J.Co Donuts – Are They That Good?

Today, I had the opportunity or rather the time to haul my butt to The Pavillion Kuala Lumpur for lunch.  The Pavilion is the latest mall to open in central Kuala Lumpur, right smack in the middle of our shopping district, Bukit Bintang.  The atmosphere was great as there were ample space to walk about and not be in a tight squeeze as Low Yat Plaza.

Back to the story; my colleague and I went to The Pavillion for lunch and while walking over to the intended restaurant, I saw a long queue at J.Co Donuts.  I’m not sure what the hoo-haa is all about but it seems that everyone in the mall is lining up to buy them donuts.  The queue was quite long and in a zigzag shape, much like a Z alphabet.

Prices per donut is between RM2.00 and RM2.30 which is quite alright compared to Dunkin Donuts and the Big Apple something-something (sorry, I forgot the name). Well, I thought if I had my lunch and come back to J.Co’s, I’ll probably buy a dozen to try them out. Hopefully, the queue will subside by then.

Well, it was after lunch and having paid the bill, we walked to J.Co Donuts and behold, the queue was a little longer.  Dang! I thought. This donuts must be good.  I proceeded to queue and after 15 minutes and only a slight move forward, I went back to office empty handed.  Couldn’t wait much longer.

J.Co Donuts – Are they that good?  Is it worth queuing up for an hour just to savour their donuts?  Hopefully this is not a passing fad as what happened to RotiBoy.  I’ll return one day to try them donuts.

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1 Comment »

  1. Leslie said,

    December 18, 2007 @ 11:46 pm

    Tasete 100% same as Big Apple la… I wonder who copied who.

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