Mori Kohi Off Jalan Tun Razak – a cafe houses in a bungalow, 5 minutes drive from KLCC.
The Rabbit Hole Changkat Bukit Bintang, Bestow Jalan Imbi, WU DI Cafe Jalan Galloway, Bray Bakery See Hoy Chan, and Mori Kohi Jalan Tun Razak – these are probably the top 5 most talked-about cafes that opened in KL city center for the past few weeks. We visited all five, couldn’t tell which is better as each has their own strength.
The Rabbit Hole takes prides for the interior with a pool within the restaurant. Bestow KL offers a chilling al-fresco dining space that overlooking the upcoming PNB tower and TRX 106. WU DI Cafe calls for a IG worthy facade that blends in with heritage design of the building itself. Bray Bakery is a no-stranger among sourdough lovers. Their freshly baked goods are always awesome and they are turning ” passion to reality”, with a physical store at See Hoy Chan now.
While for Mori Kohi, it is located in an unassuming location that is just 5 minutes drive from KLCC, in a bungalow somewhere near to RGB Cafe. The space creatively put together 5 concepts under one roof – a cocktail bar. an event space, a cafe serving contemporary Western-Japanese food, vegetable farm and a plant retail gallery.
Chicken Gyoza RM15.00
Chicken Kaarage RM17.00
Cold Somen RM15.00
Mori Signature Tendon RM28.00
A really photography-worthy and comfortable place that we don’t mind spending hours at. From brunch to dinner or in between, Mori Kohi is a cafe that you can add into your to-go list.
NO. 11, Jalan Aman Off Jalan Tun Razak,
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 10AM-10PM, closed Tuesday