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The Green Tomato Cafe is great lovely cafe, have a simple interior and outdoor garden as you will enjoy a very fresh air when you relax under the shade of trees. They also serve customers with the delicious western food, you can grab your breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner time, please remember to come early before this cafe closed at 8pm. They will give the choices to you to drink coffee, tea or healthy detox drink! They also have amazing desserts, especially the Oreo Cheese Cake so delicious!
Take a peek inside this garden style cafe as you free to explore on your own! It is very good idea to combine the beautiful garden, cafe and batik workshop into a natural and colorful batik village! My friends and I enjoyed to walk around the beautiful garden!
We found out that this cafe is hidden in the deep place, after we passed the “MyBatik” workshop at first. Mrs Emilia happy to meet us there. Her staffs are friendly, then she guided us to visit around her workshop until at end, we sat down beside the cafe only. We are hungryy and cannot wait to eat their top of favorites food!
I felt that this environment was quiet and relaxed, but we keep to sit under a big umbrella and tree, so we won’t feel hot. Don’t worry, you sure will have a lovely time to chat-chit each other. Or your family bring your kids to enjoy to play around the playground at the garden!
The kids can play to climb up on the trees or sit on the grass to play the toys! I saw few kids are cute, especially Mrs Emilia’s daughter is very beautiful! She is shy and likes to shake hand with us.
Before you look for it, I suggest you to use an app, Waze to search “Green Tomato Cafe”with your smartphone because it is very hidden cafe in the quiet area. It make us also drive circle around this place again. Luckily, we noticed that there are a small sign of “Green Tomato Cafe” at a gate of building then you free to park in the car park. No worries, they never charge you to pay the parking fee, it is just FREE parking! I always be thankful to my best friend, Aida who become my driver to travel with us in Kuala Lumpur! Haha.