Embracing the plant-based lifestyle in Malaysia

Cafe Scouting: The Black Cat Cafe

Cafe Scouting: The Black Cat Cafe

One of the best hidden treasures in town, I love visiting The Black Cat Café whenever I’m in the Sentul area. It’s an eccentric little place that has a homely ambiance, complete with a games corner, and a library that stretches across curio-decorated walls. There’s even a piano waiting to be played by anyone who fancies to.

The Asian categories of the menu are vegan. I’m amazed that you can have a great quality meal here for less than RM10! Hospitable customer service too. The Black Cat Cafe is a place that you’d be happy to stay put in on a rainy day, or any sunny day for that matter!


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