Good Food Matters

As the saying goes a good day start with good breakfast! Our next destination brings us to a new cafe suggested by my sister to bring my big aunt (a lady with sophisticated palate) and my grandma to Breakfast Thieves in Bangsar. Let the review begin!

Mr. Terry Benedict

I have to say using fried lotus slice to replace chips is a creative endeavor. Overall it is quite a standard egg benedict. However there is slight disappointment as one of the egg yolk has turned hard boiled instead of runny yolk.

Price: 6/10
Taste: 5.5/10
Summary: Your usual egg benedict

Siamese Geisha

I have to admit the presentation at this cafe is better than the rest I have been so far. The concept of marrying udon with tomyum is creative but I personally feel they place too much ingredients and make the fusion dish lost its identity. A tomyum flavor profile dish should emphasize on spicy and sour. For instance they added generous amount of tauge (sweet in nature) plus the umami flavor of the seafood has interrupted the soup base especially the soup is mild. You can add on RM5 for Karage Chicken which taste quite well.

Price: 4/10
Taste: 4/10
Summary: n/a

Return of Uncle Foo

The name of this dish reflects the return of something legendary which correlates exactly on the taste. Both the potato and sweet potato fries are well seasoned and cooked perfectly. Their mayonaise is smooth and rich in flavor which I can rarely find outside. The bun is soft coupled with perfectly fried soft shell crab make this dish a thumbs up.

Price: 6/10
Taste: 8/10
Summary: Go for it.