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KL’s former High Street won’t run low on caffeine, thanks to Lucy In The Sky, a newbie on the fringe of Chinatown that’s set to soar in the popularity stakes.

This easygoing hangout, surprisingly spacious inside, might be a magnet not only for backpackers but nearby white-collar workers on weekdays and cafe-hoppers on weekends.Lucy in the Sky_2

Breakfast is served

Lucy is the latest place where people can customize their brunch platters, choosing three items for RM12.90 and adding RM3 for every extra selection.Lucy in the Sky_3

Lucy In The Sky promises relatively healthy cooking, relying on organic ingredients whenever possible. But that’s not necessarily meant to provide customers with carte blanche to overdose on four preparations of eggs in one sitting: poached, scrambled, sunny-side-up and over-easy …Lucy in the Sky_4

… even if the eggs are partnered with deliciously nutritious lentils and buttered corn. Other possibilities for this plate include chicken sausages, sauteed mushrooms, grilled tomatoes, onions and hash browns.Lucy in the Sky_5

Other options: French toast made with Hailam bread (RM10), pancakes paired with raw honey (RM8.90), plus cream of cauliflower, pumpkin or mushroom soup with muesli bread (RM10.90).Lucy in the Sky_6

Lunch

Come lunchtime, the starving masses can munch on pasta (pesto’s recommended, flavorsome with sun-dried tomatoes and spinach, RM15), beef and chicken burgers made with wholemeal buns, as well as basic salads and sandwiches.Lucy in the Sky_7

Coffee

Lucy’s coffee, constructed with Arabica beans, should please. Praise outpaces complaints here. Lucy in the Sky_8 Lucy in the Sky_9 Lucy in the Sky_10Lucy in the Sky_11

Location and Contact Details:

Lucy In The Sky
167, Jalan Tun H.S. Lee, Kuala Lumpur. Pretty near the Hindu temple landmark
Daily, 8am-6pm (but closed Dec. 30, 2013).
Tel: 03-2022-1526

 

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