6-G, Jalan Abdullah
Kuala Lumpur 59000

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05:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am


05:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am

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Coley's is an incredibly cosy affair, with a brilliant selection of cocktails worth exploring.

Their cocktails range from the standard classics to alcoholic twists on local delights (I saw a Sirap Bandung drink) to incredibly curious yet brilliant concoctions such as Whiskey Bubble Tea and their PB&J cocktail.

This place is small and is normally quite packed, so it's best to go in smaller groups of 2-4.

Prices are reasonable for the quality of the cocktails, but definitely on the steeper side - I'd really recommend this place for a fun night out of cocktail exploration and the overall cosy ambience.


This is a mix of the most unexpected things.

It has rice paper, crispy fish skin, fish maw, nori, red cabbage and anchovies with sambal mayo dip. The anchovies are dipped in some sweet slightly sourish dip. Goes surprisingly well with the dip. I love the dip! Overall a light snack that is a change from the norm.

This is RM25.


If you’re looking for a fruity, refreshing drink, this is one of it.

This drink is a mix of Angostura Blanco Reserva, amaro, guava, lime and asamboi. I like it but relatively light to me.

This is RM25.

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A nice change from the usual gin & tonic. Personally, I tasted the coconut more than the gin. Big glass for the price.

This is RM25.

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Although fried chicken wings seems to be an ordinary essential in every bars and pubs, the ones over here definitely distinctive from others from taste wise and large portion. They were brined in Chinese cooking wine prior to deep frying which leaves your palate that bitter linger taste of alcohol and sprinkles of Tzechuaj pepper gives you that kick. They are serve with a pineapple hot sauce. Definitely great munch to go with alcohol if you’re feeling peckish. RM25 per serving.


This plate of sinful bar bite consists of dehydrated red cabbage, crispy nori and fish skins, fish maw and tamarind dusted with curry powder is terribly addictive. Served with a sambal mayo dip that makes it irresistible to decline. RM25 per plate.