Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Breakfast @ delicious ingredients, Dua Annexe, Jln Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur

magnificent brekkie - oozing poached eggs on top of ham with a diluted hollandaise sauce

Long breaks are definitely the best time to enjoy lazy leisurely breakfasts. We discovered the newly minted delicious ingredients at Dua Annexe, when we visited Kirishima. Sporting the unmistakable turquoise blue coloured sign, this is a deli filled with a mix of gourmet ingredients and day-to-day items since it acts as a kind of store for the Dua Residency occupants. There is even a dry cleaner, baking and cooking equipments from Cuisipro, Cuisinart and Kitchen Aid here.

Splashie Boy's gorgeous looking blueberry pancakes with crushed honeycomb

Although they carry the same items like Bangsar Shopping Centre(BSC)'s new food hall, items here seem a little cheaper by a few RM. Weirdly enough, the people at BSC seem to have adjusted their prices downwards after Christmas, so the difference now is not as big as before. My favourite item was the
Kshocolat chocolates - a premium chocolate from Glasgow. I went a little crazy over the white chocolate with lemon and pepper; a fantastic combination I must re-create in a mousse soon. Other brands they have are TWG Tea (teabags and pick your own tea selection from the jars), Butler's Grove with its selection of jams and preserves, Jones the Grocer (spaghetti sauce, preserved lemons, marinades and etc), Spanks and etc. They also have fruits, fresh vegetables, meats, seafood, dairy products and etc. Take-away whole cakes are also available.

the christmas train chugs on...

At the moment, the small deli serves all day breakfast, plans are in the works to allow for lunch and dinner items where you pick from the meats selection to cook. We dropped by for a very late breakfast one day. The menu selection is not a lot and some items look familiar since we have seen them before in delicious' breakfast menu.

We went for items not found in the other menu: eggs benedict (RM12.90) and blueberry pancakes (RM15.90). I loved my eggs benedict - my all time fav indulgence. Soft poached eggs that oozed sinful egg yolk to mix with creamy hollandaise sauce. My only gripe was the sauce was a little thin and they didn't use English muffins for the base. They also do another version called Eggs Royale with smoked salmon instead of turkey ham. Splashie Boy enjoyed every bite of his blueberry pancakes. Very thick and brown, they had bits of crunchy honeycomb scattered over them. Do go and enjoy yourself, one lazy morning. Great way to start the new year I reckon. If you prefer something heavier, run upstairs instead to delicious. For more pictures of those luscious blueberry pancakes and everything else, see my

Flickr set.

Enjoy yourself with all the festivities, I know we will be with Maukitten's fantastic food for her annual New Year Eve's bash. Happy New Year everyone!!

delicious ingredients
Dua Annexe
Jalan Tun Razak
Kuala Lumpur

Tel No: 03 - 2166 2066

(Pork free. Open from 8am to 6pm.)

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant for writing this review.

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Simon Seow said...

Yummy breakie. Will get my lazy butt there sometime.

ai wei said...

what a full and hearty breakfast u had. envy envyyyy

sc said...

Happy New Year Boo! May next year be filled with joy, good health, big wealth and wonderful feasts!

Unknown said...

woo.. u have a nice food blog :-)

view mine as well.. Cheers, Nicholas

boo_licious said...

Happy New Year Simon! Hope Tenji will be super fantastic.

Ai Wei - it was more like brunch, in fact.

Happy New Year SC! Hope you find more great food.

Thxs Life of Voyage.! said...

Merry christmas and happy new year!

Poached eggs are not found often in Malaysia... but you'd be suprised to know that when I was in Kota Baru a while back, I was taken to a famous kopitiam there... it was next to the old palace.

And to my suprise, the half boiled eggs were done in a poached kind of style. It wasn't quite as thick as the one you had, but they put two whole poached eggs (no shell) on a little plate and gave it to me.

You eat it by adding a little pepper and soy sauce, and sucking down an entire egg at one go. haha.

and 'pork free' does that mean 'halal'? or do they not have the registration to be considered 'halal'?

Thx! Great blog btw.

email2me said...

Happy New Year Boo ....

The poach eggs look so good with the ham .... Will give it a shot there soon :)

Lisa Lee said...

Looks so delicious. Happy New Year!!! :)

Jackson said...

wow... looks delicious!

Rarebeet said...

Theres nothing quite like having a lazy brunch... ahhh
Happy New Year!! Catch up soon!

p.s/ had dinner at Kirishima, yum yum! And the word verification spells "mewed". How apt!

fatboybakes said...

yummy, looks good hor. this the place u telling me about right? must go soon!

VH said...

all foods look delicious..yummmy

HarbX said...

Those pancakes look absolutely fantastic la.

Unknown said...

the poached eggs looked amazing, plus they are not expensive. haha


boo_licious said...

feedmelah - I wonder if that is the white house in Kelantan, sounds very good stuff. Yeah, usually I put pork free for those places that I can't see have any halal sticker.

email2me - too bad not real bacon or ham though! Happy New Year.

Hiya Lisa! Happy New Year to you too.

Jackson - hee hee, Happy New Year. Are you going to serve this in the cafe?

Paprika - Happy New Year to you. Glad you liked Kirishima, weirdly enough the food there tastes much better compared to Yuzu, their sister restaurant.

fbb - yeah, go spend your monies there!

VH - go try soon?

Andy - must be good, as bf ate them very quickly and I only got a small piece to try.

brad - yeah they are, only dissapointment was the sauce. Guess I am used to thicker sauce in America.

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