Well, turns out I was only semi correct. Yes, there is bubbly and champagne, available for ala carte orders, but here's the clincher, they are so reasonably priced, it's almost too good to be true. As alcohol is usually the most important part of the equation in a meal, for me, I shall say a bit more about the bottles.
The Taittinger is priced at RM230, (usually RM336),
The Anna at RM168 (UP270),
Zonin at RM150 (UP 240),
Nederburg RM135 (UP 204), and the
Mc Guigan at RM135 (UP204).
If that alone isn't reason to head there on a Sunday, especially the next two coming long weekends, (Monarch's birthday and Malaysia Day), the next compelling reason would definitely be the bacon spread itself. Priced at a very reasonable price of RM39++ (or RM24++ per child below 15), the glorious spread at this porcine paradise is really in my opinion one of the best values bacon brunches.
My very delicate and carefully curated breakfast platter.....
There is also a decent selection of desserts...
Now just in case the brunch spread is insufficient, (in which case I'd really like to meet the person with such voracious appetite), there is a bacon antipasti add on, priced at RM15++ per dish, which include :
Spaghetti Carbonara With Bacon
Pancakes with Maple Syrup, Berries and Vanilla Ice Cream
Waffle With Bacon and Fried Eggs, grilled tomatoes and mushrooms with salad,
Penne Pork Bolognaise
Bacon Fried Rice with Pork Satay
Bangers And Mash With Chorizo Sausage and Onion Gravy.
We were fortunate to be able to try all the 5 bottles in the selection, starting with the lowest priced one and making our way upwards. Needless to say, the Taittinger was the best.
Yes, this one....my favourite..
Anyway, I reckon for around RM200 per head, you should be able to walk away with a bursting stomach and a pleasing buzz for the rest of the Sunday.
Leonardo's Dining Room and Wine Loft
61-1 Jalan Bangkung
Tel: 03-2096 2226