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Amore Espresso Bar @ TTDI

A rather hidden cafe in Taman Tun which goes unnoticed if you don’t frequent this area often because there isn’t a prominent signboard which shows where it is situated. If you’ve been to La Juiceria or Super Saigon, it is along the same row and located upstairs a few shop lots away.

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They have a beautiful minimalist interior which is cozy and perfect for a lazy day out.
PS: they also have an amazing acoustic playlist which gives you your ultimate cafe vibe.

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They’re a sister company to Save The Date Fleur and I am guessing it was a floral arrangement class that was going on when I visited the cafe.

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I tried their Bulgogi Bowl and Oolong Rose Tea and particularly loved the rather wholesome meal. I loved the rice bowl for many reasons but mainly because of the runny egg yolk which made the entire dish yummy when mixed together.

The tea was ordinary in my opinion but perfect if you’re looking to go easy on the sugar.

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Here’s their Ham & Cheese Croissant which is equally good. I love pastries and especially this type of open croissants. I have to say, most places which serve open croissants would lack in flakiness when it comes to the croissant but this isn’t the case and I am impressed!

The Flat White behind is also pretty good if you fancy having a cuppa coffee.

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I couldn’t say no to desserts and gave in to their Oolong Rose Soft Serve which is not only pretty but also yummy! Disclaimer: I am not the biggest fan of Oolong tea and would have preferred if the Rose flavour was more prominent. But, it was still a good cup of soft serve ice-cream.

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I also ordered a slice of their Red Velvet cake which was not too bad although it is nothing to shout about as I’ve tasted better ones.

Overall, I’d say they provide good food which is value for money. I paid under RM60 for 2 drinks, 2 mains and 2 desserts which allows you to roughly gauge their rough pricing. Also, I must mention that their slice of cake is larger than your usual cafe slice. If I had to pick favourites, it would be their soft serve ice-cream and bulgogi bowl which wins hands down.

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PS: their neon lights on the feature wall is 100% Instagramable and definitely meets the criteria for a hipster cafe. I’ve got a crush on you Amore Espresso Bar 😉

Till my next hidden find!

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