Saturday, 22 October 2011

Breakfast at Mosaic, Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia




















Mosaic, all day dining restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental, works with just the same philosophy for breakfast as it does for dinner - focus on quality rather than quantity. While offering both local and international breakfast delights such as Chinese, Indian, Western, European and Japanese cuisine the selections are perhaps not as wide as you might find in some 5 star hotels around the city.  The difference though is smaller offerings mean more focus is put into the standard of each dish. What will keep me coming back for breaky are: the egg station - eggs done to your liking - I could even get my vege egg white omelette made with just a spray of oil and pan fried mushrooms on the side; crusty wholemeal bread; crunchy chef's granola; an assortment of fresh, dried and compoted fruits; bottomless cups of coffee and a rockin' bakery section - ask the cook in the centre of the goodies to whip you up some hot French toast and top it with the mixed berry compote - yum! My dining buddy, who balances out my healthy taste buds, devoured chicken sausages filled with cheese, tender flavourful steaks off the grill, scrambled eggs, some local meat dishes (in particular the well seasoned, juicy chicken from the Indian bar), and steamy dim sum. The modest medley of dim sum is worth a mention as it was enough to whet my appetite to make a reservation for the dim sum restaurant located upstairs for next weekend. If you enjoy people watching and the green KLCC park view it's wise to reserve a window table in advance as this place quickly fills up on the weekend (so much so on my visit that the lobby area was opened up to cater for the large number of patrons).

Mosaic
Ground Floor
Mandarin Oriental
Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
+6 03 2179 8881
mokul-mosaic@mohg.com
www.mandarinoriental.com


6 comments:

  1. still quite a whopping breakfast, at any rate! i'd be tempted to head home & sleep off the food after that, heh :D

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  2. Sean that sounds like a wonderful way to spend a Sunday :-)

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  3. I like the look of the honeycomb

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  4. I'm waiting to know if you went to the dim sum place...

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  5. Now I have to go back to try their breakfast too.

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  6. The pastry looks delicous...

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