Apart from shopping complex, Bintulu is currently witnessing the rising number of different kind of eateries.
These include coffee places offering good coffee from dirty coffee to nitrogen-infused java and relaxing ambience for patrons to just hang out.
Here are four coffee places in Bintulu, Sarawak you need to check out:
Located at Parkcity Commerce Square, this coffee place has been operating since 2014.
Besides coffee, Coffee Dream is famous among the locals for its western food.
Omelette sandwich, spaghetti bolognese, mushroom soup, cheesy beef balls, mushroom cheese omelette, eggs Benedict, chicken Caesar salad are just the tip of their wide range of menu items.
For rice eaters out there, don’t worry because Coffee Dream has a selection of Asian favourites to choose from such as the typical nasi lemak.
While you are at it, might as well end your meal with one of their freshly baked cakes for dessert.
The Coffee Code is Sarawak’s very own cafe chains. The first one was opened in Sibu, then Bintulu at Ibraco Town Square and the latest was in Kuching at Saradise, BDC.
When you’re at Coffee Code, how about giving the Dirty Code a try? It is their in-house version of dirty coffee. It is one of the best coffee places in town to spend your tea time because it serves wide range desserts.
Their specialty is perhaps waffles which come with different kind of toppings.
You can’t satisfy your coffee craving early in the morning at Escape Coffee. But you can satisfy your coffee craving late at night here because it opens from 12pm till 12am.
It is perfect for the late night work hustle since it provides free wifi.
Feeling hungry? They have good options of food on their menu such as beef sirloin steak, mixed grill, lamb chop, butter chicken waffle and chicken macaroni fruit salad.
The current star of Melt Cafe Bintulu, no, not its famed grilled cheese sandwich but its Nitro Coffee.
If you have not tried Nitro Coffee before, just imagine Guinness draft beer, only it’s coffee! Since the drink is infused with nitrogen, it has this rich, creamy head similar to Guinness.
So if you are a big fan of coffee, this beverage is definitely worth a try.
Longing for dessert? Give Melt Cafe’s Burnt Cheesecake a try. Some described Burnt Cheesecake as the alter ego to the classic New York cheesecake. The differences are this cake is burnt outside with toasty edges and without the usual pressed cookie base.
Of course you cannot leave Melt Cafe without trying its signature grilled cheese sandwich.