Sunday, April 20, 2014

Abah & Sons Co Motocafe @ Lake Fields Sungai Besi

Revving up this month to welcome cafe-hoppers, Abah & Sons Co has roared into Sungei Besi's Lake Fields neighbourhood, poised to set pulses racing particularly for lovers of Lambrettas, Vespas & Harleys.

 The Abah & Sons cafe is a labour of love by a married couple & their friends, filled with motorcycle paraphernalia that spans signboards to vintage photos of bikers dating back decades. This 'motogallery' is linked to an Abah & Sons customisation & restoration garage in Cheras' Taman Desa Aman.

 Abah & Sons wheels out a crowd-pleasing menu that includes all-day breakfasts of eggs with generous servings of smoked salmon & avocados in a bagel for RM16 (or have the eggs & salmon with rosti instead).

The chicken (RM22), Abah & Sons' top recommendation, comes after the egg ... 

 ... a tender chunk stuffed with three types of mushrooms.

Cute stick of motorcycle-shaped chocolate, for dipping into hot milk. Abah & Sons also serves cakes & other desserts supplied by Taman Tun Dr Ismail's Souka Bake Shop.

 Meanwhile, the coffee blend comes from Kota Damansara's Wood & Steel; the soda with slices of fresh strawberries is entirely Abah & Sons' own.

Oh, skateboarders have stuff to look forward to here too. As well as fans of live music & movie screenings, if things go well. 

Nice place, nice people; expect to see & hear more of Abah & Sons in the months ahead. 

Abah & Sons Co Motocafe
62A, The Trillium, Lake Fields, Jalan Tasik Utama 7, Sungei Besi, Kuala Lumpur
Open 10am-10pm, except Tuesdays

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31 comments:

  1. Eyewwww!!!! All that clutter! *head spinning* The food sure looks good though.

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    1. Suituapui: heheh, this place certainly is packed with details :) ya, customers might either be attracted by the decor or the food, but ideally both! :D

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  2. I'm happy with an all day brekkie.

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    1. The Yum List: yeah, i like the thought of having all-day brekkies at 3pm, 6pm, 9pm :)

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  3. I wonder why they left the half boiled egg there, isn't it a bit odd?

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    1. Ken: could be a bit of an accident during the plating, i believe :)

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  4. Chicken looks good... stuffed with mushrooms. YUM.

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    1. Baby Sumo: yeah, we didn't order that one initially, but we're glad we did in the end! :)

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  5. The chicken stuffed with mushrooms looks good...anything else in the main meals tat are interesting? =)

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    1. Ulric: pretty short menu for now, but there's also fettuccine aglio olio with crab meat for RM16 :)

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  6. the bagel dish looks amazing! if only it wasn't located so far ):

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    1. JessY: nice to see a bagel on a brekkie dish instead of the regular toasts and muffins, ya :) oooh, it's actually fairly accessible, only a 10-minute drive from bukit jalil :)

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  7. I be attracted by the decor & cute stick of motorcycle-shaped chocolate ..... my little D will love this place ! :D

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    1. “追食富迪”: yeah, i enjoyed looking around this place and also couldn't resist the motorcycle chocolate ... hope you manage to check out this place with little D someday! :)

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  8. Cute deco! Chicken with three types of mushrooms sounds interesting, would like to try that.

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    1. CK: ya, i liked all the effort the owners put into the decor here :) and the mushroom-stuffed chicken is worth ordering ... the meat is juicier than expected, and the soft blend of mushrooms inside is also nice :)

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  9. OMG..clutter ... LOL.
    I'm more attracted to the food ..naturally :P

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    1. Rebecca: heheh, i guess it's a reminder of the old saying that one person's treasure is another person's trash ... i liked some of the vintage stuff here, including a very old photograph of bikers :)

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  10. I love the old signs, and the breakfasts look mouthwatering. All day breakfasts are my kind of thing. Happy Easter to you, Sean.

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    1. Linda: i hope you had a good weekend too, with good breakfasts! :)

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  11. Ahh...must tell my biker friends about this place! :D

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    1. Pureglutton: yeah, this place could be the perfect hangout for bikers :)

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  12. Will come to take pictures and I guess the food will be bonus!

    Wilson

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    1. Wilson: ya, i think you'll be able to shoot some very nice shots here (and have a plate of something tasty too) :)

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  13. Excellent decor!

    We were wondering where cafes like this get their vintage stuff from and we actually found a shop in Frankfurt that sells a lot of the posters, sings and items that I've seen over here. :)

    I'll go for the bagel though, love those things.

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    1. Huai Bin: glad you like the decor here! :) ya, it's nice how these places do a lot of work to painstakingly obtain furnishing. that shop in frankfurt sounds cool! :) and yeah, we don't often see bagels in our brekkie dishes here at cafes, so i couldn't resist ordering it :)

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  14. Very cute place! Like a motor workshop. A clean motor workshop. hehe...
    The chocolate dip in milk...so nice...

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    1. Melissa: haha, ya, it has a workshop feel to it, you're right! and yeah, chocolate with milk can be a good pairing most of the time :)

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  15. Oh my gosh, now you've given me a total craving for these! I love the motor workshop layout... hope to find such a cool place in Penang in near future.

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    1. Cquek: glad you like the concept and the execution for this place! :)

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  16. Yesterday 30min for search this cafe at lake field. .no sign board. .. make us keep round there ... happy we get it at last but menu so few... nthg to eat. . Shame just walk out like that so we 4 people order 2drinks after drink we go beside library cafe have dinner

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