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At this popular lunch spot, choose between a bowl, wrap or sandwich loaded with your choice of protein, salad, carbs and sauces. The price depends on your choices, but is always affordable - and always tasty.

Made for Sunday brunches with the fam and your pooch is this pet-friendly bakery in Mont Kiara. Look forward to the thick and fluffy French Toast (RM25) generously loaded with good-for-you nuts (think tons of walnuts, almonds and pistachios), caramelised bananas and strawberries before being doused in a delectable blueberry sauce. For something savoury, go for the S'More Lava Eggs (RM18) – more fluffy brioche topped with chickpea tomato sauce and two perfectly poached eggs. Don't leave without their signature buttery Almond Croissant (RM7)!

Suuuuuuper flaky croissant made fresh daily. Very little almond flavour tho, but still very good. Best had with a cup of black coffee.

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Talking about eating healthy, sushi kitchen is definitely the place that I would recommend to my friends. Good food, cozy environment , friendly service! New restaurant around KL! I wanna go back for more

Grilled cheese sandos need not be sinful with this spot in Sri Hartamas! The Grilled Cheese Bacon (RM22) sees melted cheddar on toasted bread accompanied by salty bacon and a heaping amount of fresh rocket – the perfectly balance between healthy and indulgent. Wash that down with one of their fresh fruit juices like the orangey Rise ‘N’ Shine (RM11).

A guilt-free grilled cheese. This less-greasy option sees toasted bread stuffed generously with fresh rocket, tomato slices and salty bacon. Looks small but actually quite filling. Had it with a orange, carrot and ginger juice to seal the meal.

Salty, tasty and super wholesome. Such a good salad to tuck into on carb-free days. It’s seasoned lightly which is great as the other ingredients like salty capers and grilled salmon flakes pack in a whole load of flavour. I shall try to recreate this at home!

A healthier way to enjoy your curry katsu without the heavy carbs. Love the panko crust and that it coats the juicy pork so perfectly. Extra points for the crunch.

Reminiscing my younger days Malaysian snack with these old school Kaya balls filled with housemade duck egg Kaya (coconut jam) served with a scoop of Milo ice cream. Though I’m not a big fan of Milo, the Kaya Balls were soft and fluffy filled with slightly thicker texture jam. Downside, service wasn’t on par for their second day of service. RM15 per serving.

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Trying out their coffee using Cloud Catcher’s Rubix blend with almond milk(additional RM2). It’s quite a smooth one with milk chocolate taste profile and I like that they use sustainable straws in their establishment. RM12 per glass.

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Beach vibes, healthy eats and friendly service – pen this cafe down for future brunch dates with your gal pals. For breakfast, tuck into the vegetarian Shakshouka Eggs (RM18) loaded with eggplant, green capsicum and chickpeas served with housemade bread. For something sweet, the Mana Bowl (RM22) is tasty and good for you. The base sees blended organic maqui berry mixed with an array of fresh fruits and topped with more fruits, goji berries and local Kelulut honey. Lunch is served from 11.30am, and you can look forward to a mix of Asian and Western delights such as Truffle Mac and Cheese (RM28) and Gohma Mee Hun Kueh (RM20), made hand-pulled duck egg noodles.

A bowl of health. Good choice for a nutritious breakfast or lunch as this how was filled with all the good stuff. Topped with various fruit slices, chia seeds, goji berries and oats. Think of it as a healthier alternative for ice cream.
Drizzle some organic Kelulut honey and you’re good to go!