Ahoy Cafe

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AHOY the new cafe in town opens in 74 Jln SS15/4 Subang Jaya, Malaysia. We offers a sailing / boating experience concept. From ours name Ahoy! to the ship & boat drawings, you will feel relaxed the moment you step in from the hot hurried afternoon. Our coffee drinks served are fresh & aromatic. We will keep going to create more special dessert drinks. Ahoy is a signal word used to signal a ship or boat, stemming from the Middle English cry, 'Hoy!'. The word had fallen into obsolescence before rising from obscurity as the sport of sailing rose in popularity.

74, Jalan SS15/4
Subang Jaya 47500

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11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

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Matcha burnt cheese cake(RM14.90) and iced matcha latte(RM12). Awesome combination!


Ahoy in SS 15 should be well known by now. It has been going steady for quite a while I guess. My first time going there with me having a red velvet went ok. Not great, but ok. But hey, I heard they have mains too!!

So for the second time around, I decided to try their Hot and Sour Chicken Wrap set where you add on RM 5 for a cuppa, latte or americano getting the total bill at RM 19.00. The wrap set comes with a small bowl of mushroom soup, a side of a salad along with the wrap itself.

Their tortillia wraps were a little thicker compared to Subway's and the wrap itself, while juicy, was not overflowing with juices and sauces. You get a little pinch of heat but not enough to make you grab a bucket of ice. In fact, to some it would probably go unnoticed. The mint sauce at the side gives you a nice tangy and minty touch or you could just leave it there to be decoration. Personally, I actually find the wrap not bad. Loving the red, yellow and green peppers.

The mushroom soup was very creamy. But I'm spoilt that I like my mushroom soup thickened with potatoes (try it guise, it makes all the difference). People who don't prefer cream might not fancy this since it is quite creamy with a strong dairy taste. I personally get sick of greasy or heavy foods easily so I couldn't finish the bowl. Most of the components were blended finely with a few sliced mixed mushrooms here and there and the earthiness of the mushrooms and the creamyness of the cream gives a large contrast. Which may be a good or bad thing. Personally I would have preferred if they sweated out the mushroom's prior to adding in the soup. And I also got myself a mouthful of pepper (as in an undissolved clump) tho I guess perhaps I was unlucky today.

Salad was simple with lettuce, carrots, cherry tomatoes and Goma (japanese for sesame) sauce. The goma sauce doesn't drench the salad but also is enough to give you some sesame-ness with every bite.

Well this Hot and Sour Chicken wrap certainly doesn't make me burst in flames.

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The people behind Ahoy stand out from the crowd with a nautical theme. On-the-floor seating is available, and expect to discover elements of the sailor all over the cafe — from thick ropes to little ships by the counter, and drawings of anchors on the wall. Its location makes it an ideal spot for college and school students nearby to meet up for a chat over coffee and cakes. Go for their red velvet or tiramisu!


It's a Saturday. And Saturday means studying and also looking for a nice place to indulge in my weekly sinful cake delight at a random spot with hopes that the place will serve me a decent cake my picky palate will approve of. Today it was Ahoy Cafe.

They were having a promotion of a coffee (latte, flat white, or cuppuccino, all hot) and a slice of cake (UP: RM 11.90) for RM 15.

In an ideal world, I would have opted for a Mocha or a Chocolate since I'm not (rather I can't be) a coffee drinker. But today it was a Flat White with a slice of Red Velvet (with prayers that I won't need to make a trip to the hospital). The Red Velvet was really a little too sweet. The strawberry jam by the side was used to tone down the sweetness with its tartness and really, it did a great job. I just wished I had more jam to work with. I can't comment on the coffee itself since I'm not a coffee drinker and I only consume coffee at gun point (mainly because coffee will kill me if I take too much). But the bitterness of the flat white did well to tone down the sweetness of the cake. Texture wise, the cake was dense and moist with the buttercream frosting sportinf hints of lemon in it. Overall tho, in terms of taste, it is a little too sweet for me. Sweet tooths will appreciate it tho.

Oh and the window seats are quite warm.

The best macha lava cake that I’ve ever had