Coffee on wheels: Folks who live or work around Bukit Jalil can now find caffeine beside the road, where one man braves the heat to ensure the people have espressos.
The Mad Alchemy can currently be hunted down usually near trucks selling tau fu fa & chee cheong fun to the students of the International Medical University (IMU). Track the trail (plus opening hours, typically 10am-5pm weekdays) at https://www.facebook.com/TheMadAlchemy
The lattes taste nice, as satisfying as most that we'd savor at regular coffee bars.
But this time, it's better to have a cold beverage to beat the sultry, no-sweater weather.
Lower Concourse, Avenue K, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur
The Oct.-Dec. edition of Eat Drink KL: 100 Favorites is now available in an eBook for free, convenient reading on computers, tablets & smartphones. It comprises reviews of 100 eateries that span various locations, cuisines & budgets: http://eatdrinkkl.publ.com/Eat-Drink-KL-100-Favorites-Oct-Dec-2013 (link expires Dec. 31, 2013; see blog entries after that date for new link).