Sunday brunch on a Monday night
When it comes to weekends, we all desire a little retreat, be it sleeping in a bit more, a movie marathon or a big brunch in any time of a day. There is no luxury that can compare to a relaxing day at your favourite coffee shop where time seems to pass by at a slower pace. It is a chance for you to ease your thoughts, experience a day in a life differently or to catch up with some old friends in a cosy ambiance.
To find yourself such wonderful moments, be sure to check out our list of the top 10 All-day Breakfast Places in KL where you can get to spend some quality time over a big breakfast throughout the day.
1. Urbean Café
The name Urbean is derived from the word ‘urban’ as an emphasis on bringing to Malaysians the number one choice of the best coffee beans brewed by Singapore’s famous Common Man Coffee Roasters. Its 22 Martin blend contains the heavenly taste of dark chocolate and molasses coffee beans originating from India, Peru and Brazil.
Apart from their coffee, Urbean also serves scrumptious breakfast meals that will definitely help to kick-start your day. Topping the list of customer’s picks is the savoury Croque Monsieur featuring Urbean’s special croissant baked in Gouda cheese with mushrooms and smoked turkey filled with a creamy béchamel sauce.
Address: C-14 Avenue K 156. Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
2. The Red Beanbag
Get lost in a serene coffee house and surround yourself with good vibes at The Red Beanbag this weekend. This contemporary brunch and café shop is a new favourite for the locals with its enticing food selections as well as excellent service.
You’ve got to try out their signature Smoked Chicken Breast Salad for starters and indulge in a big brunch of smashed avocado with honey glazed beef bacon even Victoria’s Secret angels won’t be able to resist. Bring your friends and share the joy with its best-selling baked egg for the best brunch ever!
Address: A4 – 1 – 08, Solaris Dutamas, Jalan Dutamas 1, Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: Tue to Thu 10am to 10pm | Fri 10am to 12am | Sat 9:30am to 12am | Sun 9:30am to 10pm | Kitchen closed from 4pm to 6pm
3. The Good Batch
Tucked away in a corner of PJ, off the centre of KL lies this vibrant café bar named The Good Batch. It will immediately catch your attention with the colourful murals along the canvas wall. This coffee shop has one of the best all-day breakfast menus in town, offering dishes from around the world such as Mexico, New York, Malaysia, Norway, Paris among others.
Make a change in your daily meal with Norwegian – A combination of smoked salmon salad, topped with scrumptious poached eggs that blend in perfectly nice for a burst of flavour in your mouth. What a wonderful place to start off your day with!
Address: 53, SS2/1A, Damansara Uptown, Petalling Jaya
Opening hours: Tue to Fri 11am to 12am | Sat 9:00am to 12am | Sun 9:00am to 11pm
4. Acme Bar and Coffee
You cannot say that you have experienced the modern coffee culture in KL without having been to Acme Bar and Coffee. Located right in the heart of KL, this little New York corner resemblance is an irresistible place for its appetizing food menu that is unique to itself. The delightful crab and grilled watermelon salad together with a sip of creamy latte will set your mind free from work pressure.
One does not simply visit Acme without ordering the fantastic sizzling brownies. There is just too much of pleasure in this divine dessert, who cares about dieting when you can pamper yourself in a heavenly sweet chocolate dish!
Address: Ground Floor, The Troika, Jalan Binjai, Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: Mon to Thu 11am to 12am | Fri 11am to 1am | Sat 9:30am to 1am | Sun 9:30am to 12am
5. Yeast Bistronomy
Indulge in the cosy ambience in the middle of a hustle and bustle town at Yeast Bistronomy (bistro and gastronomy combined) and get blown away by the exceptional French influenced all-day breakfast menu. The café is certainly a decent little Paris with signature buttery bread and croissants. On top of that, they also serve a variety of pastries that are freshly baked which will give you a taste of a Parisian’s lifestyle.
Yeast’s cuisine art is formed by Michelin-Star Restaurant’s Chef Mathieu Rabau. Some of the most savoury dishes on its menu are Escargot Brioche Bourguignon, Mesclun Lardons and Salmon Amandine.
Address: 24G Jalan Telawi 2 Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur | Lot G(E)-013A Ground External Floor, Mid Valley Megamall
Opening hours: Sun to Thu 8am to 10pm | Fri to Sat: 8am to 10:30pm
6. Haikara Style Cafe & Bakery
Haikaira Style Cafe is a Japanese themed cafe owned and run by a couple from Nagoya, Japan, which contributes to its authenticity. If you’re feeling bored of all the ordinary beautifully designed cafes, escape to Haikaira for a total different ambience – basically feeling like you’ve stepped into Japan. In the morning, get their signature homemade bread with scrambled eggs for free with a purchase of their special blend coffee.
If you’re feeling for a more filling meal, they’ve got plenty of other dishes to choose from their one-of-a- kind menu. Haikara is definitely a must try!
Address: Ss 16, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor
Opening hours: Tues to Friday 11.00am – 3.30pm & 5.30pm – 10.00pm | Sat to Sun 10.00am to 10.00pm | Closed on Mondays
7. Mr & Ms Café
What better way to enjoy a weekend hangout than sharing a big brunch with your loved one at the city’s new foodie hub? Located in Oasis Square, Mr & Ms Café is indeed a big hit among youngster with its contemporary setting and an Australian influenced all-day breakfast menu.
While the options for your big brunch might seem abundant, it is recommended to try out their breakfast platter if you are first-time customers. A plate full of ham, sausages served with pancakes and perfect poached eggs will keep your stomach happy for real long. Besides, their artistry latte cup really makes the best adornment to your Instagram perfect flat lay and it is super delicious too!
Address: B-G-3A, Oasis Square, Jalan PJU 1A/7A, Ara Damansara
Opening hours: Tue to Fri 10am to 6pm | Sat to Sun 9am to 5pm | Closed on Mondays
8. Feeka Coffee Roasters
Inspired by the relaxing lifestyle of the Swedes, a Nordic influenced coffee house was opened under the name of Feeka, meaning “have a break with a drink and some food”. Feeka Coffee Roasters is a place where you can get to experience life in a slower pace, with good companions and flavorsome meals. This cosy café is probably the best Scandinavian décor you can find within the stretch of lively KL’s pub streets.
Feeka’s signature brunch is the crispy buttered bread roasted to perfection, served with different toppings such as sirloin steak slices, sausages and scrambled eggs. Just a small bite of it can immediately ignite your inner food connoisseur. But don’t rush your time while in Feeka, it’s better to enjoy the ambience to the fullest before heading back to reality.
Address: 19 Jalan Mesui, Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: Mon to Thu 9am to 10pm | Fri to Sun 9am to 11pm
9. The Grumpy Cyclist
A bicycle-themed coffee shop is probably the most unique café station for not only cyclists but also all the wanderers who are craving for a hearty brunch time in town. The Grumpy Cyclist is also a bicycle workshop which organizes social night rides every Thursday. What’s more to it is definitely the delightful brunchies that every cyclist dreams about.
A generous portion of sausages and bacon stripes together with baked beans and cherry tomatoes, sautéed mushrooms and flawless sunny side up is definitely all you need for a joyful ride. Their coffee menu is also a wonderful companion for the night owls and early risers.
Address: 36, Jalan Datuk Sulaiman, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 11pm
10. Jam & Kaya Café
Hidden in the corner of PJ Palms Sports Center is a lovely white house named Jam & Kaya. The combination of jam and kaya toast is Malaysian’s top breakfast choice, similar to this café when it comes to a pleasant brunch time with your besties. Any coffee shop’s dweller with an infinite love for minimal flatlay will fall in love with Jam & Kaya’s clean setting and nicely presented food.
The best breakfast in style is agreeably their fluffy pancakes with several serving options. Order the all-time favourite Salted Caramel Crunch or Farmer’s Pancake for the sweet and savoury boost throughout the day.
Address: No 1, Lorong Sultan, Petaling Jaya
Opening hours: Tue to Fri 10am to 7pm | Sat to Sun 9am to 6pm | Closed on Monday
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Coffee and brunch are indeed the best ways to celebrate weekends (or any other day). It might be just a short sojourn to some but the time spent in a café can be the most inspiring moments to others. Take the time to bring your loved ones for a brunch treat, or simply enjoy being alone and let your creativity go wild, either way we promise you will go home with the most memorable time to remember.
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