Coffee explorers & a shot of creativity.

On second thoughts, make that a double.

VCR houses a see-through ceiling kind of like a glasshouse allowing natural light to fall through easily, making it a really chill place to watch the afternoon drive by. There’s a second floor with more room and a grassy area to experience a picnic-like brunch as well.


We are located in the heart of KL city, in the old neighborhood of Pudu; VCR brings you fresh coffee daily. The café, built in the 1927 is situated near the old Pudu Jail. The story goes that our lil’ black house in Jalan Galloway was where most wardens used to stay (hence the name Galloway).

Where old architecture meets our modern twist, it’s a place where good things never gets old and it always feels like home. Located in an unsuspecting house, we’re the people responsible for the smell of coffee that permeates the neighborhood. Run by a team that’s dedicated to always giving you the very best coffee and experience, we believe coffee is the catalyst that brings people together.


VCR’s French toast (18 RM) comes served with a fresh berry compote, espresso ice cream and mocha sauce. I love the play on darker tastes instead of making it the atypical sweet dessert. Their menu is specially curated with new limited period dishes during seasons like Christmas, Chinese New Year (CNY) etc.

We’re a bit introverted, but do say hello to our baristas as we say “Hello, welcome to VCR!”.


Opening Hours:
Everyday: 8.30 a.m. – 11 p.m.

2, Jalan Galloway, Bukit Bintang, 50150 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

+60 3-2110 2330


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