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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)!

Pictured are the Frutti Di Marre, a seafood tomato-based pizza and Aloha, your typical chicken & pineapple white-sauced based pizza. One thing that really stood out with the pizzas here, is that it has a VERY strong garlic flavour. Ya girl here loves garlic so I really liked the pizzas! If you are not a fan of garlic, you may want to order more tomato-based pizzas instead.

Fei Fan may be slightly more expensive than Sukiya, but unlike the latter it has homemade meat balls, pork slices and even pork innards for those who love them! Soup bases are also different, more geared towards Chinese flavours. Definitely one of my go to hotpot buffets. Do remember to make a reservation though, because it’s gained so much popularity that it seems to be completely full every night, even on weekdays.

For a healthy granola bowl anytime. Greek yogurt topped with fruits, granola and honey.

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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This is the Sunshine bowl with banana, pineapple, mango, chia seeds, granola and coconut flakes. A great combination of ingredients in a smoothie bowl and not overly sweet. A bit pricey though!

Hearty bowl of salmon cubes, cucumber slices, pickled relishes and spiced dressing with a slight kick

Aglio Olio penne pasta with Seared salmon, sautéed mushrooms, roasted herb pumpkin and sweet potatoes topped with mixed nuts and seed with my favourite Beetroot Tzatziki sauce. RM19.90 per serving. Topped up RM3 for green tea.

Hot udon soup is a specialty from Daegu for supper. While I wasn’t sure how much the ones here resembles its origin, this is definitely comforting on cold nights. Piping hot udon soup made of fish cake, prawn, seaweed, chopped spring onions and korean enoki mushroom. RM18.80 per serving.

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Spicy marinated pork ribs that tasted a bit like the Chinese BBQ Pork. RM24.80 per serving.