This KL Café Is Going Viral For Serving Colourful Drinks From A Hole In A Wall
If you're looking for an Instagrammable eatery in KL's Chinatown, consider Jamboo, a café with a unique concept that's currently taking social media by storm
Initially founded as a home-based business during the Movement Control Order (MCO), Jamboo finally opened its physical doors in 2021 and has since become a favourite among Klang Valley café hunters and foodies.
Jamboo's exterior can liven up patrons' Instagram feeds with its artsy and aesthetically pleasing design, which features a mostly green and white colour scheme that reflects sunlight beautifully.
The outside area is cheekily dubbed Jamboo Alley, a section where customers can sit and enjoy the fresh and cooling air of Chinatown.
The cute café is currently trending on social media due to their unique method of serving customers' drinks — through a hole in the wall
The unique concept is perfect for introverts who prefer minimal human interaction while getting their caffeine fix.
Jamboo is well-known for their colourful beverages and signature homemade kombuchas.
If you're looking for a fresh and summery drink that will awaken your tastebuds with fruity flavours, we recommend ordering their MangoCha — a vibrant matcha drink paired perfectly with pink guava and mango.
Caffeine enthusiasts will appreciate the café's selection of caffeinated beverages, which includes the Volcano Coffee and the traditional warm cup of matcha.
As for food, Jamoo specialises in serving lei cha, a traditional Hakka vegetable-based dish with at least 11 ingredients
Their version is unique in that they let their patrons customise their orders according to their preference.
The café's filling menu also includes food inspired by traditional Malaysian flavours, such as Sarawak laksa, Melakagu bowl with gula Melaka-infused chicken, and satay belakang.
Ready to quench your thirst and snap cute Insta-worthy photos?
Here's where you can find Jamboo: