Tucked away along a small residential street of Jalan Kemuja in Bangsar, you’ll find the charming Lisette’s Café & Bakery – a beautiful combination of old world Malaysia with modern twists.

Lisette’s Cafe was born in August 2018, proudly named after the own Lisette Scheers… the amazing woman behind the beautiful Nala Designs brand. It was previously known as DR Inc. and has been since re-branded to Lisette’s.

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As you enter, natural greenery fills the bright outdoor space – the perfect spot to sip on a delicious cup of coffee and enjoy the afternoon. Make your way inside and the restaurant is renovated, while still maintaining an air of heritage and vintage…reminding us that there is a lot of history to be learned along Jalan Kemuja and its surrounded areas.

Colors adorn the white walls, with beautiful murals painted on the walls brought to you by Nala Designs. The space is quaint, bright, and airy, making it perfect for a Sunday brunch affair, or an afternoon coffee date paired with a delicious pastry.

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Lisette’s Cafe Sunday Brunch in Bangsar

Sunday brunch has become a staple must-do in Kuala Lumpur. And with many places offering great breakfast and brunch in Kuala Lumpur, competition is high. Whose brunch will reign supreme? Cue Lisette’s Sunday brunch – one of the best brunch options in Kuala Lumpur…one of our favorites for oh-so many reasons.

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First things first – it’s important to note that Lisette’s Sunday brunch is predominately vegetarian and vegan, with some meat options. Now I’m a carnivore myself, but heck, Lisette’s vegetarian selection definitely gives meat a good run for its money.

There’s a diversity in the selection and the options are colorful. And best of all, I always leave a Lisette brunch feeling full for majority of the day.

All of the dishes are packed full of goodness, with enough variety to suit even the fussiest of eaters. Best of all, after a Sunday brunch session at Lisette’s Cafe in Bangsar, you’re left feeling wholesome because the food is healthy and comforting. You can taste the freshness in the food, which makes me wanting more.

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If you’re after a boozy brunch, fear not young grasshopper – Lisette’s offers a lovely selection of wine and bubbles that pair beautifully with brunch. And if you’re after that perfect cup of coffee, good news is that Lisette’s coffee is great. There’s a perfect balance in the flavours of the coffee, making it a delicious pairing with the food.

Ohh and don’t even get me started about the pastries and cakes. Ok I’ve started! THEY ARE SO DAMN GOOD! The selection is superb that it’s so hard to just pick one, so I’ll usually leave with a few pastries.

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The Verdict

Sunday brunch at Lisette’s Cafe is the perfect way to celebrate the weekend with family and friends. It’s packed full of goodness, so you’re not left feeling guilty for over-indulging in all that fresh fruits and veggies.

The all-you-can eat Sunday brunch in Bangsar comes at an affordable RM55 ++ (A$19 | U$12)  per person, one of the best valued brunches in town. Beverage is additional with coffees ranging from RM10-17 ++. Now it does get busy, so I highly recommend booking a table to secure your seat…and get there early so you can jump right in and enjoy the food before the crowd.

If you also find yourself in town during a weekday, good news is that you can still enjoy a delicious Lisette’s vegetarian buffet every Tuesday and Friday for RM35++ (A$12 | U$9) per person.

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