architecture, putting emphasis on its floor-to-ceiling glass exterior which enhances its simplistic aesthetic values.
Food off the menu are prepared fresh from the kitchen, from its soup & bites, brunch and mains selections. For a cafe that has been operating for only 2 months now, the menu is quite extensive, offering its patrons options such as breakfast platters, pastas, salad, the all-time-favourite nasi lemak, as well as croissant, pies and other pastries.
While Nasi Lemak Platter off the mains seemed rather tempting, Big Breakfast with Poached Eggs was alluring with its sourdough toast paired with mouth-watering chicken gourmet sausages and tender turkey ham, along with juicy grilled vine tomatoes, button mushrooms, and fresh potatoes. The portion was fairly large, enough to make you full throughout the day.
The Carbonara Pasta was also our favourite. The thick spaghetti was lightly cloaked in creamy egg yolk, accompanied with beef bacon and perfectly cooked poached egg, simply stepping up the carbonara game.
Finally, quench your thirst under the shady trees with their iced cappuccino and refreshing Passion Peach.
Overall, Pokok KL is perfect sanctuary for those who wish to escape the endless bustling city. The only drawback is the price may be slightly overpriced. Nonetheless, the food served here are freshly and well-cooked with a fairly extensive options to choose from.
MAHSA Avenue, Block B, Jalan Universiti, 59100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tuesdays – Sundays 9 am – 9 pm
Closed on Mondays.