Luck Bros Kopi is the latest/newest opening in town and it has got everybody talking. Officially opened less than a month ago, what is unique about this cafe is its dual concept – a cafe + a mini petting zoo. Formerly known as Luckin Kopi, this is their 3rd outlet, the first being at Petaling Street and second at KLIA.
Basically, the cafe is located in a building. It has a corridor that leads you to different areas, a separation between one area to the next. A part of it is the cafe and others parts consist of the animals.
Parking: Well, everyone parks by the road side here. We ended up parking opposite the road and walking over.
To get here, do Waze to LuckBros Kopi Kota Damansara.
The petting zoo has an entry fee of RM 10. One can look forward to petting ponies and goats, rabbits, fishes, snakes, spiders and etc. Perfect for a day out, especially with kids. As it takes a while for food to arrive, once you guys have placed your order, you can then head to the animal petting area to be entertained.
Nasi Lemak Sambal Udang, RM 16.90 + Salted Egg Chicken Mi Sedaap, RM 14.90 + Karipap, RM 5 + Apam Balik Bun, RM 5.90+ Kopi Ais, RM 0.99
We started off with the Apam Balik Bun. We ordered this dish because literally every other table ordered one. Upon eating it, it did taste like a lighter version of apam balik. The fluffy buns with peanuts and sweet corn filling made a good starter.
The two Curry Puffs were yummy. It cost RM 2.50 each. I think it was not fried because there was a lack of oilyness to it. Perhaps it was air fried? Yummy!
Between the two main meals ordered, I liked the noodles. The Salted Egg Chicken Mi Sedaap consist of noodles, 4 pieces of chicken with salted egg sauce drizzle and an egg. Ooo yum. This dish brings back memories of the good ol’ days. In between lectures and study breaks, saving money – this noodles were lunch and dinner at times. Eating it here brought back some memories. The Salted Egg Chicken was a good addition. It was good enough to eat on its own but having it with the noodles were even better.
The Nasi Lemak was okay. The prawn sambal was a little sweet, little spicy. I wish they’d add more spice to it though cause it was rather mild. Other than that, it had the usual items of a Nasi Lemak – rice, peanut, anchovies, egg, cucumber.
Address: 2A-H, PUS Teknologi Sunsuria, Jalan Teknologi Taman Sains Selangor 1, PJU 5, Kota Damansara, PJ
Opening hours: Everyday. Weekdays, 10 am – 6 pm. Weekends, 10 am – 9 pm.
Signing out now, Ciao.