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Sunday Western Breakfast At Breda Cafe, Ipoh

IT'S A BEAUTIFUL SUNDAY!  '

Ipoh is in orange zone now... for the next few days, it might go back to green safe zone if it continues to have zero cases.  Yay!!  Perak now is under Recovery Movement Control Order, we can move about inter-district but not inter-state as yet.  Pray that the whole Malaysia will be "recovered" too!

The night before, I was planning for today's breakfast and I googled for "healthy breakfast cafes"" in Ipoh.  A few popped up on my handphone and after reading the reviews etc etc, I settled for Breda Cafe.  The images are very enticing... and they turn out to be real when we went there this morning around 10am.  

The place can accommodate 30 people max and by the time we went in, there were only two tables-for-two left.  Wow, the food here must be good!  Had a hard time choosing what to eat... I settled for the Toasted Avocado Breakfast.... 

This is my order... RM21
Generous with the fillings... 
Avacado on toasted sourdough...
Topped with spinach, mushrooms and two poached eggs nicely done... 
And some salad at the side.... 
This set cost RM28...
Comes with a free drink... 
I like the cat spoon.... 
However my friend was quite disappointed....
The eggs are broken... unlike mine, very nicely done...
Not so impressive...
It is called Soul in a Bowl...
Back bacon, greens, wedges and eggs all in one bowl...
Total cost of our breakfast RM49.....
At this time of writing, it is 3.20pm
And I am still very full... 
I think it will last me throughout the day!
LOL... 

Comments

  1. I like your breakfast and your friend's, barring the broken egg it seems like quite nice too. I think I will be hungry a few hours later after eating like that. LOL!

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  2. Beautiful poached eggs!!! Your friend's broke? I would ask them to talk it back and do it again! These places aren't cheap, I'm sure. Cannot settle for less. Ummmm....no Hollandaise sauce?

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  3. Same as PH, I will be hungry after a while eating like this, lol! Egg and avocado are my favourites!

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  4. The cat spoon is so cute, interesting and practical with the cat's hands holding the spoon.

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  5. Ah, I must choose a dish here without poached eggs. Looks good. What is in the dish your friend ordered?

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  6. Yours looks just lovely! But they clearly need to work on their quality control!

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  7. I would say that the poached eggs were perfectly done. Wow! :D

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  8. I think I have been there once and I too like their food. Nice place with good food.

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