The Little Owl Korean & Kids Friendly Cafe @ Publika, KL

Let’s face it, we (especially new parents) hate meal times. As they can drive us insane. Haha!
We need to feed our kids and we need to feed ourselves. Except that our kids will not let us feed ourselves sometimes! They will be doing everything they can to make sure that we do not have time to eat. Well, mamybe not all babies & toddlers but Mini C is. And we always ended up letting him watch YouTube channels just to keep him in his high chair so that we could finish our meal.

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This is why I LOVE eateries with play areas. Feed the kids, leave them in the play area and EAT IN PEACE! LOL.

How about having beer too? Haha

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And here’s one more kids friendly restaurant that you can add into your dining list Mommies & Daddies!

The Little Owl Korean & Kids Friendly Cafe

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Mamas & Papas!
You will now be able to actually chew and taste your food! Haha.

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I hope the latest trend in the city’s cafe culture is kid-friendly coffee shops and more to come please!

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At Little Owl Cafe, these sophisticated spaces feature all manner of fun things for little ones to do — “Wood Cube” pits, playgrounds, kitchen sets, train sets and of course huge space for them to run around without worrying that they will hit the table & chairs around, grabbing utensils *gasp*

Wide cafe space!

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One downside: They charge RM12 per child as admission fee even though the adults ordered food & drinks.
Chris’s thought: Look at how they mess the whole place up. The staff have to clean the mess after that. Maybe it’s worth paying after all. LOL.

They serve simple Korean Homemade comfort food & some street snacks.

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Kimchi Fried Rice – RM21

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Chicken Mayo Rice Bowl – RM26

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Korean Spicy Ramyeon – RM16

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Papa C also ordered Beer (RM15) to chill while watching Mini C played with his friends.

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They also provide cute kids utensils for their mealtime 🙂

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Mini C loves the space! Even though it was his nap time, he refused to sleep!

Enjoying the Wood Cube Play area. No it’s not sand. They called them “PHYTONCIDE”

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The Do Re Mi brothers in matching Bananas outfit 🙂

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With toys from Hape & IKEA’s Kitchen

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MasterChef Baby in action!

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The Banana Brother in kitchen!

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So tired still wanna play… Haha this boy

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The Little Owl
Korean Homemade Style Kitchen and Kid’s Friendly Cafe
홈메이드 한식밥집&키즈 놀이공간
A3-1-1, Publika
Mon-Sat:10am-7pm
Sun:10am-5pm
Reservation: thejeeum@gmail.com
Note: Admission fee is RM 12 per kid and parents would have to order a drink at least.
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2 Comment

  1. Ally Ang says: Reply

    Hi, i plan a have small birthday party for my daughter with 2 years old at your place on 18th October 2017. May i have a quotation with 20 pax children with snack and drink only. Thank you and have a nice day.

    1. Hi Ally,
      Sorry we’re not the restaurant. We’re just sharing info about it.
      Kindly email the restaurant for more info: thejeeum@gmail.com
      Thanks!

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