Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Kofix Cafe @ Pandan Indah

For that all-day brunch fix, Kofix's poached eggs with smoked salmon on paratha-like flatbread (RM19.90) & Scotch eggs wrapped in chicken sausage with sauteed mushrooms & roasted mixed potatoes (RM21.90) both put a few successful twists on familiar KL cafe favourites, well-executed enough to merit a reasonable recommendation. Pair with a mildly textured sweet potato latte (RM11.70) & delicate Fukamushicha long-steamed green tea (RM12.70).

Kofix Cafe
1-G, Jalan Perubatan 2, Pandan Indah, Kuala Lumpur. Tues-Sun, 1130am-10pm. Tel: 03-4285-4285

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12 comments:

  1. Whoa, you're really fast, Sean. I don't even know of this...and I live here, haha! :D From the first photo, I recognised the place instantly (since they retained most of the decor and furniture, right down to the table no. & vase). Looks like this place took over from Question Mark Cafe that has now closed (unless it's a rebranding). When I wrote that post, I questioned its sustainability in the long run due to its prices (and taste). I must head here soon to see how it compares :)

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    1. Contact.ewew: you're right, this was question mark! i'm not sure whether it was an ownership or management change, but the menu has definitely changed. you can investigate and find out what happened! :)

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  2. Their Kofix's poached eggs with smoked salmon is really very delicious looking and calling ME!!

    I am wondering what is long-steamed green tea besides just pouring hot boiling water over a tea bag??

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    1. Twilight Man: apparently it's also called deep-steamed tea - i got this from a site on green tea: tea that is initially steamed for a longer time than what is considered to be usual. It’s commonly produced in the prefecture of Shizuoka. Normally, the steaming process for green tea runs for about 30 seconds to 1 minute. In contrast, fukamushicha is steamed for longer than 1 or 2 minutes.

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    2. Thank you for the lessons. I appreciate it.

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    3. Twilight Man: i learned something too :)

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  3. I like what I see! Pandan Indah is like a faraway place to me.

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    1. Phong Hong: pandan indah is also foreign land to me! :D

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  4. Nice to have another cafe a bit closer to home. Mmm... seems Scotch eggs are a bit of thing at the moment.

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    1. The Yum List: scotch eggs ARE having a moment in kl, that's true! all the better for us egg fanatics ;)

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