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We enjoyed the squid ink spaghetti 🦑 (RM39) - it comes with two sizeable Hokkaido scallops and topped with flower crab meat 🦀 and ikura. The pasta had a nice bite with the the various seafood flavours complementing each other.

Want something healthy for breakie instead of nasi lemak and Toast? Try the purple potato sandwich! So good and that smooth mashed sweet potato goes surprisingly well with egg and chicken ham.

Don't be alarmed by Blonde's duck breast 🦆 that is served medium rare. Blonde's Seared Dry Aged Shanghainese Crusted Duck Breast (RM55) was perfectly cooked with tender flavourful meat and a lovely seared exterior. We especially like the crunchy bits on the top.

It takes a special kind of idiot to order a salad at a cafe, because A. they’re always overpriced, and B. the main ingredients that got you to order the salad in the first place are few and far between. This salad is guilty of both those points, but was still yummy nonetheless. And I am guilty of being said special idiot, as I knew this would happen and ordered the salad anyway.

This is probably one of the most satisfying big breakfasts I’ve had in a while - it’s big, and it’s unhealthy enough to make your brunch trip feel worth the calories. There are two slices of whole grain bread, a decently sized chicken sausage, grilled tomato, crispy kale, potato croquette, mushrooms and an egg done your way. I got extra mushrooms because I swapped out the bacon. All in all... worth it. Have it by yourself if you’re ravenous or share it.

Homemade sourdough topped with fluffy scramble, chunks of crabmeat, and drizzled with chilli oil. The chilli oil gives a spicy kick to cut through the heaviness of the eggs and crabmeat. It’s a rather large portion so prepare your stomach!

Indo mee with Ayam Berempah @luckinkopi, comes with unlimited refill of kopi if you order set meal.
Do come before 11:55am to avoid long waiting time (new cafe...knowing the hype). Staff are quite attentive and efficient.
Taste wise: could be better, mee was a bit too soggy, chicken was a little too dry.
Coffee: kaw but not aromatic enough...

Make this newbie at The Hub your one-stop shop for breakfast, lunch or tea. Start your day with their signature croissant used in many of their dishes like the Sinful Breakfast (RM26) served alongside scrambled eggs, peanut butter, chicken sausage and more. On mains, the house speciality Double C (RM23) is a unique combination – think grilled chicken, roast potatoes and quinoa salad doused in sweet cranberry sauce. Don't leave without snagging a croissant! They are freshly baked and come in yummy flavours like Almond (RM7), Cinnamon (RM7) and Pistachio (RM9). Wash that down with a cup of coffee, or tickle your tastebuds with their concoction called Blue Choc (RM14) – an iced chocolate with blueberry sauce.

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