Fancy Breakfast Club

Restaurants, Cafés, Pork Free Bangsar
 (Photo: Hizwan Hamid)
Photo: Hizwan Hamid
 (Photo: Hizwan Hamid)
Photo: Hizwan Hamid
 (Photo: Hizwan Hamid)
Photo: Hizwan Hamid
 (Photo: Hizwan Hamid)
Photo: Hizwan Hamid
 (Photo: Hizwan Hamid)
Photo: Hizwan Hamid

Time Out says

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If you’ve spotted the posters stuck in the alleys of Telawi, KL’s guerrilla dining purveyors now have a new home – albeit in a more conventional upstairs lot on Jalan Telawi (to be precise, where Bazarro used to be). While Fancy Breakfast Club previously operated as a sort of underground weekend brunch club, a physical outlet means you can waltz in on a weekday morning for a big breakfast without a reservation.

The team at this reincarnated version of Fancy Breakfast Club is a mix of the old and the new: drinks guy Faris Chen still experiments with coffee and beverages, the design touches of stylist-and-florist extraordinaire Aida Azwar are evident in the new space, but the kitchen is where things are slightly different. The kitchen at Fancy Breakfast Club 3.0 is helmed by the all-new new team of Chef Zam and Umar Hariz, who will be designing different menus every other month.

For now, the weekday breakfast (RM40) from 8am to 12noon comes with your choice of main (choose from turkey club sandwich, Pink Mushroom Benedict and streaky beef potato rosti among many more), a side dish of the day (we had roasted vegetables, fresh fruits and a coffee cake) with juice, and refillable tea or coffee. Dishes are also available à la carte for RM25 each. Fancy Breakfast Club still host their weekend brunches from 11am to 2pm at RM65 per pax (more props! A buffet counter!), but you'll need to book your spot in advance. 

By: Joyce Koh



Address: 6-1
Jalan Telawi 2
Bangsar Baru
Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: Tue-Fri, 8am-12noon; Sat-Sun, 11am-2pm by reservation only
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