Jam & Kaya Café @ PJ Palms Sports Center, Petaling Jaya

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Posted by : MeCoffeyJourney July 01, 2014

~ Malaysians' favourite spreads ~

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Since young, many Malaysians have been feeding off toasted bread for breakfast. And their all-time favourite bread spreads till this day? Jam and kaya! :)
White and clean interior.
A semi-detached standalone unit located in PJ Palm Sports Center, Jam & Kaya Cafe looks like a comfy summer chalet surrounded by palm trees and a swimming pool. Inside, plain white walls and simple decorations make patrons feel homey and casual hanging in this cafe.
A chilling view outside the window.
Jam & Kaya Cafe is relatively hidden since it is situated inside PJ Palms Sports Center, away from main roads. There are no cars in sight from the cafe, and you are more likely to hear water splashing sounds (from the swimming pool) instead of revving cars, and that's what makes this cafe special, relaxing and exclusive. :)
Simple decorations.

Food & Beverage:
All the usual espresso-based coffees are available here. Their signature coffee is the Mocha with Choco Balls, which is basically mocha added with chocolate-shaped balls. This added option is available for Hot Chocolate too. If you prefer your beverage to be sweeter, you can opt for extra choco balls with a RM 2.50 top-up.
Mocha with Choco Balls (top) and Iced Cappuccino (bottom left). 
Mains are available here, including all-day breakfasts, spaghetti, fish & chips, salmon and chicken dishes. 

One dish that caught my eyes is the Farmer's Pancake Breakfast. Sautéed mushrooms and salad leaves stuffed in between two layers of pancakes, topped with chicken ham, hash brown and a sunny side-up, dripped with maple syrup all around the dish. A sweet and satisfying breakfast. :)
Farmer's Pancake Breakfast (top) and Carbonara Spaghetti (bottom).

A hidden cafe with a holiday chalet experience flanked by palm trees and a swimming pool, and no cars in sight despite busy government offices such as MBPJ and JPN based nearby. One would not expect a short, relaxing getaway place like this in central PJ.

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Latitude: 3.101138 
Longitude: 101.646345

Wi-Fi: -

Payment: -

Smoking Area: Available

Main Course: Available

Vegetarian: Available

Jam & Kaya Café
PJ Palms Sports Center,
No 1 Lorong Sultan, 
Seksyen 52,
46200 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan,
Tel: +6 016-667 5078
Email: j.k.lifestyle@outlook.com
Facebook: @Jam & Kaya Café
Instagram: #jam8kaya

Operating Hours:
Monday                : Off day
Tuesday - Friday   : 10.00 am ~ 07.00 pm
Saturday - Sunday : 09.00 am ~ 06.00 pm

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