Upon M's recommendation, I sampled the oeufs cocotte (left) while she had the oeufs mollets florentine (bottom right). The former was perfection in a ramekin - two soft baked eggs with smoked duck cubes and a thin gruyere cheese crust with a slice of farmer's bread and greens on the side. M seemed to enjoy her eggs florentine - two perfectly boiled eggs with a twist of mushroom and gruyere cheese. We paid close to RM100 for the two dishes, the best mango tart (not pictured, but chilled, and very very good) and three drinks, which is a little steep. But in a market where excellence is rare, Yeast comes highly recommended.