A rustic cafe hidden in a vegetable farm
But for a change of scene from modern settings to lush green sceneries, venture beyond these eateries in the city to Kebun cafe in Hulu Yam Lama. This rustic cafe, nestled in a vegetable farm, features exposed brick walls, large windows and hanging plants so you can escape city life over coffee and cakes in a nature-filled space.
Quaint atmosphere with views of nature
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Most cafes in the city have a touch of plants to bring the outdoor greenery inside. But Kebun is located quite literally in a vegetable farm – Ho Ho Organic Farm, which is about a 45-minute drive from KL.
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The cafe makes the most of its location with large windows, so patrons can gaze at the green vistas while sipping on coffee.
Not straying far from the nature vibes outside its doors, the cafe’s indoor space has a rustic charm to it with exposed brick walls, rattan chairs and wooden tables. Plants and flowers deck the space too – spot dangling pots overflowing with creepers, and vases of fern flowers that give the dining space a somewhat whimsical vibe.
There’s also an outdoor seating area at the back of the cafe for diners who prefer to soak up the refreshing ambience of nature. This space overlooks a gorgeous view of landscaped greenery, so patrons can enjoy their meals here with the chirping of birds, light breeze and an unparalleled view.
Signature strawberry cakes & refreshing drinks
If nursing a steaming cup of coffee over views of nature sounds like the best way to relax, you can order a cup of Cappuccino (RM10), or Matcha Cold Foam Iced Americano (RM12) for an added oomph, while you’re here.
Kebun also serves a small selection of teas (RM10/pot) as well, should you prefer to skip the caffeine and matcha. Non-coffee drinkers can also go for Kebun’s Milktea (RM7), or a refreshing passionfruit soda drink Markisa Orange (RM12).
Besides comforting sips, the cafe offers a delightful array of cakes and pastries. Their signature Strawberry Shortcake (RM13/slice) is a light and fluffy cake with huge chunks of fresh strawberries, while their Black Sesame Cake (RM13/slice) comes with a dollop of oozing cream that blankets the rich cake.
Other cakes that often feature on their dessert menu include Onde-onde Cake and Chocolate Banana Cake.
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Pastries that patrons can look forward to munching on while here too are baked fresh in the cafe as well – it includes scones, madeleines, and craquelin cream puffs.
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Kebun, a hidden rustic cafe located on a vegetable farm
Whether you’re looking for a new aesthetic cafe to drop by, or a quiet spot to unwind with a cup of coffee, Kebun’s welcoming space will appeal to cafe-hoppers and introverts alike.
You can immerse yourself in a garden blooming with flowers and plants over a warm coffee and pretty desserts – and savour the moment with a few snapshots to update your IG feed with too.
Address: Hoho Fruit Vege Park, Jalan Patin 2, Taman Desa Patin, 44300 Batang Kali, Selangor
Opening hours: Fri – Sun 11AM-6PM | Public Holidays 11AM-5PM
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