Meaning cafe in Japanese, Kissaten is home to a myriad of great food & beverages!
If you think it's just another regular cafe, you'll be shamed.
From pizzas, pastas, to katsu don to satisfy any glutten. There's also salads, sandwiches to please those with light palattes.
Die hard fans of local favourites have to try the lam mee or kueh teow soup, and milk tea aka teh tarik!
Then there's the side dishes one of which is the unique crispy curry chicken roti served fresh from the oven.
It’s hard not to squeal at the delectable homemade desserts! Cheese cake that's truly No.#1! Whoever has heard of the dessert concoction of pumpkin cream with vanilla ice cream?? That, you've got to try! And the ooh so smooth ginger pudding...
Think sipping from a long cool glass of honey lemon soda on a bright sunny malaysian weather. Kissaten offers homemade drinks which you don't exactly have the luxury to do at home.
Or if you are a fruit person, enjoy the variety of fresh juices, yoghurt & smoothies.
Coffee addicts will be pleased to know Kissaten serves illy coffee.
Kissaten whips up breakfast and lunch set menu for the office crowd. The variety is just perfect - not too little that you get bored, and not too much that you feel overwhelmed.
Even if you don't work nearby, here's an excuse to head on over to Kissaten to try out the sumptious spread!
Who knows, Kissaten may just be your best cure to work-blues!
Oh... and did i mention for all egg fanatics out there, Kissaten's version of half boiled eggs are perfecto ? Keep an eye on the onsen tamago (the Japanese version of half boiled egg) on the menu and you'll soon find eating one can be simply delightful!
KISSATEN Coffee and Restaurant
L12A-1-1, Palm Square
72A Jalan Universiti
t: 03 - 7954 1990
f: 03 - 7957 3440
Opening hours: 11am - 11pm daily
Close On Monday