The coffee from Thirdwave have been widely touted by as being one of the best in KL. They decided to shake the F&B scene a little by introducing an interesting fusion of distinctive ingredients in their offerings – comfortably plotting their spot as one of the must-visit independent eateries in KL for the year.
The roses complimented the bright and spacious space wonderfully. Let’s not forget the nice use of ornaments that gave patrons a nice nudge that Christmas is near 🙂
Big Brekky (RM26) came in the form of two sunny side-up eggs, chicken bratwursts, homemade hash brown, mushrooms, rustic baked beans with tomato salsa.
Darling’s Egg 63 Celsius Eggs (RM22) came in the form of chicken salami, crispy polenta (corn), eggs that were poached at 63 Celsius. The dish was wonderfully complimented with their house made tomato and french rose sauce, I was definitely not disappointed.
Retro Scotch Egg (RM26) – The runny yolk was wrapped in chicken mince, accompanied by shredded beets, carrots and alfalfa sprouts on a bed of creamy cauliflower.
If you are interested to explore food that strives to push the envelope from the usual brunch offerings, this would be a great place to start. And yes, the coffee is good here 🙂
Unit 1-11, Level 1, Nexus, Bangsar South, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.