Tuesday, 25 December 2012

Best Bubbly Brunches, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

It's no secret that The Yum List likes a good drop of wine or two. Funned up with the addition of bubbles, or an exotic twist in the form of sake, brunch in Kuala Lumpur is a diverting way to pass a Sunday. Here are The Yum List's pick of the Best Brunches in Kuala Lumpur for 2012. (in no particular order)

Most Theatrical Brunch

Best champagne brunches in KL, Shook! Sunday Brunch
Sunday Masquerades at Shook!
Sunday Masquerades, Shook! Starhill - Shook! wins hands down for the most theatrical brunch in the city. Staff are uniformed top to toe with colourful outfits, you can play dress up with masks and,  entertainment comes not only in the form of numerous live cooking stations representing cuisine from around the world but also street performers wandering the crowd. On top of an endless smorgasbord of beautifully presented food, table service and free flow champers, what more could brighten your Sunday?


Aussie Themed Brunch, Best Children's Play Area


Best Bubbly Brunches in KL, Best Sunday brunch, best champagne brunch
Sparkalite, InterContinental
Sparkalite, Serena Brasserie, InterContinental Kuala Lumpur - An Aussie themed buffet of booze and barbecue. Excellent children's play area and bright garden setting (viewed cooly through the floor to ceiling windows in sweet air conditioned comfort). Some special Aussie treats too such as lamingtons, not found elsewhere in the city.


'Funnest' Brunch

Best Bubbly Brunches in KL, Best Sunday brunch, best champagne brunch
Bubbalicious, Prego, Westin
Bubbalicious, Prego, Westin - For the true party creature, Prego has a lively ambience, endless supply of food, drinking songs, champagne slushies and, possibly the most comprehensive list of booze offered in a Sunday brunch in KL.

*** Please note: Westin is no longer offering their Bubbalicious Brunch. They have changed to a Branzo Brunch. Details here.

Authentic Italian, Homemade Everything

Best Bubbly Brunches in KL, Best Sunday brunch, best champagne brunch
Vineria IT, Bangsar Shopping Centre
Vineria IT, Bangsar Shopping Centre - A small selection of Italian goodies, prosecco, red and white wines enjoyed in the cool indoor chic ambience of the restaurant or on the outdoor terrace. With chef Max, food is guaranteed natural, no artificial colours or flavouring, definitely no MSG and everything is handmade in house. 


Unique Tapas Style Brunch

Best Bubbly Brunches in KL, Best Sunday brunch, best champagne brunch
DISH, Dua Annexe
Weekend Tapas Brunch, DISH, Dua Annexe - Chef Steve Allen whips up some non-traditional tapas (think eggs benedict, mini Black Angus beef burgers) that come out in an endless supply accompanied by beer, wine and sparkling.


Do It Yourself Brunch

Best Bubbly Brunches in KL, Best Sunday brunch, best champagne brunch
S.Wine, BIG, Publika
S.Wine, BIG, Publika - Make your own affordable bubbly brunch by purchasing imbibement of choice at Booze It (liquor store inside Ben's Independent Grocer's) and pay no corkage fee. Picture: thick slices of French toast with a creamy dollop of peanut butter, caramelized banana and apple smoked bacon drizzled with maple syrup with your favourite Sunday drop.



Most Affordable Sunday Bubbly Brunch

Amadeus Bistro, European, KL, Sunday Brunch, affordable
Free Flow Prosecco
Amadeus Bistro, KL Life Centre - The cheapest brunch we have found in town. A four course meal costs only RM35++ and two hours of free flow sparkling, red and white wine can be had for RM85++. Live music and, at times, even livelier guests make Amadeus a very relaxed and casual place to spend Sunday afternoon.


Japanese Sake Brunch

Best Bubbly Brunches in KL, Best Sunday brunch, best champagne brunch
Hanare, the Intermark
Hanare, Intermark - For a Japanese themed brunch, lubricated with chilled sake and beer, head to Hanare in the city centre. Seafood, handpicked and flown in daily from the famous Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo, means a fresh selection of sashimi and sushi await hungry diners.

The Yum List will be looking for more Sunday fun throughout 2013. Do let us know of your favourite places for brunch.

10 comments:

  1. I have only tried the brunch at Dish and S.Wine before. :)
    Merry Christmas! :)

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  2. it's amazing to imagine that just a couple of years ago, many of these brunches didn't exist in KL, and now we're wonderfully, happily spoiled for choice! :D

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  3. That shows I've not been to downtown in so long. >.<

    I didn't know KL has so many food outlets to choose from, would usually stick to the ones like Golden Phoenix and Sin Kee.

    Merry Xmas, Yum List!

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  4. It looks all so fun and bubbly! There's 2 out of your list that I have yet to check out. Shall put it into January 2013 Sunday adventure!

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  5. Looks good and what a bottle of Mumm. Merry Christmas.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  6. Great post, great food...but I'm staying off liquor though. :(

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  7. Lovely round up of bubblies & brunches! :)

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  8. Last month went to BKK n tried the Sunday Brunch at Viu in St Regis, KL need a lot of catch up if not ketchups XD

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  9. Last month went to BKK n tried the Sunday Brunch at Viu in St Regis, KL need a lot of catch up if not ketchups XD

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