Three more coffee places around Kuching to share…
One Degree 33 Cafe
Sublot 18, Ground Floor, Song Plaza, Jalan Song / Jalan Tun Jugah, 93350 Kuching, Sarawak, 93350 Kuching
Came here for lunch and we had breakfast items for lunch. They serve breakfast all day. I don’t see anything wrong. The Full Works (RM20 if I recall this correctly) great for sharing between 2-3 people. Tasted great! Was stuffed! Everything was cooked to perfection. As for the drink, can’t say anything about the coffee. I ordered iced chocolate which was rather diluted, not up to my expectations. Still, I don’t mind to come back for the food.
Rusty Bean & Batter
M42/M43, Level 1, ST3 Shopping Mall, Jalan Simpang Tiga, 93350 Kuching
Craving for pancake and/or waffle, you can check this place out. The tea they used is from T2, reminded me of my time in Adelaide. Love to visit T2 at Rundle Street just to try out various tea they have and also to look at those tea sets they’re selling. I’m surprised to see this brand here.
It’s been quite awhile ago visiting this place, I don’t quite remember what we ordered, just wild guess…
Left: Jupiter Pancakes (RM14.90), sweet and salty with coconut cream and caramelized banana. Don’t remember what syrup was that. The coconut cream is sweet enough, don’t need the syrup but it will give you another twist of flavour in a good way of course.
Right: Bavarian Apple (RM13.90), Belgium waffle with caramelized apple and vanilla ice cream.
The Coffee Clinic
GF, Sublot 16, Song Plaza, Off Jalan Tun Jugah/Jalan Song, 93200 Kuching
When I visited this place, they just opened. Very cute place.
I’m not sure whether they improved or not. Basically, when I was there, there’s a lot of room for improvements. I heard they have improved a lot, many people like the place too. They even have a restaurant upstair now.
Aside from Coffee Clinic, they also own The Coffee Factory. Some how I lost all the photos of The Coffee Factory (JT Building, 7th Mile, Kuching-Serian Road, 93250 Kuching), another coffee place in Kuching. Worth a try too.
That’s all for now. There’s still quite a number that I’ve not tried. Too many, too hard to keep track.
Comments on “Coffee Places Around Kuching (Part 2)”
All these places with cute names always do well for a few months. then start to sink.
They should focus on the quality of food and services.
it is no good to have fancy name, funky design and serve half ass food.
I think each coffee shop should just serve one or two thing. Make them very good and keep the floor and kitchen super clean.
Office, yes, quality of food and service is very important. Cleanliness is crucial too. We’ll see how long they can last.