Housed in a converted townhouse within Bukit Bintang, Feeka Coffee Roasters is named for the Swedish word ‘fika’. Spelt the way it is pronounced; the name embodies the cultural concept of taking a coffee break within a social setting. It is said that one cannot have coffee and cake by oneself - that would just be taking a break, not having a ‘fika’. The space is rustically designed with ‘unfinished’ walls and the many windows provide an abundance of natural light.
Their coffee menu includes options from local roasters to the other coffee-producing nations, allowing their patrons to curate an experience suited to their moods. Whether you feel like a cold brew or espresso, there is a synergy to be felt when one sips on a cup of Joe in Feeka while munching on something from their extensive menu. Choose from the all-day breakfast options such as French toast and porridge, or the usual suspects like pastas and burgers. If dessert is what gets you going, feel free to try their range of house-made mille crêpes, cakes and pastries.