156, Jalan Petaling
Kuala Lumpur 50000

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11:00am - 06:00pm

11:00am - 06:00pm

11:00am - 06:00pm

11:00am - 06:00pm


11:00am - 06:00pm

11:00am - 06:00pm

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This Petaling Street hotspot is one of the few cafes in town to focus on tea – you will not find a coffee machine here! Their tea leaves are specially brought in from China, and expertly brewed by the team to bring out each unique flavour. The strong and herbaceous Aged Liu Bao Tea (RM18), a fermented black tea which carries sweet notes when brewed at the right timing (just one minute!). Other must-haves are their cold brew teas like the light-bodied and floral-tasting Darjeeling First Flush (RM22) and the refreshing Japanese Sencha Green Tea (RM18). Pro tip: Teas are only available between 11am to 6pm!
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Earthy, slightly heavy-bodied and a lot bolder in flavour, this fermented black tea is must-try if you’re looking for something a bit more unique.

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Chocha makes very good cold brew teas. This one came recommended for fans of floral notes – very much like rose! Easy to drink and great for a hot day.

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Chocha Foodstore's space never fails to stun guests with its pastel-coloured walls, big plants and dried flowers. Come by day or night to enjoy the vibes and to share a feast with the gang. Start with the refreshing Kerabu Rojak (RM24), followed by the popular CFC (RM26) — cincalok fried chicken that’s crispy and fragrant. Also delicious is the sweet and slightly spicy Sticky Bebek Goreng (RM60). As for drinks, they brew lovely Cold Brew Teas (from RM18), or cap off the meal with a glass of wine from their large wine list.
Photo by Burppler Huixuan Tan

📷 In frame: ⁣⁣⁣
Cincalok Fried Chicken [RM26]⁣
✨: The natural light-strewn interior of Chocha is, without a doubt; gorgeous. Prior to my visit, I've heard great things of Chocha's Cincalok Fried Chicken. ⁣

💬: After finally trying it for myself, I'm sad to report that it didn't quite live up to my expectations. The chicken was dry with a greasy and heaty aftertaste. The pairing of the chicken with the refreshing accompaniments of tangy salsa and sweet tomato chutney was appropriate but failed to compensate for the lacking texture of the chicken. ⁣

For fried chicken, Table and Apron will remain my go-to 🍗 ⁣

Nonetheless, I'd re-visit Chocha for their other menu options that caught my eye such as the Biang Biang Noodle 😋⁣

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This bottle it’s perfect for a party of two. Chocha uses fresh tea leaves from China for this, which results to a light and sweet cold brew tea. I liked that it’s not too heavy either.