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This Café In Bangsar Lets You Bring Along Your Furbabies While You Have Brunch

It's official. Your furbabies are planning brunch with their furbuddies now!

Cover image via Little Chirpy Hub (Instagram) & @chowsc86 (Instagram)

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This café could become your new, favourite spot to bring your furkids and their playdates

Located in Bangsar, Little Chirpy Hub is a cosy café that allows customers to bring along their furry kids to brunch.

This quaint café first welcomed customers on 3 February this year, with the intention of serving as a location where pet parents can bring their animals.

The abundance of natural light and beautiful minimalistic decor with diverse greenery makes the café a perfect place for work or study purposes, and you never have to worry about leaving your furkids unattended at home.

Enjoy their array of unique dishes while your pets play around in the homey café

Their Soy Glazed Salmon Cubes Bento and Thai Basil Minced Pork Bento are some of the unique dishes available at Little Chirpy Hub.

The eatery also serves viral dishes like Croffle Boom, which is a croffle dessert topped with peanut butter and chocolate sauce, and served with vanilla ice cream, whipped cream, and Biscoff crumbs.

Don't worry about leaving your pets hungry while you eat because this café serves food for them as well

You can also book the café for a private event, where you can host birthday parties for your pet and invite their furry friends

If you're wondering if you can bring along your unconventional pets to the café, yes. Yes, you can.

Planning a play date-brunch with your friends and their furkids?

This is where Little Chirpy Hub is located:

Address
8, Lengkok Abdullah, Bangsar,
59000, Kuala Lumpur.

Operating hours
10.30am - 5pm (Weekdays)
10.30am - 9pm (Weekends)
Closed on Tuesday.

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