The Avocado Spread was simply delicious. They did the Egg benedict very well, without being too rubbery and thick. The bread was also just nice, crispy only at the sides. I preferred this bread than the typical hard muffins. It was my first time eating this item, and was so well worth it for the package price.
这只是一个平日的上午， Pokok KL Cafe @ Mahsa Avenue生意看起来不错呢！
Overall, we had a lovely, satisfying brunch, with just the right amount of Instaworthy photoshooting.
The food at Pokok is decent, but then again we’ve only tried a couple of items and looking at the wait and steep prices, I don’t think I’d make a return visit. There are many other cafes out there with better ambience and more affordable prices.
Coffee Cheesecake (MYR 15) A decent slice of chocolaty indulgence that was not overly cloying, albeit I don’t mind enjoying it with much stronger caffeine nuance.
The Truffle Mushroom Soup was da’ bomb. If you loveeeeeee truffle oil like I do, I’m sure you’d agree with me that the use of truffle oil in literally anything is beyond awesome. This mushroom soup is no different. It is the distinct truffle aroma that hits you first before anything else and once you start digging in, the flavors are real good. As mentioned above, the portion size is big. The soup isn’t served in a small bowl, nope. You’d get thick, condensed soup in a medium sized bowl, served with 2 pieces of bread on the side. This could literally be a main meal by itself because it will fill you up. Yummy!
Cafe food here is just normal, as I was told the food here is very good. Find that the food is bland and not as outstanding as was told by a few of my friends.
The new insta-worthy glasshouse cafe that is opened by Brick House Group. It is quite hidden and located inside Mahsa Avenue.
Sweet morning for Summergirl as she ordered Signature Chocolate Lava with Ice Cream & Fresh Berries RM12. Not bad, paired well with our coffee. Pokok KL also features ice-cream from Waka-Waka Gelato