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Mbuji Cafe

Adventure of Coffee
2.6/5
Mbuji Cafe
Mbuji Cafe
Adventure of Coffee
Adventure of Coffee
Cuisine: Café, Fusion

Mbuji Café is named after the Mbuji Rock that resembles a hill and is worshipped by villagers living in a remote district called Mbinga in southern Tanzania where they source all the coffee beans from – a mix of African and South American beans. For those who appreciate coffee, Mbuji’s coffee is exceptionally smooth and has lower caffeine content. Besides coffees, knowing that in Malaysia you can never have too much food, Mbuji has introduced various home cooked dishes and bakery items into their menu - like their mouth-watering Nasi Lemak Special and healthy Red Velvet and Cranberry cupcakes. As a give back to the community, for every cup of coffee ordered, part of the money goes to the Tanzanian coffee growers for their medical and education support. Drop by Mbuji Café today, and take pride in doing your part while enjoying a cuppa coffee!

  • Halal
  • Wifi Not Available
  • Valet Parking Not Available
  • Smoking Facilities Not Available
  • Vegetarian Dishes Not Available
Reviews
Mbuji Cafe @ Tropicana City Mall Review
Mmm...buji

Hard for me to recommend a place like this. It doesn't have a clear identity. I guess it's trying to be somewhat African, but then why are they selling Nasi Lemak or Curry Laksa? I doubt that's what they eat in Africa. I ordered the grilled cheese with roast beef sandwich (RM9.90). Totally forgettable taste. Wasn't even filling. My acquaintance ordered Curry Laksa (RM9.90). He said it was ok, even though it didn't look very nice. For drinks, we had a honey dew smoothie (RM7.90) and a...

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Hard for me to recommend a place like this. It doesn't have a clear identity. I guess it's trying to be somewhat African, but then why are they selling Nasi Lemak or Curry Laksa? I doubt that's what they eat in Africa. I ordered the grilled cheese with roast beef sandwich (RM9.90). Totally forgettable taste. Wasn't even filling. My acquaintance ordered Curry Laksa (RM9.90). He said it was ok, even though it didn't look very nice. For drinks, we had a honey dew smoothie (RM7.90) and a mango with pearl milk (RM8.90). Both were average. Just like any other drink you can get from a bubble tea stall. I've been told that their coffee comes from Tanzania. I'm not crazy about coffee so I didn't try. Someone else said that it's pretty good, so maybe you can try it out yourself.

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Mbuji Cafe @ Tropicana City Mall Review
Not a tasty Brownie :(

Is been long long time ago I didn't eat brownie. I had tapao a brownie from here for my tea time.. hmm... the taste is so so only not the one I like. :((

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Mbuji Cafe @ Tropicana City Mall Review
So so Lor~~

Order the set lunch : roasted chicken.... the meat was taste-less... and not juicy enough.. looks like the chicken has over-cooked.. my friend order some pasta thing, it even worse... =.= i think it was a good place to have something to drink but seriously no for food...

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Mbuji Cafe @ Tropicana City Mall Review
This place serves well, Coffee!

A very comfy coffee shop situated in Tropicana City Mall, PJ. We had ordered Roast Chicken with Long Black. A taste of long black was heavy and smooth but unfortunately the roast chicken is too dry. Hope to see improvement in food next time I return. ^^

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Mbuji Cafe @ Tropicana City Mall Review
Bitter sweet

The long Macchiato here, reminds me of the coffee I had in aus, bitter sweet experience - love it! ...now I know where to get my fav coffee ..

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Mbuji Cafe @ IOI Mall Review
Coffee

Hmm how come there's no mention of their coffee

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Mbuji Cafe @ IOI Mall Review
Yummy Red Velvet ..

Among all the red velvet cakes I had before, I love Mbuji's red velvet cupcake the most; not dry, not too sweet ..just perfect !

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