Recommended lists for Breakfast & Brunch

Recommended lists of Best Breakfast & Brunch in Kuala Lumpur, 2018
Burpple Guides, Local Delights, Breakfast & Brunch Best Places For Local Breakfasts In Kuala Lumpur A good breakfast could be as simple as kaya toast and wobbly soft-boiled eggs, or as splendid as nasi lemak with fried chicken. To curate the best of the best local breakfasts, we’ve scoured kopitiams, mamaks and roadside stalls across Pudu, Damansara and Petaling Street. Here are 8 places for the greatest morning hits!
Burpple Guides, Breakfast & Brunch 10 Places For Breakfast & Brunch In KL Every so often, we wake up at a time of the day when it's a little too late for breakfast, but also too early for lunch. A sustaining meal in between comes in to save the day — that's the beauty of brunch. With this list, you can now sleep in, awake to a roaring appetite and set off in search of KL's best places to brunch!
Burpple Guides, Breakfast & Brunch Sunway's Best: Breakfast and Brunch If there is one thing that's capable of waking us up for class, it's breakfast and brunch! Let us lead you into Bandar Sunway, where students make up the major population, for the best B + B spots that are affordable and equally enjoyable!
Burpple Guides, Breakfast & Brunch SS15's Best: Breakfast and Brunch The need for a glorious breakfast and brunch is a never-ending quest. Whether your idea of a great start to the day involves the staple scrambled eggs and sausages, a decadent slice of cheesecake or simple buttered Hokkaido toast, this guide to SS15's best morning spots will help you pick your much-deserved reward for waking up early!

Top 10 Places for Breakfast & Brunch

Top 10 places for Breakfast & Brunch

Latest Reviews for Breakfast & Brunch

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Breakfast & Brunch

Love eating the crunch together with the savoury bolognese pasta! Sometimes kids portion is enough to fix my craving for pastas!

I’ve heard great things about the nasi lemak here so I was very eager to try! Not overly spicy, the chicken curry is creamy and very fragrant (the menu claims it’s made with more than 20 types of spices), while the sambal was punchy and slightly tangy (still trying to figure his out). My favourite thing on the plate has to be the pickled tomatoes and the uber crunchy baby ikan bilis!

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Simple but oh so delicious egg noodles. Every strand shimmers with the mildly spicy, umami oil, with a dollop of spring onions and XO sauce on top. A tad pricey for plain dish, but for a guaranteed good, no-frills noodles, I’d be happy to fork out the dough!


Ultra rich, cheesy risotto with a pleasantly crisped-up crust, plus fat, meaty king mushrooms on top!


Quality wagyu tartare with shallots, garlic, cilantro and herbed oil. The flavours are stellar, especially when had with bitter keropok. Order to share!


I forgot what’s the name of this dish, but it’s really good! Le food is a cafe that served vegetarian meals. They have a very small and nice garden where people will definitely take a photo of (who doesn’t like neon lights HAHAH) however, if you’re a morning person like me, please do note that even though their opening hour written is 10am but they would only open their doors at 10.30am 😃

their coffee ☕️ are really good, however when it comes to food they are just normal

Soft, Fluffy and Sweet. Three words to describe these Japanese soufflé pancakes served with a housemade soft serve either vanilla or matcha flavour along with pancake syrup. It melts into your mouth within seconds. RM24 per serving.

This ain’t your ordinary national dish, Nasi Lemak. A warm sambal Risotto plated with local elements like diced cucumbers, peanuts, anchovies, 65°c soft boiled egg, alfalfa together with nicely battered dory fish is worth the try. Though the risotto might be slightly under seasoned but surprisingly it goes well with others. RM24 per serving.

Forty Hands don’t display their cakes. So you have to ask what’s available.

The carrot cake isn’t overly sweet and isn’t very dense. Overall, not bad.

This was RM12.

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Matcha burnt cheese cake(RM14.90) and iced matcha latte(RM12). Awesome combination!

Saw this on the menu, and thought that Japanese Western mix was just sort of another fusion thing that every other cafe was trying to bring. But a bite of this totally change my view on how an ordinary eggs benedict dish can be so eggstraordinary. Hahahha. Pun intended. Bursting with flavours from the egg itself, and the sauce from the unagi, this dish is truly what I’ll come back for the next time. You don’t get too bored of it even after a few bites, and you don’t even realise that it’s fish because the smell is covered up.

Might be a little pricey. But if you’re in for a little treat yo’self day- check this out.

💸 RM40