KampungBoy and I LOVE brunch. There is just something magical about the perfect blend of breakfast and lunch. So we love going out to brunch on the weekend and are constantly trying to find the best places for brunch. While it is no secret that our favourite brunch place is Antipodean, which clearly set our standards very high. Nevertheless, we continue the quest to find Klang Valley’s best brunch and landed upon Tedboy Bakery.
Tedboy Bakery is often mistaken as a full fledged bakery when it is actually a bakery cum cafe which serves simple fare such as gourmet coffee, sandwiches, pizza and pasta. Tedboy Bakery is the brainchild of Edward and Patrina who name this humble establishment after their baby boy – Ted Boy. Edward is running an electronics business in HK while Patrina were from pharmaceutical background. The husband and wife team decided on a career change in order to free up time to spend with Ted. The cafe will only serve wholesome and healthy food in which Ted can munch and binge upon.
The team in Tedboy Bakery take pride in their use of the finest, all natural ingredients. They also produce great tasting products without using any preservatives.
They have a huge variety of other types of breads both large and small as well as a lovely assortment of pastries, danishs, cakes and more.
We have been doing takeaways at Tedboy Bakery as we were attracted by these trays of freshly baked pastries and buns as we walked passed the storefront.
Dinner Set for Two which consists of sandwich, pizza, salad, soup and drinks is available for only RM 45.
We started our lovely morning with a cup of flat white. The coffee was strong with nice foam, but it wasn’t smooth or silky at all.
The mocha ice fares better; it was a perfect pairing of chocolate and coffee for a rich and creamy experience.
We started our meal with the Waldorf Salad (RM 14.90). It was a delicious and refreshing salad made of fresh apples, celery and walnuts, dressed in mayonnaise, and served on a bed of lettuce.
Custard Bun and Mini Belgium Chocolate
Patrina raved about their Norwegian Salmon Croissant (RM19.90) and got us one to try.
Who would have though about salmon and mangoes being such a great combination in terms of taste and texture. Even the croissant was flaky, with buttery layers.
We also tried Teddy’s Pizza (RM18.90), a rectangular shaped thin crust pizza topped with a tangy tomato salsa base sauce, capsicum slices, rocket, sausages and cheese.
The pizzas were light but satisfying and packs a punch of flavour.
We really liked the Tuna Melt Cheese Sourdough (RM 17.90) too. It features a multi – faceted texture that offers bits of soft, crispy, gooey and crunchy.
Patrina continues to shower us with much love in the form of sweet treats. This dainty oreo cheese cake was unfortunately, dry and crumbly.
The vanilla mille crepe is made from more than 20 layers or crepes and cream, making it a lusciously and creamy treat.
This strawberry cheesecake has nice, creamy and sweet flavor from cream cheese layer and slightly tangy and sweet flavor from a chunky strawberry sauce made from fresh strawberries.
Being a huge fan of brunch, I’m always saddened by the lack of good brunch options. However with Tedboy Bakery, we foresee ourselves coming back, probably often.
10, Jalan Telawi 4, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur.
Open 8am through at least 9pm daily
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