Its Labour Day. So where did you go today? I didn’t go anyway even though today is a public holiday. Since we will be working tomorrow we decided to go somewhere near for lunch. We took our lunch at Marmalade Cafe (which I will blog about it later) and had our coffee at The Bee in Publika. I knew about The Bee after getting some good comments from some friend. According to them, The Bee serves really good coffee which is very similar to the ones in Australia. I do not know much about Australian coffee, but decided to try them out anyway.
We ordered a cup of Coffee Latte and Capuccino. Both of which are equally good. The coffee isn’t acidic at all and is silky smooth. I enjoyed this cup of coffee very much compared to the other Malaysian franchise coffee shops around. Both the Coffee Latte and the Capuccino are priced at RM8.50 a cup. Quite expensive but if I were to compare The Bee’s coffee with Typica Cafe, the latter are far more expensive.
We knew that our coffee break wouldn’t be complete without any cakes. So we ordered The Bee’s Fat Boy Bakes Cakes. For some reason unknown to me, The Bee named their cakes “Fat Boy Bakes Cakes” on it’s receipt. Could it be that their cakes are supplied by a fat boy? Anyway, we ordered The Bee’s Cheese cake with Mars Chocolate Bar @ RM10.50. My first impression was “Oh boy, this fat boy can really bake!”. It was simply delicious. It was chessy creamy on top, and chunky and chocolatey at the bottom of the cake. I enjoyed every bite of it.
The Bee Tiramisu Cake is also priced at Rm10.50 a slice was good. The nuts on top were very crunchy and sweet. Although it the earlier cake outshine this slice of cake, we nevertheless enjoyed it very much.
The Bee also organises events from time to time for it’s customers. Events such as live comedy shows, coffee appreciation classes and others are organise to allow The Bee to engage it’s customers and to know them better. If I am not mistaken, they do have live band performance. So if you are interested in joining their event, do check their website out.
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