1. An urban glasshouse cafe
Located in one of the busiest are of Klang Valley, Pokok KL appears like an urban greenhouse that exudes a modern and simplistic aesthetic building. The cafe highlights glass exterior from floor to ceiling all the way up to the rooftop.
The interior is simple – with exposed brick walls that add a touch of rustic finishing. The solid black metal frames make it look bold as the whole concept of the cafe is more to wood and green.
2. Surrounded by nature
Opening just in October 2018, Pokok KL has received much attention from cafe hoppers – thanks to its minimalist architecture and surrounded by nature. The cafe offer customers
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3. Can cater huge crowd
The cafe can accommodate a maximum of 100 pax per time. If you opt for a calming and relaxing brunch accompanied by a cup of latte, then the outdoor space is available for you. With rattan furnishing and a touch of tropical-inspired cushion, it provides laid-back dining.
4. From local dishes to scrumptious pastries to choose
At Pokok KL cafe, menu covers about 20 food options ranging from soup and small bites, breakfast platter, pasta, salad, local dishes, dessert along with scrumptious pastries that perfectly matched with a cup of hot coffee.
For brunch options include big breakfast, creamy spinach with bechamel, avocado mash on rye bread with poached eggs, sauteed mushrooms and scrambled eggs, Asian selection as in nasi lemak platter as well as interesting fushion pasta.
5. Campus cafe by Brick House Sdn Bhd
Pokok KL was founded by Brick House Sdn Bhd – where they do events, catering and operates several cafes within universities. They currently have 4 outlets which are Glasshouse & BAKED, Warehouse, Treehouse and Lakehouse.
MAHSA Avenue, Block B, Jalan Universiti, 59100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tuesdays – Sundays 9 am – 9 pm
Closed on Mondays