This review gonna be a bit different from the previous one because the shop is owned by someone I knew - Kenry, my ex-schoolmate. Unbelievable huh? I just graduated from university and not even start working yet but he became a boss already. Shall I 自愧不如? (be ashamed of myself)
But then I'm not receiving any benefits from him, so this review is based on my own opinions without any biases.
Back to topic.
From the name Brut Cafe, it means raw or unrefined in French. That's why you won't be surprise to see there is not much decoration here. Perhaps less is more, the interior is simple but nice. Good lighting is another plus point. Together with the music circling around, I felt extra comfortable here.
|Cozy, clean and simple design|
"All day breakfast", this is what I heard before stepping into this cafe.
Flippin' through the menu, there are a few varieties of pasta, sandwich, egg benedict and coffee which you may choose from. If you couldn't decide which one to order (like me), feel free to ask recommendation from the boss, he will explain and decide for you patiently.
So here are the food we had :))
|Bacon carbonara spaghetti|
Tasted average, would be nicer if it is more cheesy
|Egg benedict |
Seems to be small portion, but large enough to make you feel full
Taste good, I kinda like this one over the spaghetti
A big thumb up for this even though it looks like normal "kopi ais" in most kopitiam
Typical kopitiam won't offer something as good quality as this one
If you were thinking food with good quality must be very pricey, I'm going to prove you wrong. Two main courses with two drinks cost us around RM 35 only, so what you say?
I will definitely re-visit if I go Kampar again. Hope to have more choices of food on the menu next time :))
59, Persiaran Batu Karang,
Taman Kolej Perdana,
If you ever have a chance to open a shop, what kind of shop it gonna be?
I used to dream of opening a pastry house, how about you?