15 Brunch Spots In Klang Valley When You Can't Think Of Where To Go
If you don't wanna fight with the weekend crowd, check out this aesthetically-pleasing space tucked away in KLoé Hotel. Monroe is a restaurant and café with great music and a chill vibe that's perfect for girly outings, brunch dates, and hangouts with friends.
Set up in a beautiful space, the café offers a bubbly brunch option on weekends, but they do have an à la carte menu if you crave other dishes.
We were there recently to try out their bubbly brunch and here's how it went:
2. LaGula By The Hungry Tapir
Escape into this whimsical space that'll make you feel like you're on holiday in Bali.
Situated on the ground floor of Four Points Hotel by Sheraton is LaGula By The Hungry Tapir, a vegan/vegetarian restaurant offering colourful breakfast and brunch spreads.
They even offer vegan cocktails if you're in the mood for that kind of brunch. ;)
Aside from offering tasty plant-based meals, the café opens till pretty late with occasional DJs on deck for you to dance the night away.
3. Sundaze Coffee
If you're in Klang, Sundaze Coffee (previously known as Nom Nom Cafe) will satisfy your brekkie and coffee fix. With its colourful and brightly-lit interior, it'll instantly put you in a good mood, ready to take on the day.
The cheery, neighbourhood café offers hearty brunches, as well as a variety of rice bowls and pastas.
4. Tingkap Cafe
Not in the mood for Western food? Enter Tingkap in PJ Old Town, which serves dishes like nasi dagang, nasi kerabu, and nasi berlauk that's said to be brought in fresh from Kelantan every morning.
To match the cuisine, the interior of the café gives off a homey ambience with rattan chairs, and old school tiles and furniture, it's almost as if you're in a peaceful kampung home away from the city.
52, Jalan 1/14, Pj Old Town,
46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
8am - 5pm (Daily)
Closed on Monday.
Check out their Instagram.
5. Second Date patisserie
What's better than a first date? A second date, obviously (hehe, sorry I had to). Second Date patisserie is simply stunning with its vintage interior and exterior that resemble European cafés from the 1920s.
Their menu incorporates a variety of brunch and lunch options, with scrumptious pastries and desserts to satiate your taste buds.
6. almost human club
Much like its name and tagline, "51% human, 49% ugh", this café's goal is to help hustlers take a breather in the midst of their busy schedules.
Strategically located inside KL Eco City Mall, surrounded by offices, almost human club acts as a pitstop for those who always skip breakfast but shouldn't, need to recharge with a bite before that meeting, or need an escape from pesky bosses and colleagues.
7. Common Space
Located behind Berjaya Times Square is this charming restaurant and café that serves dishes from morning till night.
The soothing beige and white interior with brick walls are a welcoming sight if you're looking to get away from the busy street and city noise. With two floors available, there are plenty of seat options, indoors and outdoors, for you to enjoy a chat over pasta and coffee.
8. Spring Spring
Spring Spring is Taman Paramount's latest hotspot that offers rice bowls, coffee, and pastries.
There are also caudex and succulents for sale at a small section of the café, and several resident kitties roaming around for you to say hello to while you dine.
With two outlets in KL and PJ, Oomph offers meals from morning till night. You'll find an assortment of delectable pastries, breakfasts, pastas, salads, meatballs, and burgers — the list is endless.
The outlets are also spacious and welcoming, making it convenient for family brunches.
10. Solace Bukit Bintang
Opened in July, Solace offers an ambience that's exactly as its name describes — solace in the middle of the city.
Located in Bukit Bintang, this café has a cheery outdoor and indoor seating, with plenty of natural light streaming through its skylight roof.
The café is pet-friendly too, allowing you to bring your furry friend along on your brunch date.
11. Undisclosed Location
Fusing Mexican and Malaysian flavours, Undisclosed Location opens from 11am on weekends and lunchtime onwards on some weekdays, offering yummy breakfast tacos, a variety of nasi lemaks, toasts, and salads.
If you want to bring your pet along, just add a note upon reservation and the restaurant will set up a special spot for you and your buddy!
12. Flint Coffee & Roastery
Taking your in-laws for brunch or wanna impress your other half? Head to this sleek coffee bar, which doubles as a roastery.
They serve all-day brunches, like Hash And Eggs On Toast, Eggs Avo On Toast, various waffles, and pastas. For those who need their dose of Malaysian food, they have local specialties like Laksa Johore and Lontong Lodeh.
13. Cafe Superfluous
This delightful neighbourhood café tucked away in Taman Bukit Desa serves coffee, pastries, cakes, and sourdough bread.
But if you're in the mood for something heavier, they do mouthwatering pastas, as well as delicious rice bowls and sandwiches.
14. Chinta by Chinoz
Sometimes you're just not in the mood for Western dishes first thing in the morning — and that's okay! There's much to love about this cosy Malay eatery in Bangsar, which serves a variety of soulful dishes.
From mee rebus to nasi ulam utara, cakes, and kuih, this charming space is perfect for taking the people you love out for a treat.
24, Jalan Kemuja, Bangsar,
59000 Kuala Lumpur
10am - 9.30pm (Daily)
Check out their Instagram.
15. Flour, Fire & Stone
Getting a table at this huge brunch spot in Petaling Jaya may be a little tricky, as it has been packed ever since they opened.
Owned by Kenny Hills Group, Flour, Fire & Stone is popular for their wood-fired oven pizzas and pastas that are said to be served in generous portions to share.
As the place is pretty spacious, the restaurant is great for larger groups. Just take note of the potentially long waiting line!