Located behind the Hang Tuah police station, VCR is no doubt a hidden gem in the city. What attracted my attention was how they transformed a house to a vintage café with sentimental value.
Dim-lit ambience downstairs with the barista counter and a few small tables.
Upstairs is more spacious, with wooden floor and plain white wall that preserve the old house feel.
Windows overlooking some greenery. Such a rare view in the city.
Potato waffle. I must say that this combination goes really well. I am also truly impressed by how VCR is generous with their ingredients. The assorted mushroom was overflowing!
Granola. Healthy option, not exactly my kind of breakfast but I managed to have a bite. It was delicious!
VCR serves great coffee given the knowledge and passion of the two owners. Definitely a good place for coffee and cake, and maybe brunch too if you could bear with the limited selection.
The sunnier side of the café. Great lighting for photographs.
The balcony was pretty cool albeit not so cooling.
Address: 2, Jalan Galloway,
50150 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03 – 2110 2330
Operating hour: 8.30am – 11pm