The 50 best spots for lunch in Kuala Lumpur

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The 50 best spots for lunch in Kuala Lumpur

Discovered this establishment after spending weeks looking through restaurant lists. Based on the good things I've read, ultimately chose them for my parent's anniversary dinner. Contacted the restaurant manager, who was very nice and helpful, to make the reservation. They do offer a course meal, but we decided to give their seasonal menu a try instead. Overall, we had an amazing dining experience at Bref! We were greeted by the manager himself and was brought to our private dining area by one of the waiters. The level of service we received was incredible, the waiters were always checking up on us, cleaning our tables after every dish, and filling up our drinks. As for the food, we absolutely loved the spreads that came with the complementary bread basket. A medley of onion jam, artichoke spinach spread topped with sun-dried tomatoes, gave us the perfect savoury start to our meal. For appetisers we had the Italian Burrata and Panache of Zucchini, both were amazingly light and refreshing, especially the Zucchini! The combination of the mint pistou and smoked yoghurt gave it a fresh, zesty and delicate taste. Personally, the mains that stole the show were the Black Angus Tenderloin and Cherry Valley Duck Breast. Both were exquisite in their own right. The steak was seared to perfection, making it juicy and succulent with every bite packed with rich and savoury taste that tantalises your palate. It was served on a bed of truffle celeriac cream that just elevated the dish, the truffle wasn't overpowering too. As for the duck, it was my personal favourite of the night, it was tender and just exquisite. Served with roasted duck bone jus, every bite offered a juicy, sophisticated and refined taste, making it a luxurious dining experience. Not a fan of fish, but I loved the Seabream as well! It was more zesty and lighter compared to the other two, but delicious nonetheless! We had the signature chocolate dome for dessert, and for lack of a better word, it was probably the most decadent and rich chocolate dessert that we've ever had, and yet it was not over-powering! The non-dairy chocolate ice cream with 60% cacao chocolate was definitely the highlight for me, it was velvety, intense and yet bittersweet. We had the meal with a bottle of the sparkling Merlot grape juice, for those looking for the "wine and dine" feeling but can't drink alcohol, it's recommended! All-in-all, we had an amazing dining experience and would definitely return in the future! We were told the menu was about to be revamped, so definitely looking forward to the new menu!


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