You will only find this cafe if you look carefully.
The front is covered with pots of plants so you can’t see the tables and chairs to know it’s a restaurant, the word ‘cafe’ is so small, but you will definitely find Amelie Cafe if you can find the entrance of Cheah Kongsi.
Bottles of plants with a fighting fish in each.
Decorations are from old items used back in the days like the chicken bowl, an old clock, kerosene lamp, etc.
The ceiling by the entrance is just pot filled.
If I am right, there are only 4 tables and Amelie Cafe can only seat 10 customers at once.
Today’s specials by the board above the kitchen.
The menu made of recycled items.
1 page for drinks, 1 page for food.
It took John and I some time before we made a decision.
I had the super delicious sweet basil pesto pasta for RM16.
John’s RM14.90 pork bacon risotto.
Yes, it’s delicious but we left Amelie somewhat unsatisfied as the serving sizes were so small.