A weekend doesn’t get any better than this.
A cool breezy morning, perfect for a stroll or in my case, a jog in the park, followed by a darn good brunch.
Yup, I’m easy to please 😉
Especially if you serve me these….
*Poke at ’em yolk and let it flow baby...*
Rich tangy Hollandaise sauce rained over fresh smoked salmon and orbs of wobbly perfectly done poached eggs.
The Eggs Benedict with Smoked Salmon@ RM12.50 is awesomely good.
We mopped the plate clean with the French Village bread, soaking up with the Hollandaise sauce and the lava of runny yolks…aaahhhhh… Lovely.
And here’s another shot, just to make sure that you know how freaking good this is ;p
Off to a good start, I eyed our order of The Stacked Breakfast (RM17.50 ) eagerly when it arrived.
We chose lamb sausage (other options includes chicken & beef) and scrambled eggs (over sunny side up and hard boiled) and was mighty pleased with our choice.
Juicy & meaty, the perfectly seasoned lamb sausage (not too salty, yeah!) and soft scrambled eggs (albeit a little plain tasting) really hit the spot.
The red beans was nicely stewed, soft, slightly mushy and sweet.
Fried at the perfect temperature, the gorgeous hash brown didn’t reek of grease & its outerior remained crispy all the way through our meal of 2 hours.
The highlight of the dish, for me, would be the beef brisket.
This is amazingly good, not fatty and yet both crispy & chewy. Definitely a better choice than a slice of fatty bacon.
Unka loved the mushrooms, done very minimalistic-ly (if there is such a word!), just with a dash of salt and sauteed in olive oil. Perfect to bring forth the earthy robust flavour of the funghi.
Hmmm… I’m positive that this was supposed to come with roast potatoes, but since the kitchen was busy that morning I didn’t press them for it.
Unka was hankering for the Meatballs Linguini the moment he saw it on the blackboard menu outside.
As it was a lunch item, we had to wait til it was 12pm before they could dish it out. Which was fine by us, as we heartily tucked away at our orders above.
It certainly didn’t disappoint.
The sharp tangy sauce assured us this ain’t the bottled kind. The sauce clung gently to the perfectly al dente linguini and packs a full fresh flavour to the pasta. With 4 bouncy meatballs; all tender and raw-ish inside, this was splendid.
(note: Unka was really thirsty after polishing it off, which leads him to suspect that they might have been a little heavy handed on the seasoning)
What is brekkie without coffee.. Cappuccino, RM7.50 for Unka.
A great place for a meal, serving quality ingredients at reasonable pricing with ample parking and little traffic; which makes for a nice CHILLAX experience. We are definitely coming back!
The Pink Sage
12 Jalan Dang Wangi
GF Wisma RA
50100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2693 6000
Closed on Mondays.
Operational hours: 7am to 10pm