Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Sudo Brew @ Damansara Jaya

There's time & space for both work & play at Sudo Brew, where deadline-besieged customers can pore over their spreadsheets while a tireless team of baristas pours them all the cups of cappuccino it takes to get the job done. With library-style carrels for a semblance of privacy, plus 50 Mbps WiFi for breakneck online researching, all the power points you'll require & absolutely no desk rental fees for now, this stripped-down cafe could be a useful location to bookmark. Note that Sudo Brew (a tech term, its founders say) currently opens 6pm-2am on Mondays & 11am-2am from Tuesdays through Sundays but aims to be a 24-hour outlet once it hires more staff members.

No full-blown kitchen is running yet, but you can order a bittersweet invention of ristretto-splashed home-made brownies, garnished with vanilla ice cream, diced capsicums & pomegranate arils. Rumour has it that instant ramen & occasional cheesecakes may also be stashed behind the counter. The coffee selection is certain to continually change, but right now, Coffex's Discovery medium-roast blend is one option on this street where no other speciality coffee bars have sprung up.

Sudo Brew
7 Jalan SS22/11, Damansara Jaya, Petaling Jaya, Selangor

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22 comments:

  1. What an interesting concept. I hope they do well.

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    1. The Yum List: yep, they could be a life-saver for people looking for somewhere to work and have coffee in the wee hours :)

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  2. 24 hour cafe? interesting concept but not too sure if someone would look for a cup of joe at 3am

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    1. Ken: heh, depends on the hours that someone keeps, i guess. i wouldn't mind a cocktail (but not coffee) at 3am, heh :D

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    2. It's near KDU, so maybe it'd work.

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    3. Suanie: oh yeah, you're right! now i remember the cafe's co-founder mentioned KDU too :)

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    4. KDU has moved :) mostly to the Shah Alam campus. Speaking of food, rumour has it that some Chinese students got culture shock in Shah Alam due to the lack of ethnic cuisine. Lol.

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    5. Jerng: ohhh ... but shah alam now also got a lot of hipster cafes for students to lepak at :)

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  3. I love the exposed brick and coloured chairs! :)

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    1. Linda: glad you like those sections! i love those chairs too :)

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  4. The inside looks more like a furniture shop! :D But hey, 24-hours coffee with individual workstations might work (for students).

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    1. Contact.ewew: heh, it does feel like not-quite-a-cafe :) the free high-speed internet would make them happy too :)

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  5. mamak now has competition :D

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  6. Wow, now we can have coffee all the time! :D

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    1. CK: and at pretty low prices ;)

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  7. Looks like a good place for undergrads to catch up with their work over a cuppa.

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    1. Suituapui: yeah, they can get out of their hostel rooms and have a more spacious place to do their stuff ... and a cafe is always nicer than a library, heh :)

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  8. Regular opening hours! Sudo Brew now opens at 11 a.m.
    https://www.facebook.com/sudo.brew/posts/992991040765627

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    1. RL: thanks - have just updated the hours :)

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  9. They are already operating 24/7 (they were open over the whole CNY weekend!), and are now serving proper food! Heard that it's quite good. Should check it out.
    https://vulcanpost.com/478851/sudo-brew-cafe-damansara-jaya/

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  10. Hi. I understand that you intended to have a change of your flooring without disturbing the operation. Please give me a call and we will provide an Eco solution. Tel 0122891884 Lam. Tq

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