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There is an art gallery upstairs and is currently holding an Art exhibition by a Malaysian artist Great to see such cafe exist in Kuantan. The only complaint was that the gallery was really warm.

Went for their brunch and was not disappointed with the quality and portion. As there are not many brunch places in Kuantan, this is worth waking up for.


Address:  882, 876, Jalan Air Putih, 25300 Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia 
Hours:   Mon to Thurs: 10am to 11pm (Closed on Wed)
                 Fri to Sat: 10am to 12am
Tel:   09-5055905


Source by:  internet

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