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The simplest breakfast that beats them all. Crispy toast and most fragrant and smooth tea (or coffee I can’t tell) 😋

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The black Angus patty was good. The rest of it was okay. If you’re looking for a classic cheeseburger, this is it.

This is RM32.

Jamaica Blue @ Robertson has a bright and comfortable interior. Suitable for small work meets or even with friends. Wide food selection and it’s pretty good. Tried a long black with their single origin blue mountains beans. Mild acidity with a light finish.

Had my cap with their Blue Mountain beans. Love the slight chocolaty taste at the top.

Smashed avocado, feta cheese, turkey slice, poached eggs on sourdough. Seasoned avocado, perfectly runny eggs. All I need for the perfect avocado toast. Not a fan of turkey slice? Have it with smoked salmon instead (RM26.50)

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Poached eggs, wilted spinach, smoked salmon on toast. Toast was a bit tough but good dish.

Made in house with their own Australian recipe, this is a must have! Warm and gooey with vanilla ice cream. Perfect to end the meal, or have it for tea!

The combo of the toppings are quite odd but I did enjoy it nevertheless.

This pancake comes with pineapples, turkey ham, melted mozzarella cheese and guacamole topped with salsa and crispy nachos. It was a mix of sweet and salty.

This is RM23.

Bangsar has never ceased to amaze us with new eateries and new cuisine to savour or to even just have a lazy Sunday brunch! The latest edition to the Bangsar food scene is the Aussie inspired Urban Daybreak.. This place has generated a humongous hype surrounding its food especially the Avocado toast which is a fan favourite of the fellow Aussies! Do come in early during the weekends or if you can wait then visit them after 4pm as the crowds disappears to embark their food journeys of the day.. So I had the Perfect Omelette (RM24) which is a bold choice of word to express a humble egg. This is one of the reasons why we chose this dish as like how Jacques Pepin would say that a good chef will make an excellent egg dish.. it may seem nothing but it does resonates a lot for this restaurant.. For their Perfect Omelette, it was filled with baby spinach and smoked salmon and topped off with a heavy dollop of cream cheese accompanied by toasted almonds and mesclun salad.. Unfortunately, it wasn’t as well seasoned or well balanced as it may sound on the menu. The Omelette was well cooked with a creamy and buttery texture but it was under seasoned for most part of it and when it gets you towards the end of it; there it was a big hit of salt just slathers your tongue with it! It wasn’t the most pleasant experience and the bitter salad wasn’t a great accompaniment as it lacks in textures or flavours that complements or even elevate the dish.. it was overall a mediocre dish with lacklustre accompaniments

In Three Little Birds you can trust for consistently good drips. Spend weekend mornings here with a good book sipping on the Coffee Juice (filter coffee with house-roasted beans, from RM15), or go for a more decadent Mocha (RM14) made with Valrhona chocolate. Coupled with lush greenery coupled and water features, this experience scores high on serene vibes.
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With three outlets under their belt, there's gotta be something Owls Cafe is doing right. Waffles aside, we think it's the delicately fragrant Rose Latte (RM12) that's not too sweet. If you’re one for more kick, there's also the Magic (RM10), an Australian-inspired milk coffee served with double ristretto instead of espresso. Bonus: The kitchen is open all day, so get an order of their famously yummy waffles while getting your coffee fix.

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