Located in the artsy Publika, this Australian-inspired café has a distinctly rustic flair to it and boasts a boundless menu filled with brunch items. Popular are the RBB Specialty Baked Eggs, which lie on a bed of beef, lamb, chicken chorizo, sundried tomatoes, and are topped with a generous helping of cheese.
The Classic French Toast is another highlight, taking things back to basics, but oh so fluffy and flavoursome. The almond coating adds a nice crunch and pairs perfectly with the maple syrup and fresh fruits.
Metal Box Restaurant & Cafe
If you’re heading for an early matinee at the Damansara Performing Arts Centre, make sure to swing by Metal Box which has become a serious contender in the brunch circles of the city. You’ll find fresh takes on staple dishes courtesy of Chef Ryan Cheah, previously heading the kitchen at The Red Beanbag.
Highlights here include the Japanese inspired Eggs Hemmingway which come with smoked salmon, hollandaise, bonito flakes and seaweed, and the Guinness Pancakes, where the traditional maple syrup side is replaced with a blend of Gula Melaka and Guinness.
A proponent of the farm-to-table movement, Bread Fruits sources all ingredients from organic farms with strictly no additives and what you get are garden fresh dishes bursting with flavour.
You can’t go wrong with the SatisFry Up; a breakfast with all the works including pork sausage or bacon, eggs scrambled or sunny side up, roasted cherry tomatoes, sautéed mushrooms, mashed potato, arugula and toast. Wash it down with one of their wild honey fruit juices including pomegranate, passion fruit and seasonal mandarin. The unprocessed wild Malaysian honey comes from Pahang and adds and intensely rich flavour to the beverages, as well as many of the dishes.
On the heartier side, try the Spanish pork belly and pumpkin breakfast plate or the bacon and guacamole egg on toast – sure to please the pork lovers out there!