Luckbros Kopi or Luckin Kopi Restaurant adds to the busy scene along Jalan Panggong. It is a 5-minute walk away from Pasar Seni LRT station too.
And Luckbros Kopi welcomes guests with delicious food and a warm ambiance.
We are sure you will consider yourself lucky to try this gem!
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About Luckbros Kopi (or Luckin Kopi)
Luckbros Kopi is in a 150-year-old heritage building on Jalan Panggong.
It is next to Kwai Chai Hong in Pasar Seni. This tourist hotspot has history-filled walkways, intricate street art, and quaint eateries.
The eatery (formerly Luckin Kopi) has a new name a branding now – Luckbros Kopi.
With their success, Luckin Kopi has expanded its presence and opened two new outlets.
The first branch in Pasar Seni is still popular with tourists and office workers. Especially during lunchtime.
And the KLIA2 and Kota Damansara branches are their latest additions.
Ease Of Parking At Luckbros Kopi
You’ll find ample open-air parking right in front of the cafe.
And another open-air parking lot is around the corner, next to Kafei Dian at the end of the street.
Parking fees at both parking lots are RM5 per hour or a maximum rate of RM10 per day.
Ambiance At Luckbros Kopi
Luckin Kopi’s ambiance is top-notch:
They have kept the original building’s Peranakan windows and entrance. But the interior is modern with sleek décor, warm lighting, and wooden fittings.
Note: We are referring to the Pasar Seni branch
Attention to detail is obvious from the selection of solid tables and chairs. To the flooring and memorabilia adorning the walls.
There’s a soothing play of earthy furnishings in the same color palette.
The courtyard has rattan hats and rattan chairs. You can use these as a beautiful backdrop for photos.
But sound tends to echo off the walls. And thus, the environment can get quite noisy.
Service At Luckin Kopi
Considering the large crowds during peak hours, the waiters do their best. They aren’t talkative, but that is hardly their fault.
Their main intention is to serve the food quickly and accurately.
The service is not super attentive but it is decent enough for you to enjoy good food and good company.
To place your order, scan the QR code menu on your table. Once you’ve entered all your orders, the waiter will come to confirm your order.
Drinks At Luckbros Kopi
Luckin Kopi’s super kaw coffee and Muslim-friendly local delights are worth raving about!
If you’re dining in a group, the 5 States Coffee is a must-try that is also pleasant on the eyes! This medley of 5 aromatic brews features coffee from 5 major states in Malaysia. These are Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh, Melaka, Penang, and Johor.
Of the lot, the Penang and Johor versions have a strong bitter aftertaste. While the KL version has a higher milk-to-coffee ratio.
All 5 coffee variations have a buttery note with a savory aftertaste – a local flair many Malaysians love.
Food At Luckbros Kopi
We couldn’t resist the Nasi Lemak Ayam Goreng. This comes with very crispy fried chicken. The chicken is not overcooked on the inside.
And the santan rice is a fluffy pile of delight. It pairs well with the sweet sambal sauce that has the right level of spiciness.
Nasi Lemak Kari Ayam is also delicious. This is a bowl of tender chicken thighs in a spicy, thick curry sauce mixed with dainty potato cutlets.
Mee Siam Ayam Goreng is another winner here. It has accents of fresh lime that add a zesty touch to this humble but filling breakfast dish.
We tried the Pau with Sambal Petai (stink beans), but it fell short of expectations.
Because while the pau was pillowy soft, bouncy, and pristine white, they do not use much petai. There are only 3 pieces in the sweet sambal sauce, along with 2 scrawny prawns.
Besides this, the pau does not contain petai filling. But the sambal is in a small bowl as a dipping sauce.
Pricing At Luckbros Kopi
The average price for food is RM16, while heartier dishes cost RM32.
Prices are on the high side, but we do accept that Luckin Kopi has comfortable seating and a cozy ambiance. Besides the good food.
Luckin Kopi is a pretty eatery in Pasar Seni that offers diners more food options. And it has nostalgic charms too.
But if this café doesn’t satisfy kopitiam cravings, you can check out Kafei Dian which is close to Luckin Kopi.