Black Ink No.6

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Est. 2017 Malaysia Good Coffee | Sweet Treats | Simple Food #blackink6

No. 2, Jalan Liew Weng Chee
Kuala Lumpur 50450

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12:00pm - 07:00pm

12:00pm - 07:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm


12:00pm - 07:00pm

12:00pm - 07:00pm

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Picture is the RM22 Yum Yum Bowl, with beef striploin seared to perfection and a beautifully done poached egg topped with micro greens. I’d totally come back to try it’s other siblings!
Coffee tonic with grapefruit - not a big fan of it. Would try their usual coffee next time.


Tuna with spicy mayo, red cabbage, cucumbers, edamame, guacamole, onset egg on sushi rice. It was meant to have salmon as well but they ran out (around 12pm). My friend and I ordered the same thing, but the rice in mine turned out to be quite hard but hers is fine. Sent it back and I assume they cooked a fresh batch of rice. The rice was a tad bit over-seasoned with vinegar and mushy. Overall, wasn’t pleased with the whole bowl.

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At this city centre cafe, the Chicken Katsu Bowl (RM18) is pretty good. The meat inside is a touch too tough but the breaded skin is satisfyingly crunchy, the rice is perfectly cooked without being mushy, and it’s generally well balanced in totality. We'd love if it came with a bit more sauce though. The Yum Yum Bowl (RM20) is a good deal better, featuring probably the most value-for-money sirloin portion in town. The beef is well-seasoned, although ours came a bit closer to medium-well than medium-rare. They’ve also been struggling recently with pace of service, given the growing influx of customers. Teething issues aside: good rice, good egg, good bowl. RM20 is a steal.
Avg price per bowl: RM20

This new cafe enters the city centre scene with comforting rice bowls, creative coffee and sufficient parking space for diners — sounds like jackpot! Decked out in coffee ink art (that likely inspired their ambiguous name), the quiet space has yummy afternoons to offer Burpplers working nearby. To escape the grind with a few colleagues, lunch at Black Ink No.6 and get the Yum Yum Bowl (RM20) — Japanese rice blanketed by tasty beef ribeye, onsen egg and a lush splash of Thousand Island dressing. The rice bowl is a symphony of flavours that doesn't fall short of its name. As they tend to cut down on rice portion marginally to avoid wastage, be sure to let the staff know if you prefer yours full-portion. On drinks, the Dirty (RM12) is potent cold coffee on point while a Black Sesame Latte (RM12) is surprisingly smooth and creamy without overdoing it. For something fancy to impress first-timers, get the Volcano (RM12) that comes in a cup overflowing with chocolate powdered cream and cold coffee.
Avg price per person: RM30

Overflowing with cream and chocolate powder, this explosion of a drink delivers grandeur in appearances, if not flavours. The first sip returns cocoa powder sticking to your lips with cream as its agent. Later, the cold chocolatey coffee comes - a little more diluted than one would expect of its lush introduction.


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