Opened a month ago, Pulp by Papa Palheta have have attracted coffee enthusiast and curious coffee drinkers to gather at the old printing factory, located in Bangsar. When I first heard of Pulp by Papa Palhea, instantly it caught my attention.
Papa Palheta is very famous in Singapore, they founded Chye Seng Huat turning an old hardware shop into a coffee boutique. Whenever I’m in Singapore, I’ll never miss dropping by to Chye Seng Huat, knowing that Papa Paleta is in KL, I was jumping for joy and am sure many coffee enthusiasts feels the same way.
Pulp has a similar concept, located in a place least expected, an old printing factory behind NSTP. Key highlight, the vintage paper-cutting machine now utilize as a table paired with stools. I’ve yet to try their specialty hand brew, as my ultimate favourite the Cold Brew satisfy me on a hot sunny weekend.
While waiting for your orders, visit the mini gallery; items for sale on display include various coffee accessories such as Manual (hand-powered) grinders, coffee drippers and tampers.
I foresee that Pulp will certainly be the IT place to chill out for coffee enthusiast and coffee drinkers. Alternatively, if you are not a coffee lover, try their hot chocolate.
Pie, Cakes and all things sweet to go with coffee
High celling, natural lights, a perfect setting for Instagram shots
Classy dark silky smooth wood with orchid, spot the secret entrance
A place to gather
The classic, one of the key highlight in Pulp. Also, chilling with the one and only Jeremy aka Bboyrice
Cold brew and menu
Creamy flat white
Serving and tasting notes
Candid shot by bboyrice, youngsters chilling out constantly editing pictures to post on Instagram
Pulp gave hope in the KL & PJ coffee scene. Well said.
Pulp by Papa Palheta
29-01, Jalan Riong,
Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur