August 9th, 2022
Nutmeg at Bangsar Village: Restaurant Review
Cracking open this week, this shining-shimmering cafe’s a splendid sight for sore eyes, a dazzling place that Bangsar’s brunch-hunters can now come to know.
Nutmeg’s something of a family enterprise, comprising two brothers-in-law for its shooting stars; Gordon welcomes customers and watches over the service crew, while William minds the menu and mans the kitchen. There’s more to the team, but these were the two men we met.
An Egg-splosive Menu
The ideal introduction to Nutmeg is its egg-explosive, early-bird selection, offered through the afternoon. Taking us wonder by wonder, we start with this simple but satisfying fried egg, the magic carpet over a mound of sauteed potatoes, salt beef hash and red peppers (RM16+).
The Famous ‘Croissant-wich’
Nutmeg might be a no-pork eatery, leaving its Eggs Benedict (RM26+) bereft of bacon, but instead of banking on typical substitutes, Nutmeg’s kitchen genies conjure thick, tender slices of salt beef, marinated with what might be nutmeg mace (or were we only dreaming?).
Bagel and Lox
Location and Contact Details:
UGF-28A, Bangsar Village II, Jalan Telawi 1, Bangsar Baru, Kuala Lumpur.
Beside Haagen-Dazs, below Botanical. Generally open during mall hours.