Hoxe’S Cafe

This is my 2nd time dining at this cozy cafe quipped with wifi.

Don’t remember seeing this shanghai vase pot the last time I was here. From far it looks very antique but the more i look at it now, I think the boss just pick them from some garbage dump (*sheesh…)

Each time I stepped into this cafe, it gave me a very satisfying feeling because of the cozy environment and knowing that the menu doesn’t serve some throat-cutting food!

I’m sure for books lover, you can’t help but to grab or even browse their selection of books on the shelf.

and more shelves …

Can’t resist the temptation to show you guys this neatly arranged books.


err…. am i turning this entry into a library?
okok. one more pic. The kids corner.

Isn’t this place cool? You get to read your stuff or surfing while kids get to read their stuff too.

Just like any other hotspots, scenario like this is common.

A table supposed to fit in 6 dinners, now have to reduce to 4 dinners. You know what i mean. They can’t be putting their laptop on their lap while eating right? Shouldn’t they call their gadget table top then???

The food! Whenever I’m here, I’ll go for the Chicken Pie. A must if you are a first timer. Anyway, all the food there is Halal. The boss, Adi, is a Muslim too.

Hot creamy cheese will just melt in your mouth *drool….

Do you remember your mummy always tell you, do not talk with your mouth full? You better remember her words if you do not want any mess on your keyboard or monitor…. or even your Partner’s face!

I’m a smoothie lover. I ordered smoothies whenever I dined out.

Mango Tango

That’s all about the review. One thing that I’m thinking if I should warned the anti-smokers diner. They actually allowed open smoking.

… and this is no ordinary cigarette. It’s cigar!!!! Very dissappointed hor.

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  1. oddfather said,

    April 18, 2006 @ 12:44 pm

    nice pictures………and nice cigar box. Too bad its empty.

  2. daboss said,

    April 18, 2006 @ 1:27 pm

    how come no people in your pictures wan? 🙂

  3. Allan said,

    April 18, 2006 @ 2:58 pm

    Looks very relaxin place and do have some really attrative food…Not bad..

  4. Euj said,

    April 18, 2006 @ 3:12 pm

    wow! definitely have to visit that place next time i’m in kl. what’s the address?


    Jessie – Euj, just give me a ring when you are in town. Anyway, Ray is familiar with that place too.

  5. JC said,

    April 18, 2006 @ 5:31 pm

    Leslie is so recognisable.
    Even from the back, you know it’s Leslie. hehehe

    Jessie – daBoss, did you read this?  Who say there is no people in my entry? *sticking out tongue

  6. Lil said,

    April 18, 2006 @ 6:19 pm

    omg, they have so many charmed books!!!!

    Jessie – I knew you will fall for it!

  7. sila said,

    April 19, 2006 @ 4:36 am

    ah the infamous hoxes! thanks for the tour, jessie! 😀

  8. anonymous said,

    May 29, 2006 @ 11:24 am

    I found your work a little stiff, you need to involve your acute artistic sensibilities, that you indeed have, and, your photos reflects, the dicipline of composicion, an important tool that will make you master of your skills. rosa maria

  9. Squal said,

    July 18, 2006 @ 12:26 pm

    The place sure look nice and cosy, but where is the location? I’ve searched through the net but no website on hoax’s cafe.

    The Queen says:  It’s in Damansara Perdana, Petaling Jaya.  Thanks for dropping by :) 

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