Home Food ReviewsCuisineCoffee JENERIS By Ahren, Nu Sentral Kuala Lumpur

A pit stop for coffee is always a good idea

As a regular LRT commuter, I love stopping at KL Sentral and KLCC because they are well connected and offers access to F&B outlets, shops and hotels. Occasionally, I would make a pit stop at Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur for a quick drink, just adjacent to the KL Sentral station. :)



Also within walking distance from the station is Nu Sentral, a new mall that caters to commuters, office crowd and shoppers. While I’m not a big fan of the mall’s layout, I do appreciate the accessibility it offers me. Jeneris by Ahren caught our fancy when rif and I explored the mall not too long ago.


Long black


Flat white

We were looking for a place to sit and have coffee and Jeneris, located along the connecting bridge stood out. I like the ambiance and the coffee isn’t too bad. The long black can be quite strong for some, even for me. I preferred the flat white but it lacked the creamy finish I look for in milk based coffees.


Food menu

That said, it is a good place to stop for a cuppa if you’re working around the area. I wouldn’t mind coming back if I stop at Nu Sentral on my way home.

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Ambiance: 6.5/10
Price: 6/10
Coffee: 5.5/10
Verdict: If you’re looking for a coffee place in Nu Sentral, this is can be one of them.



Lot CC-14,
Concourse Level,
Nu Sentral
Kuala Lumpur.
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