Rise & shine! Acme has started serving brunch on Sundays, offering more than three hours of fun feasting at one of KL's best new outlets of 2011.
We'll clam up & let this lengthy line of photos do the talking; it'd take too long to describe everything on the buffet, but suffice to say, it's well worth the RM89++ per person.
Herb-roasted beetroot with maple vinaigrette & buffalo mozzarella.
Smoked duck pizza with mozzarella cheese & tomato.
Radish with fava bean salad & green tahini sauce.
Smoked salmon gravlax.
Green asparagus with parmesan cheese & truffle creme fraiche.
Potato salad with smoked tuna & green peas.
Smoked clam & corn chowder with croutons & cinnamon herb butter on crispy toast, served to the table steaming-hot from the kitchen.
Japanese cucumber with sesame seed dressing.
Potato & smoked salmon fritters with lemon yogurt.
French beans & sweet peas with hazelnut & orange vinaigrette.
A sampling of the starters on our plate. Items are subject to change every week.
Main courses kick off swimmingly with whole-baked fish.
Stuffing our faces with stuffed roasted chicken.
Beef with three sauces: garlic hollandaise, smoky tomato & coriander honey.
Confit roast lamb.
White coco bean cassoulet & roasted pumpkin with garlic butter.
Seafood mash pie.
Macaroni & cheese.
Meat, meet meat. Acme's team carves up the flesh according to your fancy.
Enjoying our just desserts: Gingerbread brioche with maple syrup chibouste.
Apple & rosemary cake.
Coconut & macadamia brownies.
Churros with chocolate sauce.
The best of the lot is in the middle: an ultra-creamy peanut butter cheesecake.
Reservations are essential; these photos were snapped at 11:30 a.m., but within two hours, every table seemed to be taken.
P.S. Acme will be closed for lunch today, Dec. 7, for a private function.
Acme Bar & Coffee,
ABC @ The Troika, Kuala Lumpur.