A plethora of breads, muffins, croissants, doughnuts, fruits – fresh, dried, canned, curries, flatbreads, pancakes, waffles, fresh juices, packaged juices, coffee, tea. Dumplings and noodles, even.
And their hours are pretty spread out for breakfast, so you could make a brunch out of it if you’d like. They also do buffet lunches and buffet dinners.
Tea tarik was a first for me here, pulled black tea, with condensed or evaporated milk. It was perfect everything for me – sweetness, thickness and the flavours. Much like Indian chai.
Roti (of roti canai) were made fresh to order. Some juices were pressed fresh to order.
With their indoor and outdoor seating, you can take your pick. Outdoor seating was quite beautiful, with views similar from the Planters Lounge, only from a lower level.