Located one floor above the Mercato supermarket in Pavilion KL, the Mercato Café is cool and bright, thanks to the street-fronting glass wall that opens out to Jalan Raja Chulan. It’s a place that’s made for lingering, evident from the ample sofas and couches around.
Mercato Café touts that it has the first ever Belgian hot chocolate fountain in Malaysia, featuring all three common chocolate denominations – dark, milk and white. Aside from the core offerings of coffee, juices, pastries and bingsu, the café shares the same menu with the adjacent seafood and oyster bar – and it’s an extensive one.
There’s a small selection of breakfast items, tapas and soups, as well as your usual café fare of salads, pastas, burgers and sandwiches. For something more filling, the main dishes include tuna steak, slow-roasted lamb with rosemary, pan-grilled seafood platter, roasted chicken, and more. You’ll be pleased to know you can also enjoy craft beers here at the café; your options are Australian labels Holgate and Gage Roads as well as McGargles from Ireland.
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168 Jalan Bukit Bintang
Food is great! It's strategically located at the Fashion Avenue entrance of Pavillion. So if you're taking grab/uber, you can ask your driver to stop you at that entrance and you can head over for coffee and grocery shopping.
As for the food, try the Tuna Steak and the Pesto Prawn Pasta. Really good!