Brunch In Kuala Lumpur: Best Spots For Breakfast And Lunch

Are you looking for an affordable brunch in KL? I understand not all spots in Kuala Lumpur are affordable and enjoyable. Hence, it is very hard for people to get the best places to get brunch in KL. Regardless, I think I will point out some things that make the restaurants the best to get brunch in KL.

Kuala Lumpur is a big city in Malaysia and has many kinds of places to enjoy and can be explored. Many citizens and including tourists love to walk and wander around Kuala Lumpur as there are many things to be enjoyed and offered. From a recreational park to the most luxurious dinner in the sky. Besides, Kuala Lumpur also consists of many best restaurants for you to grab your brunch, especially on the weekends. But how can we determine if a restaurant is the best place to have brunch in Malaysia?

Let’s start with the brunch places in KL. 

What Makes A Restaurant Be The Best Place To Have Brunch In Kuala Lumpur

The Food And Beverages

For someone who owns a restaurant should know how important it is to take care of the quality of their food and beverages. On top of that, coming up with the food and beverages to offer to your customers is also important. For example, if you look at the Brasserie St Regis KL menu, you would notice that they have many tasty dishes. Many customers would normally check the variety on any restaurant’s menu before deciding to have brunch in Malaysia. 

The Ambience

Another thing that makes a restaurant a good place for Sunday brunch in KL is the ambiance. For example, when you are having brunch in Kuala Lumpur, it’s nice to be surrounded by nature with calming music background. Besides, Kuala Lumpur is a big city with skyscrapers and we’re surrounded by many vehicles as well. Therefore, to be able to sit in a place that distracts us from all the noises and chaotic sounds from the city is very much helpful. 

The Interior

Most of the restaurants in Kuala Lumpur these days, are very particular about the interior. This is good because many customers nowadays love a good interior restaurant that helps them to enjoy the whole experience of having brunch. If you have been into places for the best brunch in KL 2020, you would understand what I’m currently talking about. Ever since cafes and Instagram-worthy restaurants started, they set up a standard of how to attract more people to their places. Hence, if the interior doesn’t suit the theme of a restaurant, it can ruin the whole experience for the customers as well. 

The Reviews

The last thing to consider whether you should go to a restaurant to have brunch in Kuala Lumpur is the review. Reviews from customers are very helpful for new people who have never been to any of the restaurants before. These reviews can be seen on Google, from the website, and comments on the restaurant’s social media. From these reviews, you can expect the services, food quality, and the whole experience from people who have been there. If the reviews are bad, you can immediately cut them off from your considerations and have your brunch elsewhere. 

Next, I would like to share some of the best places to get brunch in KL, including affordable brunch. 

1) Pickle & Fig

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Address: 26, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur.

Contact Number: +6 03 2858 9960

Email: [email protected] 

Website: Pickle & Fig

Instagram: Pickleandfig

2) Yeast Bistronomy 

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Email: [email protected] 

Website: Yeast Bistronomy

Instagram: Yeastbistronomy

Yeast Bangsar

Operating Hours: 

Monday thru Sunday (8:00am – 9:00pm)

*Kitchen closes at 10:30 pm on Friday & Saturday evening

Address: 24G Jalan Telawi 2 Bangsar 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 

Contact Number: +6 03 2282 0118

Yeast TTDI

Operating Hours: 

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday (8:00am – 9:00pm)

Friday, Saturday & Sunday (8:00am – 10:00pm) 

Contact Number: +6 03 7732 4888

3) Pokok.KL 

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Contact Number: +6 017 877 9248 / +6 012 221 3728 / +03 8408 1811

Email: [email protected] 

Website: Pokok KL

Instagram: pokok.kl

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday (10:00am – 8:00pm) *last orders at 7:30pm 

Address: MAHSA Avenue 3.1180165, 101.6496506

4) Wizards at Tribeca

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Contact Number: +6 03 2715 5308

Email: [email protected] 

Website: Wizards At Tribeca 

Instagram: Wizardsatttribeca

Address: 215, Jalan Imbi, Imbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday (10:00am – 6:00pm) 

5) Kopenhagen Coffee

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Email: [email protected] 

Website: Kopenhagen Coffee

Instagram: kopenhagencoffee

Kopenhagen Coffee Mont Kiara

Operating Hours: 

Monday to Friday (7:00am – 4:00pm)

Weekends & Public Holidays (8:00am – 5:00pm)

Contact Number: +03 6211 6363

Address: Vista Kiara, Jalan Kiara 3, Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 

Kopenhagen Coffee Bangsar

Operating Hours:

Monday to Sunday (7:30am – 4:30pm) 

Contact Number: +03 2201 8019

Address: L1-05 The Hub, KL Eco City, Pantai Baru, Jalan Bangsar, Malaysia. 

Therefore, whether you are looking an affordable brunch, or “Sunday brunch KL”, you can immediately choose from all these suggestions and recommendations. Regardless of your location, these places are very near and reachable, especially if you’re looking for brunch Ampang. For more information, you can check out their website, or call them to make your reservation. After you have enjoyed your brunch at any of these places, you get the best cheesecakes around you for dessert. Let me know what you think. 

Cheers!

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) Regarding Brunch (Breakfast and Lunch)

How do we know it is a brunch?

We call it a brunch when the meal or food is served from the late morning to early afternoon. In simpler words then, when you eat brunch instead of breakfast and lunch.

Who started this ‘brunch’ term?

This term was invented by an English writer named; Guy Beringer. He wanted a new meal served around noon that will be started with tea or coffee and another breakfast menu before he moved along to the heavier fare.

What is the perfect time for a brunch?

It should not have been too accurate. Somehow, it is believed to start at 11:00am to 4:00pm, if it is before 11:00am, that is breakfast.


Is it easy to find food for brunch in KL?

Absolutely! KL is known as a small city that has almost everything that you are looking for, plus it is a never die city where you can easily get food after midnight, they say no more for brunch!

Is it okay to skip breakfast and only have brunch for a long time period?

It is okay if it is something healthy and nutritious. However, it should not be a habit.

Nur Aimie Farhana binti Ahmad Tarmizie
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