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Ministry of Coffee @ Solaris KL

by Taufulou

I have been hangning out alot in Solaris KL recently, and its turning into more like a little Korean Village that alot of Korean eatery popping out in most of the corner around this area and also coffee place. Quite a number that you can hunt too such as LewisGene (that I didnt blog about it) which is one of my favourite. Now there is one new coffee joint that open in a very hidden corner yet there are many people know about it even though its been in business for less than 2 weeks. Impressive.

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Ministry of Coffee is another new coffee joint that to be added into the area and its starting to gain its popularity among many coffee lovers.

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I think by far this is one of the biggest coffee place that I have come across with mezzanine floor and little garage style concept + dining area on the back end. This is my third time here for less than 2 weeks. .

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Outdoor seating area which is specially cater for smokers and its pretty chilly at times.

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Always start mine with Latte and this round goes with Picollo latte yet turns out to be like Latte.

Their coffee beans are from Doi Chang which originates from Thai. It is said to be organic and had lower Caffeine.

Doi Chaang Coffee is a single-estate, premium Arabica coffee. It is certified organic, shade grown, hand picked, fresh water washed and sun dried. Each bean is hand sorted and freshly roasted to ensure the highest possible quality for each cup of Doi Chaang Coffee. Naturally low in caffeine, it has a complex and flavourful profile that is enhanced and released through detailed cultivating, processing and roasting methods. – Doi Chang Coffee

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Location:
Ministry of Coffee
J-G-09, Soho KL, Solaris Mont Kiara,
Kuala Lumpur
(exactly behind Ole Ole Bali/ facing highway)

Daily, 9am-11pm.

Tel: 03-6211-5531

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4 comments

Ken 25/11/2013 - 10:47 pm

Interesting cafe… i think the cafe culture is percolating even in Penang, over the month of Nov… more than 5 cafes opened in Penang 😡

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Audrey 26/11/2013 - 9:30 pm

I like the decor of the Cafe, looks spacious and cosy! Love to see more and more new cafe in KL^^

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Shannon Chow 27/11/2013 - 1:37 am

Though they carry Doi Chang but it’s no where up to my standard for a decent cup of coffee, too milky and cupsize are too big hence, lacks in the taste. MOC is more of a place to chill.

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admin 27/11/2013 - 9:00 am

agree in a way . . as compare back to my tenant’s latte, doi chaang in Jaya One .. is quite different .. 🙂

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