Photo credit: @theowlscafe
[Date Visited: March 2021]
The Owls Cafe has made a name for itself in the Klang Valley, thanks to its signature waffles and brunch offerings. The Owls Cafe at One Space is the sister of New Chapter by The Owl in Bukit Jalil. High ceiling with huge glass window allowing ample sunlight gazing through, creating a comfy vibe for those who like to do their work in a cafe. I decided to pay a visit for a quick lunch and waffle dessert because it had been some time since I last visited The Owls Cafe.
Flat White (RM11)
Comment: It was on the bitter end but the coffee was strong enough to give a caffeine kick.
Ajisai Matcha Latte (RM15)
Comment: The matcha was sourced from Nike Neko Matcha but I think it would taste better with lesser milk.
Ultraman Pasta (RM18)
Comment: Spaghetti coated in a savory salted egg yolk sauce, served with juicy and sizable chicken karaage, topped off with fried egg. The taste was even better after mixing the runny egg yolk together with the salted egg yolk sauce.
Midori Waffle (RM23)- Matcha based waffle with mandarin oranges, sprinkle of pistachio topped with black sesame and coconut ice cream and red bean cream.
Comment: I wasn't a fan of this soft texture of waffle, matcha taste was light but the black sesame and coconut ice cream were good.
To be honest, the waffle here was decent, I had better waffles in my usual waffle spot. However, the Ultraman Pasta can be another food for cafe hoppers to crave for.
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G.01, G.02 & G.03, Ground Floor The Square @ One City, Jalan USJ 25/1C 47650 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia