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“Great Value. Tasty Food.”

24 Festive Drums Cafe
Ranked #63 of 1,065 Restaurants in Johor Bahru
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Reviewed 28 August 2017

The service was great. The food had great flavor. We tried the Signature Wantan Noodles and the Poh Kee Curry Mee. Definitely would go back.

The interior drum decor is terrific. Everyone that passed the drum outside the restaurant wanted to play it.

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Reviewed 10 June 2017 via mobile

Beautifully culturally cafe with nice deco and friendly staff.

Couple with traditional style of the wanton noodles, this is definitely a place I would recommend for breakfast or even a Saturday night dinner (staff shared Saturday night 8pm has drum performance).

Drop by and try it for yourself :)

Should you need more info can get me at r c k o n g at(symbol) y a h o o dot c o m :)

Thank rckong
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Reviewed 27 February 2017

My compliments to their creative choice of using Chinese drums as tabletops in their tatami room, as well as pendent lighting fixtures. The backwall of their tatami room had drumsticks fashioned into the Chinese character, "Drum". The Chinese Calligraphy stencils on the plate glass window is very artistic while shading the glare from the street.
But the Caffe Com Miele (MYR10 small cup) had too much sugar to compensate for lack of taste. A pot of Roasted Chinese Tea was MYR12. I ordered a Passionfruit tea expecting freshly brewed cup of hot tea but what came was a chilled can of Taiwanese style sweet green tea for MYR4.50. I wish their Menu was more descriptive in English because I cannot read Chinese! We were about the only customers there on a Tuesday afternoon.
The only restroom is Unisex in a very tight cubicle - feels claustrophobic.

Thank 3Kells
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Reviewed 16 January 2017 via mobile

It's a cozy and quite cafe with Chinese drums design. Love the huge space and it's contains old design floor tiles. The latte is a must to try because it's beautiful latte art with Chinese characters.

Thank GheeYin Z
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Reviewed 3 January 2017

The interesting concept about this cafe is that they had drums hanging from the ceiling. The 3rd floor is also the place where members of the club practice for their drums. We had some mille crepe and mango milkshake/tea. The mille crepe was too hard and instead of fresh cream, it was layered with cream cheese. Being a fan of mille crepe, I felt that this was frozen overnight instead of freshly made. The mango milkshake is fine but not memorable.

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