Klang Valley: Western-Style Breakfast At Antipodean, Bangsar
Klang Valley: Western-Style Breakfast At Antipodean, Bangsar – If you are looking for some western-style big breakfast set, or some croissant with scrambled egg, french toast and more, then Antipodean Cafe at Bangsar is the place for you. Some say it’s very good, some has gave me some unfavourable comment and how about me? Let’s check it out down below.
Antipodean Cafe is a well-established cafe in Jakarta and it came to Malaysia 2 years ago. Situating near the Bangsar Village Mall, the cafe gets really crowded during the weekends and it took about 20 minutes for us to get a seat inside during lunch time. The place is small and very cramp. Interestingly, there’s no menu, as in physical menu, it’s all written on the huge blackboard and pick it from there. Service was quite good actually as the staff was like keep updating us about the availability of seat when we were waiting out there.
Mango Lassi was good!
So food! Big Breakfast, Croissant Scrambled Egg with Bacon & Vietnamese Fried Beef Noodle were what’s on our table that morning! The food presentation do look really good and the portion is quite big. Mine was the Big Breakfast but then it somehow seems ‘too-western’ for me because the scrambled egg was rather tasteless. The mushroom tasted special, something that I haven’t came across before, and I kinda like it.
Croissant With Scrambled Egg and Sausage.
Vietnamese Beef Noodle.
Vietnamese Beef Noodle feels like char koay teow, but a sourish version. Quite interesting but not my type! Croissant was just croissant to me, you know, quite standard and the side dish like scrambled egg and sausage are just the same.
Well, I would just have to comment it’s something in between good and bad, might be I have an oriental taste bud, and it might be good for your western taste bud, perhaps?
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