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New Malaysian “Coffeehouse” in Gungahlin?

By nanzan - 19 April 2012 5

Has anyone yet been to the new Malaysian “Coffeehouse” in Gungahlin close to Yerrabi Pond? The “coffeehouse” is next to a rug/carpet shop which looks like it might be run by the same person. Both shops are adjacent to the (very yummy, and often very busy) Thai Herb restaurant.

The signage on the rug/carpet shop says that it has relocated to Gungahlin from the Sydney CBD, which seems an interesting move to me.

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New Malaysian “Coffeehouse” in Gungahlin?
rosscoact 9:05 am 20 Apr 12

Velveteen Rabbit said :

Unless it’s an Asian Palm Civet, who scoffs the fruit then, erm, produces the Kopi Luwak coffee beans. Gourmet or not, I don’t fancy a Civet Poopuccino thanks.

yeah, bit try-hard for my money

Velveteen Rabbit 12:26 am 20 Apr 12

Unless it’s an Asian Palm Civet, who scoffs the fruit then, erm, produces the Kopi Luwak coffee beans. Gourmet or not, I don’t fancy a Civet Poopuccino thanks.

johnboy 11:35 pm 19 Apr 12

civets are african

rosscoact 9:58 pm 19 Apr 12

I was in Malaysia for the first time in February and while they seem to do a lot of coffee with ice and milk i wasn’t that memorable.

Black Canyon was a big franchise but espresso it ain’t.

The civet cat pooped coffee comes from around there though or indonesia perhaps?

nanzan 8:22 pm 19 Apr 12

I forgot to say that it is “coffeehouse” in inverted commas because that is what the shop is called on its signage…I am presuming it is some sort of Malaysian-style cafe.

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