Wood & Steel @ Shah Alam

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Malaysia Selangor Shah Alam
Wood & Steel has opened a new branch in Shah Alam, incorporating art, furniture and coffee all under one roof; it’s bigger and bolder than its other branches.  With bicycles parked vertically on the walls; curious antiques displayed and eclectic wooden furniture, the artsy vibe undoubtedly creates a warm welcome to anyone that pushes through the door.   A very pretty cafe indeed to set off all the shutterbugs on a frenzy.

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The Shah Alam branch is actually the furthest away from me compared to all the other branches in Kota Damansara; or the BAD Cafes by Wood & Steel in Publika and Hartamas, but somehow this is the one that I managed to visit.  Guess it’s meant to be.
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It’s very soothing to sit at the cafe with the soft glow and wooden furniture.DSC_7299 DSC_7293   DSC_7291The coasters too are woody, looking kinda like chocolate chip cookies actually.

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We only ordered black coffee here (Rm 7) as we just popped in to kill some time before meeting a friend.  The black coffee is so-so, being too light and without aroma.  The food menu might be better as other bloggers have written some average to decent reviews about other branches.  The menu at  Shah Alam consists of  various types of pastas, burgers, and sandwiches.

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While I probably won’t be back for the coffee; I do like the furniture and art pieces that are for sale.  Most of the furniture here are “statement pieces”; adding a piece or two would accentuate your home.
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The 1st floor is the gallery, exhibiting larger furniture pieces.  If it gets too crowded downstairs, there’s also a semi-open balcony area for more room.DSC_7311 DSC_7309
More Info : Halal
Wood & Steel Facebook (The page is for the Kota Damansara branch).
Address : No. 12, Jalan U3/5, Shah Alam, 40150 Selangor.

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    1. KJ @ alwaystravelicious.com Post author

      That district seems a bit barren the cafe might be a good addition. I always thought you stay in Sabah or something as you seem to post a lot of things about Sabah 🙂

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