We stayed in the ANSA Deluxe room (32m²), which have recently been refreshed, so the rooms are sleek and functional with a modern wood interior. The rooms are well-appointed and spacious, with either a king-sized bed or twin (single) beds, work desk, 32" flat screen LCD TV, tea/coffee making facilities, minibar and complimentary WiFi. Guests can also order and request in-house delivery from the Starbucks downstairs.
My kids loved the Vortex Tunnel and kept going in and out for more than 10 times, whereas their mother backed off after 3 steps – the tunnel made my head spin and I lost my balance! But I loved the kaleidoscope: the photo will make an excellent social media profile picture!
Ticket price: Adult RM35 (with MyKad), RM45 (non-MyKad); Child RM25 (with MyKad), RM35 (non-MyKad); Family RM90 (with MyKad), RM120 (non-MyKad).
One of the must-try pasta dishes at Greyhound Cafe is the Spaghetti with Dried Salty Fish (RM26). For me, this is pretty similar to an aglio olio, with the addition of holy basil leaves and chillies as well as the crispy salty fish (which is not to be mistaken for salted fish as this is quite lightly salted) which adds texture to the overall dish. I love the heat from the chillies and the fresh flavours from the herbs.
A Penrose triangle aka ‘impossible’ triangle – an optical illusion where the object appears to have no beginning or end point.
I’m a real fan of Thai cuisine. Who doesn’t love some sour and spicy goodness once in a while? Greyhound Café in Bukit Bintang serves up some tasty Thai fusion meals, which will surely tantalize your taste buds.
Overall, a satisfying dinner. Really like the great ambience. Planning to sample more dishes in future visits. Definitely a great place for gatherings, celebrations or merely a casual dining. If you are still planning on which restaurant to go to for your Christmas & New Year celebrations, Greyhound Cafe could be an ideal option. Do check it out!
A trendy restaurant we love, offering several western style dishes, in addition to Thai food, pasta, sandwiches and many more.
We enjoyed the food and beverage at Greyhound Café tremendously as well as the beautiful ambiance. It may be labeled as trendy food but we really enjoyed the Thai dishes with a twist. Greyhound café is also perfect for celebrations with family and friends for those who are game to try modern Thai cuisine.
Greyhound Cafe Malaysia is beautifully decorated and is definitely an “Instagramable place” for Instagrammers. Will the franchise in Malaysia do well or better than the one in Thailand? Price wise, it is definitely on the high side. Food wise, it was alright. I don’t know. What say you?
Greyhound cafe was first established in Thailand. A stylish and edgy cafe in black. If you are wondering where it is located at, it is in the between of Fahrenheit 88 and Lot 10.