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Green Tomato Cafe

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Green Tomato Cafe, Kuala Lumpur (Garden Style Cafe)

I seldom blog in english version but special for this blog post!

The night before visiting to Green Tomato Cafe, Alan had informed me to dress casual for our breakfast on the next morning (the Labour Day) which fall on Friday, and it’s a long holiday for us because of Wesak Day ( fall on the following Monday) , so we can well spent our perfect 4 days long holiday with our family and friends.We set our destination on Waze to make sure we use the right way to skip the massive jam to the Cafe. Frankly speaking, without the apps of “waze”, we might couldn’t get to the right place within short time frame, Alan and myself would easily got lost in the city of KL. After 20mins drive from Cheras, we reach the exactly location as shown on their website. Tall trees, green gardening with the blossom of flowers, family love…
I’m so in love with this ordinary cafe where brought me returning into calm and relax. We both ordered two sets of hearty breakfast and a cup of cappuccino. This is self-service and the ordering is so much convenience with the big picture showing in the iPad provided by the cafe. The reason why both of us ordered the same thing is because of the BIG portion, we are hungry!!While waiting for our food, I walk around to kill some time. There is Boutique selling batik clothes and Batik Workshop for public to join the fun of drawing & painting. Parent nowadays busy on their job, social network and etc, believe me, try to find some time to bring your children for the fun to create closer connection with them, it worth than a million dollars.

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Green Tomato Cafe is located at Yayasan Seni, Ampang and owns by Emilia Tan,who is also the Batik artists. A petite lady with her nice batik outfit  put a smile on our face welcoming us to their cafe.
The batik workshop besides the cafe is very interesting whereby customer can learn to make the batik of their preference by just paying for a minimum fee of RM 50. This place really preserve the arts and culture of our Malaysian heritage  and tourist gets to know our cultural as well.

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Pancakes RM 14 – Pure and simple pancake with maple syrup and fresh fruits. The combination is pretty good with sweet strawberries and kiwi. Palatable Light and fluffy pancakes.

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