Pulp

Restaurants, Coffeeshops, Pork Free Bangsar
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Time Out says

The paper-cutting room for the nearly 50-year-old Art Printing Works factory and warehouse on Jalan Riong may have gotten the makeover it deserves. Pulp, helmed by Singaporean coffee boutique Papa Palheta who also runs Chye Seng Huat Hardware and Loysel’s Toy cafés, has been integrated with the time-honoured factory. Although the stellar coffee and desserts here encourage lingering, the owners insist that Pulp be described as a coffee retailer and supplier, rather than as a café.

If it's the food you want, order the pulled chicken ciabatta with braised mushrooms and potato waffle fries. Get serious in a cupping room where you learn from baristas who work their gear with topflight technique. Or marvel at the mementos of the warehouse over a Blue Batak brew. A high ceiling, a blue paper-cutting machine repurposed into a coffee bar, and a space bathing in sunlight – Pulp is still one of the prettiest cafés in Bangsar.

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Address: 29-01 Jalan Riong
Kuala Lumpur
59100
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Opening hours: Mon-Tues; Thurs-Sun, 7.30am-10pm; Closed on Wed