Parque Cafe is a unique cafe with a glasshouse design located in the vicinity of the upcoming township – Eco Sanctuary nearby Kota Kemuning. The entire surrounding area used to be grasslands and it is now under massive development by Eco World themselves and other development titans, IJM Land and Tropicana.
The design was inspired from a little house that appeared in Jay Chou’s MV – Handwritten Past. With such a compelling design, of course I had to give this place a visit 😛
Upon arrival, guests are required to park at an open car park outside the Eco Sanctuary area. A buggy will then come and pick you up and send you to the cafe. Once there, there will be a view overlooking a beautiful garden and luxurious houses. But since we’re here for the coffee, we entered the cafe 🙂
The cafe itself is actually pretty small. However there are actually two separate ‘houses’, where the second house is catered for larger groups.
There are also barrel themed tables and chairs outside but it will probably only be used at night. Malayisa’s scorching hot sun is unbearable.
At night however, the cafe will be lighted up as there are christmas lights hung between the two houses. The atmosphere will be so romantic and the experience will be entirely different.
Upon ordering, there was a poster that says ‘If you want hotter coffee, please let us know’. Miss M took advantage of this and she requested for hotter coffee! So we both ordered one cup of coffee each along with an amazing chocolate cake.
I swear this is one of the most intense chocolate cake I’ve ever had, but in a good way! The chocolate filling was quite dense and you could really taste the richness of the chocolate throughout the cake. Along with a great cup of coffee, we had a really great time just chilling.
The entire cafe, inside and outside was really photogenic. They have really outdone themselves with the design of the entire place.
Apart from the cafe, the surrounding show houses were nothing short of amazing. We went to roam the area and the houses were really beautifully built.
This place may be slightly far for those living in KL, but rest assured, the trip will be worth it 🙂