Saturday, June 5, 2010

Pacific Coffee @ Pavilion


A discreet hangout, tucked away from the rest of Pavilion.


Two ice-blended coffee flavours: Rocky Road with marshmallows, alongside Cookies & Cream. Surprisingly good; thick and tasty enough to recommend.






Pacific Coffee,
Level 2, Pavilion.
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11 comments:

  1. Haha...a coffee review :) Darn, miss the whole KL shopping malls atmosphere. Was the coffee "kaw" or thick enough? I'm no coffee addict but do enjoy the caffeine hit/rush, especially on a lazy weekend, the perking up does help give a second wind to breeze past the families with prams/trollies etc while shopping.

    If you have the time, go visit Austin Chase in Level 1 (near the food court). The coffee with Baskin Robbin's ice cream? delish..

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  2. I was initially wondering where it was located, then saw T&Co in your pic and as you can imagine, most girls know where that is. Hehe. Seems like a strange location for a coffee place, though. Didn't you try the cakes? I hear they are delicious.

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  3. elrond: heh, ironically i said recently that i wasn't a coffee fan, but suddenly, i've done a coffee review :D well, hopefully u'll be back in kl soon and enjoying yourself at pavilion, klcc, etc. the iced-blended here wasn't as thick as a milkshake, but thick enough for me! strangely, i never get a caffeine rush though, even if i drink an espresso. i did go to austin chase once, but didn't realize they have coffee with ice cream. will keep in mind! :D
    lemongrass: yikes, i don't think i've stepped into ANY of the stores on this floor (except for the very few eateries). it definitely seems banished to an obscure area, but maybe all the better locations at pavilion are taken. as for the cakes, heh, i only learned who the supplier is AFTER i already visited this place :D

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  4. Yup..initially hard to find. But yea, once you know..then it's alright.
    I got coupons from the launch event & will be using them soon~

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  5. tng: yeah, it's quite easy to get to, and one of the best things about it is the lack of crowds (for now!). maybe i'll head back there for sandwiches, cookies and cakes one of these days :D

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  6. nice cosy place. and at the same time can ogle at the jaguar. maybe a nice place for cigars too!

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  7. eiling: heh, yep, the cars were very sleek! and there's actually a small cigar lounge less than 100 meters away from this place...

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  8. Hehe. Devil will certainly know how to find this, given it's located in our home away from home... :P

    Decor seems really simple and uncluttered, may the taste of the coffee simply shine out! :)

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  9. Lfb: hmmm, i can still get lost in pavilion ... the only outlets I really know are the eateries and times bookshop! but yeah, if u both are looking for a place in pavilion for a semi-secret rendezvous, then this is it (for now)!

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  10. That may be a good thing. Being too familar with a shopping mall isn't really a healthy trait to cultivate, after all. :P

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  11. Lfb: but u never know when a mad gunman might go on a murderous rampage at pavilion while u're there. if that ever happens, your detailed knowledge of the mall might help u find the best hiding places!

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