Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Jibril @ SS15 Subang

If you visit SS15's new Sangkaya coconut ice cream parlour, take a close look at its brick wall backdrop. You'll notice the outline of an entrance; push on it & you'll find Subang's current secret sanctum: a strange speakeasy-style lounge called Jibril.

But this isn't a cocktail bar - Jibril turns out to be a no-liquor zone, serving mocktails like the Potter (RM6; non-alcoholic beer infused with butter) & Monroe (RM9; non-alcoholic white wine with strawberry & satsuma oranges), plus coffee creations like a Gingerbread Latte (RM7), paired with, say, kaya-coated waffles (RM6). It has the potential to mature into a fun destination.
June 2015 Update: Note that waffles are currently no longer available at Jibril, but other desserts are.

Jibril Lounge
25 Jalan SS15/4B, Subang Jaya, Selangor. 
Mon-Thurs, 12pm-12am; Fri, 230pm-12am; Sat-Sun, 12pm-12am

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11 comments:

  1. I am not keen on the wallpaper, but I love the exposed brick and vintage telephone! The dishes look tantalizing. :)

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    1. Linda: that telephone caught my eye too! :D

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  2. I see they do have some interesting drinks there

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    1. Ken: yeah, they definitely tried to come up with an enticing beverage selection :)

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  3. One of Subang's best kept secret is now out. I was wondering when Sean would sniff this one out

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    1. Wangsa Baiduri Resident: heh ... i'm only a bit sad though that on the night we managed to go, most of the food items we wanted to try were not available ... the salted egg butter chicken, the swedish meatballs, and the macarons :D

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  4. Interesting! Like a secret hideout!

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    1. Suituapui: shhhh, don't say it so loud! :D

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  5. I don't like alcohol, so the drink here is just nice for me. Hehehe.

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    1. CK: heheh, ya, whereas i still went for alcohol after this :D

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  6. Nasi goreng nanas - Top Notch !!

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