Breakfast At Heart

Talking about the most important meal of the day always leave me drooling because I don’t always treat myself to a good sit down breakfast even when I have time.

Nothing wrong with McDonald’s or KFC’s breakfast, I love them both but when comes to a treat, the craving usually points towards a full English Breakfast where I have a full plate of baked beans, hash browns, bacon, toast, scrambled eggs and sautéed potato or mushroom.

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So when I choose to go for breakfast, one of the rare times it is due to my stay in hotels that accompanied with breakfast but most of the time, it is because I end up in an all day breakfast place. And… I simply love having breakfast even for dinner! Here are my personal favourites, a must visit if you are in town!

Wild Honey Singapore
I just love the restaurant and I was actually there for their opening! Imagine getting scrambled eggs when I missed my McDonald’s strict timing of 11am. This place is where I will treat myself to a good Sunday brunch once a month. It is a tad pricey but the service is quick and good, sometimes you do need to queue for a table. The food is superb and mouth watering as they served a lot of different countries’ breakfast. The toast is soft, the scrambled egg is runny but the highlight of their breakfast plate is their sautéed potato.

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Website: http://wildhoney.com.sg/

Location: 333A Orchard Road #03-02 and 6 Scotts Square #03-01

Check Café Taipei
I stumbled this find with my family when we were on a holiday in Taipei a while ago. The atmosphere of the café is clean and bright with a lot of natural lights seeping in through their huge glass pane designs. Their English breakfast simple and light, the best part on their plate is the freshness and sweetness of the cherry tomatoes. I couldn’t get enough of it, given that I usually don’t eat cherry tomatoes. A definitely a must go if you want to start your day right in Taipei.

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Website: http://www.checkinn.com.tw/EN/cafe/

Location: 253 Songjiang Rd. Taipei, Taiwan, 104

Mr Pancake House, Shanghai
What breakfast is completed without pancakes, no doubt it might not be the original English Breakfast but they do serve a mean pancake. Mr Pancake House is the place to go to for a solid but classy American breakfast. Their pancakes are light and fluffy. The best part is that they are not stingy with their portion, I always never get to finish the full plate!

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Location: 877 Wuding Lu, near Jiaozhou Lu 武定路877号, 近胶州路

Acme South, Kuala Lumpur
This place is the only halal place out of the above restaurants and this means they don’t serve pork. However, you don’t really miss out anything at all since they will let you choose between having the beef bacon or the chicken sausages. Their service is impeccable and I always leave a tip. The best item on their plate is that their scrambled eggs just melt in your mouth and their toasts are still warm from the oven. Worth the calories, I tell you!

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Website: http://acmebarcoffee.com/acme-south/

Location: LG10 Bangsar Village One


Writer’s Profile

Kally

Kally is a former Sales and Customer Service manager turned Writer and Founder of MiddleMe.net. She came from Singapore; lived in Shanghai and now calls Kuala Lumpur her home. After hanging up her corporate briefcase, she now pursue her passions – Writing, Traveling and of course, hunting for good food

Connect with me @ Kally@ladyredot.com

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