Friday, April 25, 2014

Oh Scooter Cafe @ USJ Subang Jaya

Riding into Subang for coffee & cakes at this new cafe run by a Vespa-loving family whose own scooter is parked out front.

 Oh Scooter is a spiffy-looking hangout with excellent business hours, operating 9:30am-11:30pm everyday.

The fun order here: Deconstructed coffee (RM11.90), with components of espresso, milk & cotton candy served separately. 

Depending on how sugary you like your coffee, dunk some cotton candy into the hot milk (it dissolves speedily) ... 

... then pour the full shot (Musetti beans are used for now, but that might change) ...

 ... stir well, & voila! A creamy, satisfactory beverage with well-balanced flavours should be the result.

Food? Only desserts are currently available (banoffee pies in jars to Victoria Sandwich sponge cakes) ...

 ... but waffles, salads, sandwiches & pasta should be offered by early May.

 Cosy & comfortable; could spend a couple of hours here. Oh Scooter has potential.

Oh Scooter Cafe
Jalan USJ 21/10, Subang Jaya
Tel: 03-8011-5507

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24 comments:

  1. 3927! Hope I'll get lucky! LOL!!!

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    1. Suituapui: hahaha, i want a small share of the earnings if you strike it rich! :D

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  2. cotton candy to replace sugar! sooo creative!

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    1. Constance: and fortunately the cotton candy didn't taste bad at all :)

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    2. I really enjoy to read your blog and will be waiting for your next update.I appreciate all the work you put into this site, helping out others with your fun and creative works.
      Self Balancing Unicycle

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  3. Cotton candy :) So cute! Even though I don't have sugar in my coffee, I would have dunk the cotton candy just for the fun of it. Cute cafe

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    1. Footfringe: heheh, ya, i like how there wasn't any weird flavour in the cotton candy ... it tasted like sugar, pure and simple :) and ya, it was fun photographing this place :)

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  4. Wow, what a creative concept of having cotton candy and coffee!

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    1. Ken: it's definitely one of the main attractions here :)

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  5. That coffee with the cotton candy sounds really fun!

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    1. Baby Sumo: your two children might enjoy it! :)

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  6. Somehow I can't picture coffee and cotton candy together, so I don't think I would be tempted to try the coffee, I would find it too sweet. I love the decor and that scooter!!! Wow!

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    1. Linda: i had a similar hesitation, but the cafe here did a good job with making its cotton candy, i think :) and yeah, the scooter theme is a nice one :D

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  7. LOL so gimmicky. I could hear all the uppity coffee connoisseur gasping in horror now. Hehhe.. but it's all in the name of fun of cos.

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    1. Rebecca: heheh, it's nice to have a healthy balance of the cafes that take a serious approach and the ones that want to be light-hearted :D

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  8. DECONSTRUCTED COFFEE?Omg so creative !! Heading there next week!!!!! ;P

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    1. Eunice: yay! hope you enjoy this place and have fun with the food and beverages :)

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  9. What a fun way to enjoy coffee!

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    1. Kelly: yeah, kudos to this cafe's team for offering this option! :)

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  10. Deconstructed coffee? Hmmm not my cup of coffee, hehehe.

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    1. CK: heheh, you could try to experiment with something like this for your home kitchen :D

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  11. Deconstructed coffee is so unique! Espresso, milk & cotton candy at one go....very special to me ;-)

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    1. Melissa: yeah, it's the first time i've seen this offered by a cafe here :)

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