11, Jalan PPU 2, Taman Perindustrian Pusat Bandar Puchong
Puchong 47100

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12:00pm - 11:45pm

12:00pm - 11:45pm

12:00pm - 11:45pm

12:00pm - 11:45pm

12:00pm - 11:45pm

12:00pm - 11:45pm

12:00pm - 11:45pm

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The La Cappuccino is no longer a mini, local-esque caffeine kick but rather a cappuccino that’s darker and nuttier than their usual white. Still a very good one, made with their house roasted beans. The Long Black (RM7), not pictured, is also good — not too bitter but still strong enough to satiate.


A spin-off of burgeoning cafe JWC from Johor, this Puchong depot (the first in Klang Valley) doesn't skimp on the decadence that popularised its sister cafe. The lofty two-storey space sports swanky chandeliers, chrome furniture and even an elevator to ferry diners upstairs. Swing by for brunch with friends and family on your next weekend splurge! Try the Tomato Basil Mushroom Sausage Casserole Bagel (RM28.90), an all-day breakfast board that fits enough food to go around for two. It comes with a ramekin of sizeable sausages baked in delectable tomato gravy, house-baked bagel and a side salad. But if you prefer Asian eats, the menu sees a Japanese twist in the JWC Curry Chicken Rice & Scrambled Eggs (RM15.90). The fluffy omurice (egg-wrapped rice) is set amid a pool of flavourful curry and a fried chicken cutlet. Served in a small kopitiam-style ceramic cup, the La Kopi Cappuccino (RM8.90) does justice to the star it's awarded on the menu — it's creamy with just enough punch to kickstart your day.
Avg price per person: RM40


Genuinely surprised by how delicious this small cup of cappuccino was. JWC of Johor fame made a quiet entrance into Puchong in the past months and it's sure matching up to its southern standards.

The cutesy local cup and the La Kopi prefix are likely insinuations that the cappuccino likens to local coffee. For me, it hits all the right notes between strong, sweet and foamy. Caution: one cup probably won't suffice. If you like something extra fragrant, try the floral-inclined Morrocan Rose Latte (RM13.90).