Sunday, August 8, 2010

Coob Coffee Club Cafe at Komtar Walk Penang


Coob Coffee is a rather unique Japanese themed café tucked away at Komtar Walk. Its origin goes back to a small group of coffee clubs in Osaka.


Coob Coffee’s main draw is freshly brewed Japanese Sumiyaki coffee using a syphon coffee maker. The Sumiyaki coffee beans are charcoal roasted and imported from Japan. Apart from the traditional Japanese coffee, Coob Coffee also serves a variety of coffee drinks made from its Italian espresso coffee maker with 100% Arabica coffee beans, tea, ice blended drinks, smoothies etc.


For those looking to fill their stomach, Coob Coffee’s menu includes some pasta and Japanese dishes, albeit limited. I ordered the Kinoko (mushroom) Pasta which is an all-vegetarian pasta cooked with extra virgin olive oil with a variety of mushrooms. This simple pasta was surprisingly very flavourful with lots of freshly grounded black pepper, sesame seeds, garlic and seaweed.

Kinoko Pasta (RM14.90 including one drink)

Hubs ordered the Grilled Chicken Pasta with white sauce. The food dish comes with a drink, with an option of either an Iced Tea, American or Blend Hot Coffee or Iced Lemon Tea. You may upgrade to other drinks by paying an additional RM2 / RM3 / RM4.

Grilled Chicken Pasta (RM15.90 including one drink)

The Sumiyaki coffee was indeed good with a strong and distinct taste.

Sumiyaki Coffee (RM7.90)

The Iced Caffe Mocha and Caffe Granita Ice Blended were equally good as well.

Iced Caffe Mocha (RM11.90)

Caffe Granita Ice Blended (RM10.50)
Pistachio Cake (RM7.90)

The Pistachio Cheese Cake was indeed quite unique with a subtle pistachio flavour. I was told that it is quite a bestseller. They are currently running a promotion for any piece of cake with a drink for RM8.90 (you may also opt to upgrade to your choice of drink by paying a little extra).

They are also currently offering the Coob Summer 2010 Seasonal Selection of 100% fruits smoothie with a choice of kiwi, mango or papaya smoothie at RM11.90 per drink.  



The Japanese style café is cozy with its simple and yet tasteful décor. To me, it’s the perfect setting for catching up with friends or chilling out on a lazy afternoon.


Coob Coffee Club Cafe
Komtar Walk, Komtar,
Penang,
coobcoffee@yahoo.com
Tel: 012-5903099
http://www.coobcoffee.com/

Opening Hours:
Sunday to Wednesday 11 am to 10 pm
Thursday Close
Friday, Saturday 11 am to 11 pm


10 comments:

New Kid on the Blog said...

this is the area that I've not explore. In a way of boycott, because they chopped down all the trees and build this area for biz.

My Food Fetish said...

Hi NKOTB, I wasn't aware of the tree chopping though...

taufulou said...

wow...! love your photography...

My Food Fetish said...

Thanks taufulou! I am flattered :)

ck lam said...

Lovely place...have to try the pistachio cake :)

My Food Fetish said...

Yes, it is a lovely place indeed. Good for a lazy afternoon drink. :)

email2me said...

Marked into my to be visited place .... I am a heavy coffee drinker ....

My Food Fetish said...

Yes, Ken. You should give Coob a try the next time you are back to Penang.

Lingzie said...

i just went this afternoon after reading your review! i love the place! tried the mushroom pasta too.. yummy! :)

My Food Fetish said...

Hi Lingzie, glad you liked it. I heard a lot of positive comments from other people as well. :)

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