Common Man Coffee Roasters (CMCR), the specialty coffee roaster, academy and cafe which originates from Singapore, launched its all-new menu that features a fresh selection of artfully crafted comfort fare, elevated and redefined….
Chai Latte is one of their specialty recipe from their kitchen.
Flat White was good, less milk and more coffee taste. Flat White @ RM 12
The Grilled Juicy Chilli Boneless Chicken was delicious. You’d get two large strips/slices of boneless grilled chicken, topped with chilli/tomato puree? I am not too sure about the puree, it provided plenty of flavor and heat but not to an extent that is overwhelmingly hot that it sets your tongue burning. The chicken were grilled perfectly – retaining the tender and juicyness. I enjoyed every bite of it. The dish also comes with a side of crushed avocado salsa, salad and caramelized lemon. Overall, a satisfying dish although I cant comprehend the fact that this dish cost me almost 40 ringgit. Hmmm.
The dining area occupying a large space with different seating arrangement.
Verdict: Food prices are on higher side and definitely not a regular casual outing place. To be honest, the food we had was just decent but did not mind-blowing, we’ve had a better brunch session elsewhere.
Recently, I have been visiting all-day-breakfast places such as Wild Honey and Ra-Ft so when I read of another highly recommended breakfast and coffee eatery, I went there to try out the food with my 3 friends at 8 in the morning.
Reasons to visit: EXCELLENT coffee; a fun high tea; large portions; good variety of both decadent and healthy food options on the menu.
Common Man Coffee Roasters an establish brand in Singapore finally made its way into Malaysia last year. The cafe located in the busy and bustling TTDI offers an all day creative and wholesome brunch menu with a highly raved extensive coffee selection.
How about starting your day with some really yummy brunches from one of the best brunch spot from Singapore? Common Man Coffee Roasters isn't stranger to those who lived in Singapore, and recently they have made its way to Malaysia.