The café’s simple and straightforward interior reflects clearly the kind of western fare it serves. Conveniently located on the main road of Tanjung Bungah and right across Dalat International School, they are open from 8am daily.
Here, breakfast such as a fry-up, simple croissant sandwiches and good old eggs and toast, is served till 2pm, after which their sweet and savoury waffles menu takes over. Pasta dishes are available from 11am and a dinner menu such as grilled meats and salmon starts at 6pm.
A cup of Baa Baa's milky latte
Their big breakfast at RM14.90+ consists of hash browns, a jumbo chicken sausage, slices of bacon, baked beans, toast, scrambled eggs and sautéed mushrooms and is a nice change from the local breakfast that is about the only thing available around the area at 8am, especially on a Sunday.
There’s nothing complex or possessing of wow-factor about their flavours. However, it’s comforting and familiar. Much like the coffee they serve. A cup of milky latte at RM9.90+ fits the bill of milk and a measure of espresso, and it’ll do just fine for a midday cuppa. For those not too keen on caffeine, there are coffee-free drinks such as green tea latte, chocolate drink, teas and a variety of fruity smoothies as well from RM7.90+.
Simple and spacious al fresco dining area of the cafe
Their al fresco area is comfortably spacious and service is both efficient and friendly, plus their food is reasonably priced with dinner meals starting at RM15.90+ and pasta from RM12.90+. Kitty Kaye