Monday, February 15, 2016

2016 Menu: Brulee Brasserie @ Casa Tropicana

Brulee Brasserie has broadened its menu with a selection of playful pizzas that inventively incorporate both local & international inspirations: If you've never experienced a Sambal Petai Pizza before, that's now one of the star attractions here, a tantalising thin-crust triumph for petai enthusiasts, teeming with slivers of the bitter bean, complemented with Brulee Brasserie's kitchen-made sambal & cherry tomatoes (RM13). Another domestically influenced delight is the Nasi Lemak Pizza, a fun fusion of Malaysian & Italian sensibilities, crowned with the crucial coconut milk rice, hard-boiled egg, cucumber, peanuts & anchovies (RM11). For fans of Western brunches, the Big Breakfast Pizza might prove a hit, topped with a runny-yolk sunny-side-up, bacon & baked beans (RM15); you'll find other experimental pizzas with pizzazz here, such as Super Hawaiian, Sun-Dried TMT, Moroccan Beef & Pesto Caviar. Most of the pizzas average out at RM12 (each is essentially the size of a personal pizza), making for wallet-friendly meals. Round out your session with several other house specialities - creme brulee in creative flavours that change frequently, plus coffee & craft beer. Many thanks to the Brulee Brasserie team for having us here.

Brulee Brasserie
B1-2, Casa Tropicana, Jalan Persiaran Tropicana, Petaling Jaya, Selangor. 
Open Tues-Thurs, 10am-8pm; Fri-Sat, 10am-12am; Sun, 12pm-8pm. Tel: 0122292547


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12 comments:

  1. Isn't this your second time back? LOL. I plan to go this weekend:)

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    1. Ciki: heh, yeah, the team here seems to be consistently introducing new stuff, so it's worth heading back from time to time :D

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  2. I just had some sambal petai prawn + rice for lunch! Hmmm sambal petai pizza sounds good too, hehehe.

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    1. CK: heheh, that's a fun coincidence. i like petai, so i'll take it anywhere! :D

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  3. Quite a few unorthodox pizzas to try here.....and the pizzas look thin and very crunchy! ;)

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    1. Contact.ewew: yep, crispy thin crust lovers will be happy ... it's actually more of a grilled-flatbread-style pizza than the usual dough ;)

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  4. Lovely looking pizzas. Guess the brulee must be extra special for them to name the place after it.

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    1. Suituapui: yeah, these pizzas are photogenic! :) and yup, i think the folks here are fans of creme brulee ;)

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  5. I've heard of nasi lemak cheesecake (which was making its rounds on Facebook earlier on), but nasi lemak pizza does sound really unique. =)

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    1. Ciana: there are actually only two places that i know of in the klang valley that do nasi lemak pizza - tujo near klcc and brulee brasserie! :)

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  6. Those innovative pizza creations really intrigued my interest to try them out!

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    1. Choi Yen: yeah, i like how the team here took the extra thought and effort to make their pizzas pretty special ;)

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