Seniman Kakao Restaurant
Address29, Jalan Pudu Lama
50200 Kuala Lumpur
Opening hourMonday - Thursday: 8:00AM - 10:30PM
Friday - Sunday: 8:00AM - 11:00PM
Price / Fee[1 year ago]
Banana Fritters (RM 12.00) ‧ Banana Fritters (RM12) ‧ Barramundi Fish Rice Bowl (RM23.50) ‧ Chicken Waffle (RM25.40) ‧ Chocolate ball (RM6.80) ‧ Clam Pasta (RM 21.20) ‧ Coriander Chicken Rice Bowl (RM23.50) ‧ Egg Benedict (RM25.40) ‧ Espresso + Soy Milk (RM 11.80 | Chocolate + Water (RM 9.50) ‧ French Omelette (RM 19.10) ‧ Granola Bowl (RM17) ‧ Hot chocolate + water (RM9.50) ‧ Ice Chocolate + Coconut Milk (RM13.80) ‧ Lemongrass Chicken (RM 23.50) ‧ Lemongrass Chicken Rice owl (RM23.50) ‧ Shakshouka (RM25.40) ‧ Squid Ink Pasta (RM21.20) ‧ Vegan Tempeh & Avocado Rice Bowl (RM23.50)
Signature DishesBanana Fritters ‧ French Omelette ‧ Clam Pasta
We take cacao, ferment it, dry it, roast it, crack it, winnow it, grind it, conch it, temper it and make it into exquisite chocolate.
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Seniman Kakao - Videos | FacebookSeniman Kakao - - Rated 5 based on 3 Reviews "Proudly Malaysian sourced and made. Tastes very good too."
Seniman Kakao - 29 Jalan Pudu LamaSee 2 photos and 1 tip from 9 visitors to Seniman Kakao. "Best chocolate shop in town, they are using Pahang and Perak kakao. Please try chocolate..."
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Seniman Kakao Cafe Jalan Pudu Lama: Bean-to-Bar Chocolate & Cakeloved the Banana Fritters RM12. Breaded banana deep fried to golden brown, garnished with grated cheese and served with chocolate shot as dipping!
Seniman Kakao @ Jalan Pudu Lama – A hidden delight.The Ice Chocolate with Coconut Milk is apparently a crowd favorite, hence why I decided to give it a try. It was something different. With every sip you’d taste, the taste of chocolate will hit you first. then the taste of coconut and it ends with the taste of slight bitterness from the small bits of dark chocolate scattered around. If you are the kind of person who liked your chocolate drink thick, you most probably would not enjoy this drink as much as due to the use of coconut milk, it is just a tad lighter, waterier than the usual. However, if you fancy a chocolate drink with a twist, do consider this combination. It is different, refreshing and makes for a good drink to quench your thirst. It was not too sweet, it had just the right amount. I most probably would still stick to the regular chocolate with cows milk but if I fancy something a lil different – I’d go for this.