Sunday, May 24, 2015

KitaKita Kafe @ Bukit Damansara

From kebaya to karipap: Malaysian crafts & cuisine come together at Kita Kita, a combination of a store & cafe where customers can shop for locally produced clothing, tableware & paintings while snacking on some beloved traditional tidbits.

Take a table by the window & take your time to savour the sunshine & serenity; the crowds haven't chanced on Kita Kita so far, so it still is possible to have this entire Bukit Damansara cafe to yourself & pick the prettiest pastries & cakes from the counter.

Try the Tiffin Set (RM20) for a teatime treat - it carries three types of kuih-muih, with options from savoury kuih cara berlauk to sweet kuih seri muka, Terengganu-style fried fish crackers to citrus-infused sardine sandwiches on buttered bread, bingka ubi to mantao buns with chilli crab dip. Everything's satisfyingly prepared, washed down with Nescafe, Horlicks or teh 'o' limau ais.

Complement the comfort food with retail therapy; for food fans, cookbooks are for sale. Service is warm & accommodating.

KitaKita Kafe
G1.10, 1 Jalan Medan Setia, Bukit Damansara, Kuala Lumpur. Cafe opens Tues-Sun, 11am-8pm. Tel: 03-2096-1323

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18 comments:

  1. Interesting place, Rm 20 does not sound too grueling to the wallet

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    1. Ken: yup, and the tiffin set can be shared by two for a snack :)

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  2. Nice place, i like the way they serve in the Tiffin carrier.

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    1. Cquek: yup, it's a fun presentation :D

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  3. The paintings are so colourful!!! What a neat place!

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    1. Linda: i'm glad you like those paintings :)

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    1. Happy walker: heheh, yep, cute :)

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  5. Lovely place, lovely stuff for sale too...though I would not want to stumble upon that headless thing in the middle of the night. LOL!!! I had those made-in-Thailand tiffin carriers but they say they're not good for hot food...so they're in one of the kitchen cabinets, somewhere. Guess they're fine for serving like this - very nice.

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    1. Suituapui: ya, it was nice to browse for a few minutes through the retail section :D

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  6. What a light bright space. Nice to see some originality in design.

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    1. The Yum List: yep, this place makes nice use of the sunlight :D

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  7. What a coincidence...I have karipaps in my post today too :D Hmmm, I was more attracted to the things you can buy than the things you can eat!

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    1. Contact.ewew: i didn't try the curry puffs here though ... but i wanted to! :D

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  8. What a beautiful place, I like they serve the food in tiffin carier ~ ^__^

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    1. Choi Yen: heheh, yeah, i ordered the tiffin to get a pic of the carrier :D

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  9. I will take a table by the window for sure, and to enjoy my favorite kuih. Hehehe.

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    1. CK: heheh, too bad they don't have a peanut butter kuih here for you, ya :D

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