Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Antipodean Cafe

We reached Midvalley mall at 9.17am and were walking to Grand Harbour Restaurant to eat dim sum when we passed by Antipodean cafe and thought why not eat here instead. We have read so many good online reviews about Antipodean in BSC so now that they are here in Midvalley mall, we went for it.

Big breakfast - MYR20 - a slice of toast with butter, scrambled eggs, hash brown (potato), mushrooms, and bacon (it is either bacon or chicken/beef/pork sausage). We were deciding between this and All day breakfast which has all the above food items except for hash brown and mushrooms that are replaced by grilled tomatoes and baked beans. Mushrooms won over baked beans.

Scrambled eggs with salmon and toast - MYR20 - the portion of scrambled eggs is quite large so I took a while to finish it as I was full after eating half of it. Salad with balsamic vinegar on it tastes good.

Flat white - MYR9

Glasses of water are provided (foc) and the water is stored in glass bottles as shown in the above photo.

There is only one big menu for us to look at and decide on what to order. I find it quite difficult to read the white words on the huge board.

Store front

Limited seats are available so be prepared to wait for one.

We will be back to try the bacon, scrambled egg on croissant as this meal looked delicious when we saw the table beside ours having it.

Antipodean Cafe
Midvalley
Service Charge: 10%
Govt Tax: 6%
Total Bill: 56.85 (2 pax)

24 comments:

  1. Very substantial breakfast! If I ate like that, I probably can skip lunch.

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  2. Earmark this for my next trip back home..

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    1. Maybe better to go to BSC outlet.

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    2. What BSC? Gosh I'm so Jakun...

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    3. The main shop is in bangsar shopping centre.

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  3. That is a hearty meal, Mun! I think I won't be able to finish the portion... but I welcome the salad with balsamic vinegar.. I like that!

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    1. The scrambled egg is a lot - I think maybe 3 to 4 eggs there - difficult to finish.

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  4. Heard about this Antipodean cafe, macam very nice, next time wanna try la! =)

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    1. I also tried because read too many reviews about it.

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  5. Now this is the place I've seen many bloggers post about it and also one blogger mum who always bring her family there but I have yet to try it.. Coz seldom go MV.. The last time we went to MV, we went to Coliseum instead..

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    1. I know who you are talking about but she goes to the main outlet at bsc. Hope that you will blog about coliseum.

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  6. BB only RM20 is cheaper than Plan B. Don't mind going for that once in a while. Expensive...and one can have just so much of western, nice but not all the time...and all that preserved meat - ham, bacon, sausages. Nice!!! I likey mucho...but must control lah. Everything in moderation. Hehehehehehe!!!!!

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    1. I have not eaten at plan b. This is a once a month food.

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  7. That was my kind of breakfast. Didnt notice this cafe when in Mid Valley when I were there.

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    1. It just opened a few months ago. And it is located in the same row as maybank.

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  8. I support your choice of mushrooms over baked beans... the latter just need to open can. :p

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    1. They should just give both. :)

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  9. Heard TM said good things about this place. I have yet to go

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    1. Many people said good things. That's why I went.

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  10. Yea...heard lots of good reviews but never been there too. BSC one always full house.

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    1. Is it? I have never tried going to the BSC outlet because I seldom go to Bangsar.

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