Time Out says
Setting up a café in Old KL can only mean one thing: This is a comfy space for vagabond freelancers, students and backpackers. Lucy in the Sky is a rustic, spick-and-span café with substance. Set in a pre-war shophouse, the café is decked out with cement walls, a long coffee bar and a sun-lit alleyway that encourages lingering. The menu features brunch staples – pancakes, burgers, sandwiches and pastas – but the chef retains some old-school touches, as demonstrated in the French toast fashioned from thick Hailam bread. Coffee here has a velvety depth, which goes down well with a slightly greasy American or English breakfast set.