Luck Bros Kota Damansara’s mini farm is the highlight of a visit here. You can keep your child entertained in the company of friendly animals.
De-stress with animal therapy by mingling with friendly rabbits, goats and more.
And when hunger strikes, head over to their hipster café for delicious food!
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About Luck Bros Kota Damansara
Opened in Dec 2022:
Luck Bros Kota Damansara is the newest addition to Luckin Kopi’s bespoke cafes.
Luck Bros Kota Damansara is their third outlet after the maiden branch at Petaling Street. Followed by their KLIA branch.
The proprietors of the business maintain the same menu across all three branches. But the key differentiator for this new branch is the mini zoo.
Luck Bros Kota Damansara has two areas divided by a corridor that leads you to the café, or to the petting zoo.
Ease Of Parking At Luck Bros Kota Damansara
As a detached industrial showroom in a factory area, parking is a hassle.
This is because there are no parking bays within the compound. As such, you’ll have to park by the roadside.
There are no allocated bays drawn on the roadside either. So do park mindfully to avoid obstructing the neighboring vehicles.
Rela members will help direct the traffic and point you to the right space.
Note: Bring along an umbrella in case it rains or if it gets too hot.
Ambiance At Luck Bros Kota Damansara
Luckbros Kota Damansara sports a lush façade with cascading greenery. There are ample potted plants lining the driveway leading up to the café too.
The eatery is like a glass house with its black paneling. Additionally, there are rustic rattan lamps decorating the corridor as well.
And at the same time, this branch resembles the Luckbros Petaling Street branch.
The interior is chic and crisp, with warm lights and wooden accents. We like the contrast of the black paneling and brick walls.
Guests can bask and dine in comfort within the spacious interior.
Service At Luck Bros Kota Damansara
Service here is prompt and courteous. Guests scan the QR code menu and payment is via e-wallet. They do accept credit and debit cards too.
Prepare to wait 20 minutes to get a seat, especially on public holidays and weekends when families and couples flock in.
The staff manning the petting zoo are friendly. They encourage visitors to interact and caress the tame animals.
Food At Luck Bros Kota Damansara
The portions here are generous and they serve Malaysian fanfare with a twist.
For starters, the kaya butter toasts are a heavenly delight. The butter is unlike any off the shelf-brand. They blend the butter with lemon for a zesty aftertaste.
The sweet kaya complements the fluffy yet crisp toasted bread.
Salted egg chicken Mi Sedap falls below our expectations:
The sauce was too spicy for comfort. And the salted egg tasted more of an artificial flavoring than the real thing. The noodles could be more seasoned, while the fried chicken was not crispy on the outside.
We do like their nasi lemak with curry chicken or fried chicken though.
This comes with a sunny side egg and cucumber on the sides. The sambal leans towards the sweetish side. Anchovies and well-sautéed onions round up this tasty dish.
Nasi Kerabu is another impeccable dish on a pretty platter. It has the same fried chicken as the nasi lemak. The batter is thick and crispy, yet the chicken is juicy inside.
Seafood aglio olio is quite bland. We think it could use a stronger flavor profile. Still, the oysters and shrimps are fresh.
Drinks, Dessert, And Snacks At Luck Bros Kota Damansara
Ice kacang is a commendable dessert here. It has a generous topping of red beans, black jelly, cendol, corn, and attap chee (palm nut).
Moreover, it has the right amount of palm sugar and rose syrup without being too sweet.
On another note, their kopi kaw is the perfect caffeine jolt with robust flavors to boot.
Unlike the other 2 branches, the Luck Bros Kota Damansara outlet features a kids menu. And it will meet the needs of even the most finicky eater.
Go for the plate of spaghetti meatballs and fries. Or order rice with minced beef, meat balls and fries.
There are local snacks on the menu too. These include fried puffs with different fillings. Such as banana, yam, gula Melaka coconut, or the foolproof curry puff.
Other snacks are their deep fried D24 durian and deep fried cempedak.
Pricing At Luck Bros Kota Damansara
The price of food is on par with other cafes ranging from RM10.90 for snacks and up to RM32.90 for a main meal.
Considering that servings are huge and shareable among small eaters:
The average price per meal of RM20 is reasonable.
The petting zoo’s cost per entry of RM20 per person. But it is a worthy adventure. As there are many farm animals, small animals and amphibians to come up close and personal with.
They have cute ponies and multi-colored goats too!
PS: To feed the ponies and goats, a cup of napier grass costs RM3.
Seeing all the animals makes the trip to the Luck Bros Kota Damansara petting zoo a memorable outing. This refurbished, 2-storey industrial lot has well-maintained enclosures.
The food complements the petting zoo experience. Let’s not discount the fact that the ambiance is rave-worthy. Its soothing color scheme makes the environment a cozy sanctuary.
Overall, we find that Luck Bros Kota Damansara is a nice place in PJ for animal lovers to hang out.
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