Brunch will forever be a hotly debated topic, particularly like these days?
Is there anything better on a Saturday & Sunday afternoon than a cup of black coffee or even a spicy Bloody Mary and some simple — but delicious — bacon and eggs? Didn’t think so. Brunch is the weekend’s saving grace. It doesn’t happen too early & it’s a social event almost everyone enjoys! We we love brunch & it offers just the right amount of indulgence. Where’s your go-to weekend spots?
Very often, the perfect brunch experience gets messed up by long lines, watered-down mimosas and substandard eggs. Ugh. But don’t despair, dear “bruncher”: for classic yet stylish dishes and good drinks without long lines, affordable-reasonable-cafe-priced menu with a 5-star ambiance, this is where you should be brunching.
Graze @ Hilton Kuala Lumpur
Graze is like our brunch dream come true place. Whether you’re looking for something ritzy or affordable, creative or straightforward, this place has got you covered. Graze changes their brunch menu every 2-3 months, and we were delighted to check out some of their new items!
Available every Saturday and Sunday
From 9am to 3.30pm
Parking is FREE for patrons who dine in
Iced Latte – RM12
Cappuccino – RM12
Kick start your brunch with some homemade breads and pastries of your choice!
All of them are so flaky & buttery!
Homemade Fruit Flavoured Yogurt (choice of mixed berries, mango or passion fruit) – RM 20
I love the slightly sour taste it has topped with some fresh berries that has fresh and tangy flavour.
Caprese Salad, Tomatoes and Mozzarella, Fresh Basil, Aged Balsamic – RM 30
This traditional Caprese salad shines in the simplicity of the ingredients.
Sautéed tiger prawns, two Onsen style poached eggs in glass, extra virgin olive oil, mixed cress, multigrain bread stick – RM 30
Love this onsen eggs! The white has the texture of a really delicate custard while the yolk comes out firm. The addition of prawns and mushrooms lend an extra chewy texture which was hard to forget. So good!
Ratatouille, fresh basil, single poached egg, parmesan on sourdough toast – RM 20
A must-order on their new menu, you’ll never regret it as their version never delivered anything less than stellar results for me. Large chunks of tender vegetables, impregnated with the ripe flavours. Juicy, but not watery, and with a rich savoriness that tastes so sinful when added with the poached eggs and cheese.
Pan Fried Salmon and Snapper Fish Cake, served with Tartar Sauce – RM 40
Each ingredient adds a distinct taste and texture. The exterior is a little crispy while the retaining its soft and juicy center.
Grilled Black Angus Sirloin Steak 120g, Bearnaise Sauce – RM 58
The high heat of grilling sears the surface of beef, creating tender meat with a flavorful crust. And the roasted garlic was surely addictive!
Grilled Black Angus Fillet Mignon 100g, sunny side up fried egg – RM 68
A crowd pleasing tender and succulent cut! This Black Angus Filet Mignon is a barrel cut from the center of the tenderloin and best enjoyed grilled like this one!
Roasted Potatoes that we ordered for Mini C 🙂
Decadent Valrhona Chocolate Soufflés – RM 30
The best chocolate soufflé I’ve ever had! This is serious. Light, airy, and delightfully rich, it rises up very nicely too. Flavourful chocolate souffle, as we cut open the center it has this molten chocolate sauce. So sinful yet heavenly!
Hot pancakes, pear and berry compote, ice cream – RM 25
These pancakes has the airy texture of soufflés and meringues with a cloud-like consistency. Very nice
French Toast, seasonal fruits, maple syrup, creme anglaise – RM 25
The best-looking French Toast I’ve seen by far, it tasted delicious too. Definitely a piece of art by assembling all the fruits together on the toast. Very insta-worthy too!
For those who would love to have some booze to pair with the brunch menu, you could order their refreshing Cocktails and Sparkling too!
Don’t waste a precious weekend meal on a brunch dud — remember to put Graze on your list!
Full Weekend Brunch Menu here: https://goo.gl/7Owh48