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BreadFruits – fresh, delicious brunch and breakfast in Desa Sri Hartamas.

I had seen a couple of people posted about this place on Instagram and couldn’t help but be intrigued. Located in Desa Sri Hartamas, it’s 10 minutes drive from home which is a great plus for us. Upon entering the premise, we noticed that the place offered fresh fruits too.

# – Was raining, so I couldn’t take a better picture of the restaurant front.

Going through pictures of food served at BreadFruits on Instagram, especially of the antipasto platter (a set of cured hams, cheeses, bread, soft boiled eggs etc) really had me thinking about eating at BreadFruits for days.

Alas, when we’re finally there, it dawned on hubs that I couldn’t eat either cured meat or soft cheeses due to my state of pregnancy, FML. What to do? Had to order different stuff lor….

We were there at an odd time, around 4pm so the restaurant was not that packed but they were never short of visitors. Mostly people coming in for fresh juices and fruits.

# – Inside of BreadFruits.

# – The menu cover.

Since I couldn’t eat the antipasto set, I decided on a “Roasted Banana Bacon French Toast with Passion Wild Honey”.

# – Tell me this doesn’t make you want to eat the eff out of it.

The sweet and savoury combo was spot-on. The bananas were perfectly caramelised and the back bacon was cooked just right. Toasted almond flakes provided a nice crunch. The pot of wild honey infused with passion fruit that came with tied everything together splendidly.

My only complaint is that there wasn’t more of the bananas and bacons as the rye bread french toasts were quite big, I had to be quite diligent with making sure that every bite of french toast came with some banana and bacon :)

That being said, calling it a complaint is a gross overstatement!

Hubs ordered a “Satisfry Up”, which is BreadFruits’s version of a big breakfast. It’s pretty customisable and comes with tea/coffee and a glass of fresh juice, good value!

# – Real sausage and bacon with perfectly whipped up scrambled eggs. Hubs was really pleased that it’s served with a side of salad too.

As for drinks, they have a large variety of healthy juices to choose from – I picked “Liver Cleanser” made out of beetroot, celery, carrot and orange.

I was impressed it came in a pint glass with not a single cube of ice – pure unadulterated juice happiness!

# – My blood-red liver cleanser with hub’s juice of the day that came with his big breakfast (think it must be melon-based juice, we couldn’t tell but it was niceeee).

Hubs had both a cappuccino and a latte, which he said were good.

# – The latte.

We couldn’t leave without ordering desserts, as the dessert display was calling out to us the entire time….

# – Angels sing.

We settled on beetroot seed cake and a lemon meringue pie. The beetroot cake was moist and full of texture. It tasted like a very good carrot cake, minus the frosting.

Hubs especially enjoyed the lemon meringue pie though I would much prefer a thicker lemon curd filling. It’s a good pie nevertheless with nice short crust pastry.

# – Healthy but tasty beetroot seed cake.

# – Lemon meringue pie.

So will we go back? Hell yes.

In fact we toyed with the idea of staying till dinner time so we could try out the delicious looking pastas and spanish egg bake but we didn’t lah. That would just be weird.

They also serve a house specialty – a 7 minute slow cooked soft boiled organic egg which I really, really, really want to try.

So finally! A place that serves delicious and healthy meals without demonising bacons! Last but not least, the prices are pretty reasonable with the most expensive things ranging mostly in the higher RM20s.

BreadFruits
17, Jalan 26/70a,
Desa Sri Hartamas,
50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tel: 03-6201 0090
Hours: Mon – Sun, 08:30 – 21:00
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/BreadFruits/


4 Responses to BreadFruits – fresh, delicious brunch and breakfast in Desa Sri Hartamas.

  1. unkaleong April 28, 2014 at 11:28 am #

    I’d lick the eff of the plates clean as well…

    A lot of friends have been posting pics of this place and now that you have written about it, I’m going real soon :)

    • Kimberlycun April 28, 2014 at 4:57 pm #

      Let me know what you think! We’re planning another visit soon hehe

  2. David April 28, 2014 at 6:49 pm #

    Kimbery,

    Your food pics and descriptions made me hungry. Looking at the photos the portion sizes look about right. The protien portion should be no larger than a deck of cards and take a quarter of the plate or slightly less. The fruit portion is okay if you have one or two more servings of fruit later in the day. The carb portion is about right or just a little over what would be considered the healthy amount.

    My wife and I visited a nutrtionist a few weeks ago and learned a great deal about balancing portion sizes and getting the amounts of protien, simple & complex carbs, fruits and veggies sorted out. Simply put, protien portion should alwasy be the smallest portion, veggies can be upto half the portion one eats, fruits usually fit in as snacks or as supplements to veggies.
    Breads should be whole single grain or multi grain an no larger than what your plate showed.

    Eggs work as protien source. 3 to 5 eggs per week is recommended and not all should be fried. Hard boiled eggs can be healthier than fried.

    Looking forward to the next happy picture of the new mom!

  3. ShaolinTiger April 29, 2014 at 10:48 pm #

    Healthy and delicious, I’d definitely like to go back again.

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