Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Rise & Shine by Tapestry KL, Chow Kit

The hottest name on the cafe scene right now is Tapestry KL. Located on the historic Jalan Kamunting, Tapestry is a new event venue by Wy & Co which houses several dining concepts.

Rise & Shine by Tapestry is the first dining concept to be launched, featuring classic brunch dishes injected with Malaysian twists, made using locally sourced produce, whenever possible. At the venue, you can also enjoy a perfect cuppa from Eight Ounce Coffee.

Getting its name from the various tapestries adorning the sunroof, there is so much to love about this place - the modern, Instaworthy interior, with its indoor garden, high ceilings, and ample natural lighting illuminating the venue.

Start your day, nice and bright, with Rise & Shine Eggs Benedict (RM29). Two poached eggs sit atop crisp, golden bubble & squeak (a traditional British dish made with boiled potatoes and cabbage), and served with beetroot cured salmon and bunga kantan hollandaise. Cut into the egg to reveal a beautifully runny centre.. absolute perfection!

Inspired by the Malaysian kopitiam breakfast of kopi, eggs and toast, The Hainan (RM22) is Rise & Shine's unique take on the Malaysian favourite.

Soft, fluffy scrambled free range kampung eggs is drizzled with a touch of espresso glaze and is presented with charred heirloom tomatoes, toasted Hainanese soldiers and a delicious pumpkin kaya on the side. By using pumpkin, which has a lovely natural sweetness, they can effectively cut down the amount of sugar used in making the kaya. Ingenious! For an extra sinful breakfast, you can also add on the sticky, sweet Sarsi-glazed beef bacon (RM15), which tastes very much like bak kwa (Chinese meat jerky).

The Pancakes (RM26) or French toast (RM26) would certainly get your day started on a sweet note. They're both served with fresh berries, mixed berry compote, chocolate soil and a gula melaka syrup infused with Earl Grey. I especially loved the French toast, which is made using hot cross bun... so sinful. If our kids were here, we know they would totally dig these!

For those who want something more substantial, Rise & Shine offers a lunch menu from 11.45am, with items such as fish and chips, bangers and squeak, salt beef burger, linguine and fried chicken. We had the Grilled chicken with Beras Sia from Sarawak and charred cauliflower (RM30) which is their version of a healthy chicken rice. Pickled green chillies and mustard are served as condiments. The charred cauliflower is also sprinkled with ulam and bunga kantan herb spice, for an extra Malaysian touch.

Notch up your healthy eating with one of the smoothie bowls - we had the Horchata smoothie (RM22) which featured a banana and pineapple smoothie with almond butter, topped with sliced strawberries, blueberries, toasted Hawaiian coconut, granola, pomegranate, and chia seeds. Not only is it pretty, it's tasty and good for you too!

Coffee lovers would appreciate the passionately-brewed coffee by Eight Ounce Coffee here. Other than hot coffee, they also offer Nitro cold brew, artisanal hot chocolate, matcha latte and juices.

Hot cappuccino (RM13)

Hot matcha latte (RM13)

Thanks to EuniceEunny for letting me use her gorgeous interior shots in this post.

Tapestry will also be launching a dinner concept and bar at the end of the year. Definitely something to look forward to!

For the full menu, click here.

Click here to read about Tapestry Dining, the new evening dinner concept.


Opening times: Mon - Fri 8am - 4pm, Sat - Sun 8am - 5.30pm.

Location: Rise & Shine by Tapestry, No. 28, Jalan Kamunting, Chow Kit, 50300 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (Park in one of the open air carparks - RM6 per entry, adjacent hotel valet or take public transport to Monorel Medan Tuanku, and walk 200m to the venue).

Tel: 03-7622 8720

Website: https://www.tapestrydining.my/

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  1. Loved the food and ambience here. I can totally understand why you need to use someone else's photos of the interior...there's simply no chance to take shots of the interior empty like this as it's always super crowded.

  2. The Hainan looks gorgeous, the eggs absolutely perfegggg!!!!


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