Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Grizzly @ The Intermark

KL's coffee hunters on the prowl for new hangouts can take a shot at Grizzly, a nifty sandwich-&-caffeine bar in The Intermark.

It's a small space that packed with cute caniforms, from miniature replicas to furry teddies ...

 ... to cool little signs that reflect a chuckle-worthy sense of humour ...

 ... plus an attention-seizing life-size model that guards the side of the entrance & beckons to customers.

 Toasties, made to order & served nice & warm, comprise the main highlight on Grizzly's food menu.

 The top temptation here: The inventive 'banh mi' toastie, a cross between the Vietnamese sandwich & the British-beloved toasted sandwich, well-stuffed with lemongrass chicken, duck rillettes & crisp veggies in lovely bread. Each toastie is RM12.

 Other options include chicken with avocado, beef bolognese & tuna with grilled cheese. Or try the chicken & beef pies (RM15).

 Grizzly serves blueberry or banana chocolate waffles with ice cream (RM15), but this office building's workers on the move might like to grab carrot & coconut cakes or chocolate chip cookies if they're in a hurry.

 Shortbread cookies & anzac biscuits, anyone? We see more than a few hands shoot up.

 Grizzly currently uses Papa Palheta's increasingly common Throwback Brazilian-Indonesian blend. Flat whites cost RM10.






Grizzly Cafe @ The Intermark, Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur
The Intermark, Kuala Lumpur. Same floor as Guardian Pharmacy, one floor above Jaya Grocer's food court.

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22 comments:

  1. supported ur review again, it really looks nice!

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    1. Happy walker: ya, it's a decent little cafe for people working at the intermark :)

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  2. What a cute and attractive place! Nice looking atmosphere and dishes, and I love the bear concept! :)

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    1. Linda: the bear concept is definitely lovable! :D

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  3. Work till 930pm tonight, I need a cup of good kopi to rewards myself! :D

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    1. CK: yikes! i hope today you'll only have to work until 530pm ... and ya, reward yourself with good coffee and a peanut butter cookie! :D

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  4. Ohhhhh will be at Intermark later, maybe I'll say hi to the bear! :D

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    1. Rebecca: say hi to the bear for me too, heheh! :D

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  5. The model bear looks kinda scary to me, lol ;p
    Different style of bahn mi, still it looks yummy to me, would love to drop by here next time for the food and coffee!

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    1. 比比: hahah, ya, a lot of passers-by were staring at the bear as they walked past :) and ya, it's interesting that they're offering banh mi in a toastie sandwich form. hope you enjoy this place if you drop by :)

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  6. This place is made for me - a giant grizzly bear, I am! Very friendly and docile one though. Muahahahaha!!!!

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    1. Suituapui: hahah, yes, i think i'd be happy to meet a bear like you :D

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  7. i like those bears!!! Would like to try out the banana chocolate waffles~ =D

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    1. Jean: heheh, yeah, some of the bear decorations here are quite cute :) and yeah, it'll be interesting to see if the waffles taste nice :D

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  8. the bear in the box looks sweet...the huge one certainly looks grizzly!

    Love the idea of toasties and coffee. Not complaining even though many are mushrooming everywhere.

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    1. Missy: heh, yeah, i think i prefer the smaller bear to the life-size one too! :D and yep, it's nice to have different places at different locations that pay attention to good coffee :)

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    1. Vincent: hope you enjoy the place! :)

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  10. the big bear standing behind the glass looks garang~~~ :p

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    1. 女飞侠: haha, ya, if i met a bear in real life, i think it would also look quite garang :D

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  11. why the bear at the entrance look so stern at me :/

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    1. Constance: heh, maybe it's supposed to be a grouchy grizzly bear that hasn't had its coffee yet :D

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