- Coffee Elements will be relocating to a new location at Farlim Square
- The final day of operations at All Seasons Place will be on 31st May 2022
- Farlim Square location will open to the public on 12th June 2022.
Among the few pioneers of cafes in Penang is notably The Alley, Constant Gardener as well as Coffee Elements. These cafes have stood the test of time as they hold a special place in the hearts of Penangites. Today, we come bearing news that Coffee Elements is relocating to a new location soon.
Coffee Elements Penang Will Be Relocating To Farlim In June 2022
Have you visited this cafe before? Snuggly tucked on the 1st floor of All Seasons Place, the location is pretty obscure as it is away from other bustling eateries on the Ground Floor. Despite its obscurity, it is still an OG cafe with a string of loyal patrons aboard.
At Coffee Elements, you can find an array of beverages ranging from hand-brewed coffee all the way to milkshakes. For its main course, Coffee Elements serves up pasta, burgers, salad as well as desserts.
The latest update on Coffee Elements is that they are closing the All Seasons Place outlet to relocate to a new location. Starting from 12th June 2022, Coffee Elements will be operating at Farlim Square with their final day at All Seasons Place being on the 31st of May 2022.
See You At The New Farlim Square Location!
So, if you’ve been there with them since they opened their doors 9 years ago, it’s time to take a trip down memory lane. Head over to their All Seasons Place, order a cuppa, and bask in the cozy ambiance one last time. We’ll be doing just that over the weekend so see you around!
Address: 6G-2-17, All Seasons Place, Lebuhraya Thean Teik, 11500 Ayer Itam, Pulau Pinang
Operating Hours: 10 AM-9 PM (Opens daily, last day of operations on 31st May 2022)
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