The Coffee Club Malaysia @ Subang Parade, Subang Jaya

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Posted by : MeCoffeyJourney July 11, 2014

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A new coffee franchise arrives to town, and they are planning to make its first red carpet appearance with a blast! This Sydney-based coffee chain has erected its first cafe in Subang Jaya, a classy two storey unit conjunct to Subang Parade, matching the standard of the area's swankiest cafe, Jibby & Co just across the road.
Double storey cafe outside, but within the vicinity and linked to Subang Parade. 
The Coffee Club has 3 entrances, 2 of them which are linked to Subang Parade: from the Ground Floor (nearby T.G.I. Friday's) and Lower Ground Floor (nearby McDonald's and Esquire Kitchen), and another entrance from the main road, Jalan Kemajuan Subang.
The Coffee Club three entrances.
Both levels are covered by glass windows, with plenty of sunlight penetrating into this cafe. Despite the Malaysian sunlight, the air condition is sufficiently strong enough to make sure patrons only gets the natural light, but not the heat that the sun emits. 
Stairway to the upper floor.
The kitchen is located at the Lower Ground Floor while the baristas operate at the upper floor. Caffeiniacs, you guys know where to sit best to smell the coffee aroma when baristas do their magic. :)
Upper floor.
The Coffee Club also has an outdoor porch facing the main road, where you get to enjoy watching cars drive past, or even grasping to move an inch during peak hours. :P
Outdoor porch.
Beautiful graffiti arts can be seen outside of The Coffee Club's glass windows. Adding on the curved stairways, it makes this location feels like an urban skateboarding scene. It would be cool if this area is converted into a mini skate park. :)
Graffiti arts outside The Coffee Club.

Food & Beverage:
Caffeiniacs should know that Australia is famous for their good coffee right? Besides originating from Australia, The Coffee Club's coffee beans are also UTZ Certified, which means the beans are being produced using socially and environmentally responsible and sustainable production methods, with care for people and the environment.
Cappuccino (top) and Flat White (bottom).
All the usual espresso-based coffees are available, with the addition of a few specialties such as Melloccino, with marshmallow added on top. Local favourites such as teh tarik is available too (soon).
Chai Latte (left), Long Macchiato (middle), and Melloccino (right).
Hot Mocha (left) and Iced Signature Coffee (right).
The Coffee Club menu is pretty wide, from burgers, sandwiches and breakfasts, to steaks and even local favourites char kuey teow. For desserts, its cakes variety is still growing, expect more to come.
Beef Burger (left), Petite Mignon - Imported beef medallion (top right) and Spicy Beef Bacon Spaghetti (bottom right).
Gianduja - chocolate hazelnut cake (bottom).
Marketing efforts try to brainwash patrons with the same questions placed around the cafe, 'Where will I meet you?'. But after having a sip of java from the land down under, will your immediate response be 'The Coffee Club'? Share your experiences by leaving a reply below. :)

A classy cafe to enjoy some good coffee from the land down under, and its wide menu variety. A suitable place for a meetup, work or pleasure alike, with ample capacity in its double storey unit.

Where will I meet you? At Coffee Club! :)

Scan or click on the  QR Code to get directions to this café via Google Map
Latitude: 3.082312 
Longitude: 101.585632

Wi-Fi: Available

Payment: Visa & Mastercard, Cash

Smoking Area: Available

Main Course: Available

Vegetarian: -

The Coffee Club Malaysia
Lot No. LG 33 & G 32,
Subang Parade,
No 5, Jalan SS 16/1,
47500 Subang Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan,
Tel: +6 03 – 56128117
Fax: +6 03 – 56129117

Operating Hours:
Monday - Thursday : 08.30 am ~ 11.00 pm
Friday - Saturday : 08.30 am ~ 12.00 am
Sunday : 08.30 am ~ 11.00 pm

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  1. The best place to start our search is at the source. There are two main species of coffee plant that find their way to your cup such as Arabica and Robusta. Espressokocher


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