Green Tomato Café

Time Out Malaysia Kids - - Eating Out -

It’s a shame that KL doesn’t have more al­fresco eater­ies such as Green Tomato Café. Lo­cated in a lush green com­pound in the heart of KL, Green Tomato isn’t im­me­di­ately vis­i­ble to the naked eye, but isn’t dif­fi­cult to lo­cate. Sur­rounded by batik-mak­ing fa­cil­i­ties and a gift store, the café chiefly caters to art stu­dents look­ing for a quick bite. On week­ends, fam­i­lies trickle into Green Tomato for sim­ple but re­li­ably de­li­cious brunches. Or­der the per­fectly poached eggs Bene­dict, freshly baked muffins, es­presso bev­er­ages and re­fresh­ing fruit juices. Strewn with toys and a small play­set, the lawn is safe for lit­tle ones to play bare­foot. You can even bring your pooch, pro­vided it’s well­be­haved. Green Tomato’s baris­tas have been known to make their latte art classes ac­ces­si­ble to chil­dren by swap­ping cof­fee for hot choco­late. The free park­ing and am­ple space for strollers are huge plusses here.

Yayasan Seni, 333 Per­siaran Ritchie, off Jalan Ritchie, KL (03 4251 5154/www. green­toma­to­cafe.com.my). Ha­lal. Child-friendly. Free park­ing. Daily, 8am-5pm. $$

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