One of the better designed cafés in Penang, Kaffa Espresso has opened an outlet at the Penang International Airport. Just as stylish as their other branch Jalan Green Hall, this one is made trendy and hip with semi-raw interior of polished cemen floor, exposed brick walls with a dash of quirky through colourful murals, couches and friendly service. Their usual coffee drinks of hot and cold can be had here along with a light food menu.
Ice Salted Caramel Macchiato
Drinks wise, we recommend their Ice Salted Caramel Macchiato at RM12.50. Mild and salty-sweet, it’ll keep your caffeine addiction in –check without triggering off a hyper state of mind. There are bottled juices at RM6 too if you want to avoid coffee altogether. Above all, you don’t have to fear that their prices are of inflated airport pricing. They'll be the first thing you'll see as you drive up the departure halls of the airport. The clincher here is, there are a few parking spots right in front of the cafe for Kaffa customers only. How convenient, right? Su Aziz
Check out our review of Kaffa Espresso Bar's first outlet here.
|Venue name:||Kaffa Espresso Bar Penang International Airport||Contact:|
International Airport, Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah
|Opening hours:||Daily, 6am-11pm|
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I used to enjoy sitting here having a cup of salted caramel while waiting for my flight. But recently they've started hosting a live band performance of two girls - one vocal and one keyboardist. And their emo and loud music (mostly Chinese songs) totally kill the almostphere. They are not that good. And it is highly inappropriate. Who would come to the airport to listen to a girlband? And yes, too loud that you need to shout in order to place your order!
It is such a shame because I used to love it.
The standard has dropped tremendously since my last visit. The mashed potatoes was tasteless and very blend, and the portion has also reduced tremendously. Their branch at Penang International Airport has seen the last of me.