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Eight best spots for weekend brunches – sip back, relax and munch away!
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This is their signature but I feel that the hae bi hiam was more impressive. Not to say this wasn't good, but it's less impactful. Esp having just had gin khao's rather decent tom yum 2 days ago

Despite it being tom yum this was actually quite a safe option and quite satisfying nonetheless, u get hints of sourness, sweetness, and the teeniest bit of heat. Spice lovers should definitely request for extra chili padi

Grilled cheese toast; toast is very crispy yet not dry; not overly cheesy taste; no truffle taste; pickled cucumbers are very sour & aids in reducing the jelatness; with lightly salted fresh greens at the side..

I forgot the price breakdown(it's electronically ordered and paid, no physical receipt)

This place's naming is confusing as heck. Apparently they're actually called Myo everywhere but the restaurant itself everywhere has at the Myo. Doesn't help that there's a Myo restobar which is much more famous and pops up when you search Myo

Nonetheless this plate was very good. The hae bee hiam garlic sauce?(is it called a sauce if it's this thin?) was packed full of flavours and it's pretty hot too(do ask for less spicy if you can't take heat). Very satisfying and worth the travel to this ulu place

Came across The Brewing Ground on social media the other, and decided to drop by during the past weekend — located in the tranquil surroundings of The Yard (the former location of Telok Kurau English School), the highlight of the cafe is the Kapok tree right at their backyard — a 40 year old tree with a prominent stature which is almost a centrepiece of the cafe when viewed from a certain point. The lush greenery within the cafe and the space being flooded with natural lighting streaming in from the windows on both sides makes this spot absolutely charming.

Serving up different items throughout the day, patrons can get to order items such as granola, tartines and sandwiches for breakfast from opening to 4pm, or breakfast platters, brunch classics, mains and pasta which are available from 11am to 4pm. The Breakfast Burger is part of the “brunch” section of the menu — features Pork Sausage Patty, Silky Scrambled Eggs, Caramalised Onions, Cheese, Ketchup Mayo, Brioche Buns, Hash Browns and Mesclun Salad. A beautifully put-together burger featuring elements which seem to work well especially for a substantial brunch item, the portion is incredibly hearty — light and fluffy brioche buns come spread with the ketchup mayo for a lightly tangy and creamy touch; an attempt to bind the burger buns together with the elements within. There, the scrambled eggs are well-executed; silky, creamy and beautifully folded — carried a distinct egginess without being overly seasoned, and paired well with the juicy and tenderised pork sausage that is just savoury to the right degree for a wholesome touch. While some establishments uses sweet elements such as apple sauce to cut through the meatiness of the pork, caramalised onions is used here instead, lending its distinct sweetness to the pork sausage while being still slightly savoury with the cheese being melted over it. Even the hash browns do deserve a mention here — no doubt looking like they come off those generic packs available at any supermarket, but I like how they have done it just nice here without the hash browns feeling particularly greasy which deserves the mention.

Must say that The Brewing Ground was somewhere I really enjoyed being at — soaking into its serenity, it felt like a spot that is hidden away from the urbanity. Being situated in a rather obscure spot in Telok Kurau, it may be a spot that takes a little while to be explored, but it was certainly well worth it — the ambience, the food, the coffee, the hospitality; somewhere that places an emphasis on their patrons where it’s all relaxing and positive vibes. Its needless to say that I will be back again — a cafe to wind down over the weekend over idyllic brunches with a book on one hand and a cup of coffee with the other; wishing the folks behind The Brewing Ground all the best in what has to come!

Came across The Brewing Ground on social media the other, and decided to drop by during the past weekend — located in the tranquil surroundings of The Yard (the former location of Telok Kurau English School), the highlight of the cafe is the Kapok tree right at their backyard — a 40 year old tree with a prominent stature which is almost a centrepiece of the cafe when viewed from a certain point. The lush greenery within the cafe and the space being flooded with natural lighting streaming in from the windows on both sides makes this spot absolutely charming.

Serving up different items throughout the day, patrons can get to order items such as granola, tartines and sandwiches for breakfast from opening to 4pm, or breakfast platters, brunch classics, mains and pasta which are available from 11am to 4pm. The Breakfast Burger is part of the “brunch” section of the menu — features Pork Sausage Patty, Silky Scrambled Eggs, Caramalised Onions, Cheese, Ketchup Mayo, Brioche Buns, Hash Browns and Mesclun Salad. A beautifully put-together burger featuring elements which seem to work well especially for a substantial brunch item, the portion is incredibly hearty — light and fluffy brioche buns come spread with the ketchup mayo for a lightly tangy and creamy touch; an attempt to bind the burger buns together with the elements within. There, the scrambled eggs are well-executed; silky, creamy and beautifully folded — carried a distinct egginess without being overly seasoned, and paired well with the juicy and tenderised pork sausage that is just savoury to the right degree for a wholesome touch. While some establishments uses sweet elements such as apple sauce to cut through the meatiness of the pork, caramalised onions is used here instead, lending its distinct sweetness to the pork sausage while being still slightly savoury with the cheese being melted over it. Even the hash browns do deserve a mention here — no doubt looking like they come off those generic packs available at any supermarket, but I like how they have done it just nice here without the hash browns feeling particularly greasy which deserves the mention.

Must say that The Brewing Ground was somewhere I really enjoyed being at — soaking into its serenity, it felt like a spot that is hidden away from the urbanity. Being situated in a rather obscure spot in Telok Kurau, it may be a spot that takes a little while to be explored, but it was certainly well worth it — the ambience, the food, the coffee, the hospitality; somewhere that places an emphasis on their patrons where it’s all relaxing and positive vibes. Its needless to say that I will be back again — a cafe to wind down over the weekend over idyllic brunches with a book on one hand and a cup of coffee with the other; wishing the folks behind The Brewing Ground all the best in what has to come!

Salmon is served medium rare with smoky & creamy torched mentaiko sauce; fish is fresh & soft; on pearl rice, with various pickles..

Made on the spot, so need to wait about 5mins

Not sure if it's the best, I prefer mine with a crusty exterior but this was damn good. Soft exterior with bits of crunch, enclosing a voluptuous cream which was uniquely sweet and smooth, yet not surfeiting. One of the few times I regret extending the invite to share my dessert(I was actually tempted to walk back 15mins to get another one haha if my schedule allowed)

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