If you are looking for a cosy and relaxing cafe that is inspired by Australia’s urban lifestyle, you might want to check out Urban Daybreak in Bangsar. This cafe has a warm and inviting atmosphere that makes you feel at home. We visited Urban Daybreak on a sunny Sunday for brunch and we were impressed by the food and service.
We ordered two dishes to share: the Wild on Shrooms and the Fried Chicken Waffle. The Wild on Shrooms was a delicious dish that featured sourdough bread topped with wild mushroom, white bean spread, portobello, and poached egg. The ingredients complemented each other well and the flavour were subtle, yet impactful. We loved how the dish was expertly crafted and presented.
The Fried Chicken Waffle was another dish that caught our eye. This dish was one of the cafe’s most famous dishes and we could see why. The dish consisted of fried chicken, sunshine eggs, and waffle, drizzled with apple sauce and maple syrup. The dish was a perfect balance of sweet and savoury flavours, and it was very satisfying. The only thing that could have been better was the waffle, which was a bit soft for our liking. We would have preferred it to be crispier.
After enjoying our brunch, we headed to 486 Baba Low’s Bangsar for some cendol to cool down. As usual, the cendol was refreshing and tasty and it was a great way to end our meal.
We had a wonderful time at Urban Daybreak and we would definitely recommend it to anyone who is looking for a cosy and welcoming cafe with delicious food. The dishes were well-made, and the flavours were subtle yet impactful, making for a memorable culinary experience.
486 Baba Low’s Bangsar