A quieter Feeka cafe near KLCC Park
An offshoot of the popular cafe Feeka Coffee Roasters in Bukit Bintang, Feeka by the Park is the brand’s expansion in KLCC. Tucked away in an out-of-sight location at the base of Nava Tower, Feeka by the Park is a more intimate space to get some work done or enjoy a meal.
Ambience & Amenities
Despite the name, Feeka by the Park is a five-minute walk from KLCC Park and doesn’t even have a view of it. The large bright windows in the cafe only look out onto the pick-up/drop-off road in front of Naza Tower. There are tables out front and around the side of the cafe, cooled by large standing fans.
There is no toilet in the cafe, and guests must use the public washrooms in Naza Tower. Exit Feeka and turn right. Walk until you get to the valet stand, and you’ll see a big sign for Naza Tower on the wall. Turn into the corridor here, and the toilets are at the end on the right. The washrooms were small and pretty dingy, but there was everything I needed.
Feeka by the Park’s menu is only one fold-out page with food on one side and drinks on the other. The menu is identical to the menu at Feeka Coffee Roasters. Keep a lookout for any seasonal specials that will be on a separate sheet. We didn’t ask for it, but I’m pretty sure filtered water is free.
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The Chicken Sausage & Egg Muffin (RM24) was much too messy to eat as intended. I couldn’t even take the first bite without the egg and sausage falling out of the sandwich because of the tomato and the slippery sauce. The menu said there was ketchup in the sandwich, but I didn’t taste any. Instead, it had a yellowish mayonnaise-based sauce that got all over my hands until I eventually gave up and used a knife and fork on the sandwich.
Unlike other cafes that try to pass off some kind of bun as an English muffin, Feeka used the real thing. There was a toasted crisp throughout, but the muffin was too tough and dense for my liking. The egg’s doneness was such that the yolk was a dark orange but remained solid when I bit into it with no runniness. A thick layer of cheese covered the chicken sausage patty. All the flavours worked well together, and there was no overwhelming component. There were a lot of fat fries on the side, more than enough for sharing.
The Scandinavian Meatballs (RM36) consist of five golf ball-sized meatballs in a rich gravy on top of a bed of mashed potatoes. There’s a scoop of chunky cranberry sauce and accompanying veggies on the side. The meatballs didn’t have any gristly bits and were tender enough to be cut with just a fork. They had enough binding so that they didn’t completely fall apart once we cut them into halves. The Scandinavian Meatballs is a smaller dish compared to the one above but is distinctly more expensive. Our drinks were a filtered V60 Blend (RM10) coffee and a seasonal special, a Bandung Matcha (RM17).
I thought the food was delicious at Feeka by the Park, and we were both very pleased with our dishes. I was initially unenthusiastic about Feeka’s small menu. After looking at it closely, there is variety in the cuisine that will fill most cravings. Over half of the menu items sound good to me, so we’ll likely return to a Feeka location if we’re in the area.
Price for 2 Pax: RM87.00
Chicken Sausage & Egg Muffin: RM24.00
Scandinavian Meatballs: RM36.00
Bandung Matcha: RM17.00
V60 Blend: RM10.00
Feeka by the Park
Address: Unit 1.03, Ground Floor Naza Tower, No. 10, Jalan Platinum Park, Persiaran KLCC Kuala Lumpur, 50088 Kuala Lumpur
Opening Hours: 8am – 10pm Daily
Alcohol Served: No