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Brunch is just something many cannot go without and here are the restaurants and cafes that provide delivery services in KL and PJ.

Seeing as COVID-19 has caused disruptions in many avenues of businesses around the world, people needed to get creative to survive. Thankfully, there are plenty of great delivery services in KL with restaurants and cafes bringing brunch to our dining table. Even our local cocktail bars are making it more accessible than ever to have our favourite drinks delivered to our doorstep.

Fret not though. If you’re looking to cook, we’ve got you covered in that department too. Check this page from time to time as well will be updating this as we head into our third week of the MCO.

(Featured and Hero image: Tapestry KL)

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Brasserie Léon

Looking for a staple in French classic cooking? Look no further than Brasserie Léon in TTDI with its signature French steak and fries with secret sauce. It also has other French favourites like roasted chicken and melted raclette cheese, just to name a few. For this RMO period, Brasserie Léon will also be providing delivery for its pre-chosen meals every week. This week’s order of choice is mac & cheese for only RM12. Brasserie Léon offers free contactless delivery for orders above RM35 within TTDI only.

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Huckleberry Food and Fare

Huckleberry Food & Fare is a household name in the Damansara Heights neighbourhood. Having fed the community for years, it was without question that it would remain open during these trying times. This artisan bakery and café is offering both curbside pick-up as well as a delivery service for its freshly-baked pastries, brunch items, cakes, and more. Slide into their DMs on Instagram or hit them up at the number below.

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Kenny Hills Bakers

Kenny Hills Bakers is arguably one of the best bakeries in all of Klang Valley and thankfully, we can still have it now. The 5-year-old bakery has become somewhat of a favourite to many, growing from just pastries and bread to having a full menu, complete with brunch as well (obviously). Do note that its Bukit Tunku outlet is open from 8.00 am to 5.00 pm while the Desa ParkCity and Ampang outlets close at 7.00 pm.

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Tapestry KL

While only around a year old, Tapestry in the heart of KL has become a rising star in the brunch scene so it’s only right that it continues its wave of popularity via delivery service. Unfortunately, it will be a limited menu but rest assured, the quality will still be the same. Call the number below at least 30 minutes in advance. Payment is also made via bank transfer.

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Located within Seventeen Mall is Superfine, one of the newer locations on this list and slowly making a name for itself in the industry. This contemporary cafe in PJ offers great all-day breakfasts alongside other options like sandwiches and burgers. You can also have coffee, tea, and cold-pressed juice to go with your meal.  Superfine also offers free delivery if you order above RM30 and your delivery location is within a 5KM radius of its outlet.

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Urban Daybreak

Bangsar is home to a wide variety of brunch spots, but none really quite hits the spot these days like Urban Daybreak in Jalan Telawi. This all-day breakfast spot is open daily to serve you amazing brunches like classic french toast, waffles, and the all-day breakfast. What’s more, you’ll get free delivery service if you order above RM50 and if your location is within 10KM. To contact them, simply send them a DM on Facebook or Instagram; you can also call or text the number provided below.

(Image credit: Urban Daybreak)

Wi-Liam Teh
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Wi-Liam is a geek at heart with a penchant for tattoos. Never without a drink in hand (preferably whisky, gin, or Guinness), he is also a writer by day and a keyboard warrior by night. On his day off, he masquerades as a streetwear and sneakerhead enthusiast while his bank account says otherwise.