Breakfast Thieves Have you ever ate foods from the thieves before? Yes, Thieves, you never hear it wrongly.

We are all thieves when comes to fine foods!

The Breakfast Thieves located in APW Bangsar is the twin sister of the original Breakfast thieves neighborhood café – which is housed in the remains of an old chocolate factory in Fitzory, Melbourne, Australia, an award winning brunch café.

The Australian based café offers the finest Australian meals, the best recipe stolen from their sister’s café in Australia.

Below are a few special meal highlights that you couldn’t get it any where else:

The Breakfast Chain

Leprechaun

The Breakfast Chain (RM 28 – a Vegetarian Meal) served with berry compote yogurt with homemade granola; a pot of lemon infused banoffe and strawberry crumble & side of soft-boiled eggs with cheddar soldiers.

Leprechaun (RM 25 – a Vegetarian Meal) served with crisp sweet corn & zuchini fritters with beetroot puree, cauliflower mousse, buttered corn, honey-confit carrot and poached eggs

Senor Anthony Bandolero

Senor Anthony Bandolero (RM 31) served with pantai remis, panko-crumbed Perak tiger prawns with cream of salted egg yolk, open omelette, grilled corn curb, side of tortilla, green papaya, carrot and dried shrimp salad.

The Breakfast Thieves provides a nice relaxing environment for everyone, where friends chat over brunch, business lunches are conducted, families father and coffee enthusiast get their daily fix.

All it takes is a quick glance, a glorious scent and a moment of craving before your mouth waters and you find yourself at Breakfast Thieves Kuala Lumpur.

For more information, visit http://www.breakfastthieves.com

Taeki's hobby is to write lifestyle pieces according to his own style. He loves foods and tech stuffs! If there is any foods or tech reviews, you can count Taeki in!

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