Planning to cafe hop with your besties this weekend? If you’re looking for a cafe which serves tasty local and Western meals that doesn’t break the bank, Banglo 289 is the place to be!
Located just a stone’s throw from Jalan Raja Chulan, this recently-opened bungalow restaurant is the perfect brunch venue— huge tranquil spaces surrounded by lush greenery and beautiful Malaysian-themed murals such as ayam kampung, burung merak to stylish ladies clad in sunglasses. Yes, I know what you’re thinking— it’s perfect for the ‘gram!
Banglo 289 offers a beautiful harmony of Malaysian and Western brunch fare. From usual brunch favourites such as Chulan Eggs Benedict (RM12) and Banglo 289 Breakfast (RM20) to Malaysian delights like Ubi Kayu Rebus (RM6) and Lempeng Pisang (RM5.50), diners have a wide range of choices.
If you’re planning to visit for lunch, they have an assortment of Masak Lemak, Salai and Goreng Berempah set lunches. Each set lunch at Banglo 289 comes with rice and ulam and start at the very affordable price of RM6. One other thing to note— the food is almost made from scratch daily.
How can one end brunch without having something sweet? Don’t miss out on the highly-recommended Tapai Ice Cream (RM4) which is especially perfect for a hot day. Gorgeous green surroundings and traditional local delights at reasonable prices— how could this possibly get any better?
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