Ever since I saw The Apartment when I first came to The Curve so many years ago, I have always wanted to try this place but it looks a bit expensive. Today I discovered they have great brunch sets for only RM 11.90 for a big breakfast and it comes together with 1 glass of cold orange juice which was not overly sweet and coffee/tea. The good thing about the coffee is that it is Lavazza Coffee and not those normal every day Nescafe. It was also not bitter like espresso and the bitterness was tolerable. They even serve white and brown sugar cubes.
The Big Breakfast is very worth the price as it came together with 2 bull's eyes' eggs, a plain piece of white bread, slices of grilled dried mushrooms, 1 hashbrown, baked canned beans, 1 long sausage, half a baked tomato, 1 chicken ham and 1 fried ham.
The oven baked talapia fish (RM 32) was too dry for me as it was just cheese placed on top of the fish and baked together. Too bad there was no sauce at all and I am not a fan of any western food in dry style. It was one of the rare times that I could not finish a quarter of my fish as I very rarely waste food. The baked potatoes with cheese also did not match as it is too dry. I definitely won't order this anymore.
The place also lacks air and is too hot for me. The air cond was not powerful enough. I still wonder why many people like to frequent this place.
Table Wait Time: 10 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Jun 07, 2015
Spending per head: Approximately RM66Other Ratings:
Value for Money 1