Sevencups, Kuala Lumpur

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Most cafés in Kuala Lumpur are divided into two schools of décor – the industrial, grungy Brooklyn-Melbourne look and a cozier—if slightly cluttered—homey Taipei-Tokyo ambiance. Sevencups, hidden away in the brick blocks of Empire Damansara, bucks the trend by giving off a cool, minimalist Scandinavian aura that attracts coffee lovers who enjoys some peace and quiet too.

The sparkly owner Eve Von made her bones as a protégé of Top Brew Coffee Bar barista champion JH Yee and learned about café operations at Artisan Roast HQ. The latter means she is meticulous about running her own shop while the former is a reason for espresso lovers to celebrate as she pulls a mean shot. In fact, black is her favourite way of drinking coffee, as she happily informs us from our visit.

Sevencups uses beans from Singaporean roaster Nylon Coffee. Enjoy your cuppa surrounded by pinewood floors and serene blue walls.

在Empire Damansara里,隱藏了這麼一家咖啡館;
據說老闆是Top Brew的得意門生,
然後再從Artisan Roast學得咖啡館的運作和經營。

G-25, Empire Damansara, Jalan PJU 8/8, Damansara Perdana, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Mon, Wed & Thu 10:30am-7pm / Sat-Sun 10:30am-8pm / Tue closed

Kenny is a writer. CK is a photographer. Together they café-hop around the world and have contributed to The Malay Mail Online, Time Out, and other cool publications. Read more of Kenny’s stories at Life for Beginners and check out CK’s photography at Devil's Tales 胡思亂想.

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