Café Review: Meraki by Yangchen (Café and Patisserie)

Location: Thori Plaza, opposite to Hotel Damisa, Kawajangsa

Ambience: Beautiful place, perfect lighting, and an amazing vibe. It has two stories with ample space outside as well. The place has a very warm vibe and is the perfect location for insta-worthy photos.

Cost: $$$$ (on a scale of $ to $$$$$)

Main course

  • Wide range of European cuisines to choose from. Everything was visually appealing.
  • The veggie paradise was delicious; two half-foot sandwiches served with a side of fries and salad.
  • The pork sausage pizza was good despite the crust being slightly undercooked.
  • The spaghetti noodles were thick and had a sweet sauce. But the meatball was perfect.
  • The Meraki Beef Tenderloin combo and the dumpling platter were, however, a disappointment; portions too less and way overpriced.


  • The hot chocolate and hot vanilla milk were both served with marshmallow toppings
  • The vanilla milkshake was too mild and tasted more like just milk with sprinkles on it. The chocolate milkshake was much better.
  • The mango smoothie had a fresh fruit taste with the right amount of sweetness and bright color.


It was a little slow but to be fair, we did order quite a lot.


On a scale of 1-5 with 1 being “wouldn’t go there again unless it was the last restaurant on earth” to 5 being “would eat there every day if I could”, would rate it a 3.5. I would go there again but more for the drinks than for their food. Also, would go back to try the desserts.

Disclaimer: We are in no way affiliated with the restaurant and the opinions expressed above are based on our own experiences.

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