Breakfast is often neglected despite the healthy
benefits to jump start the morning with nutrition. Understanding the
importance of the first meal of the day, Le Méridien has unveiled a new
Signature Breakfast experience, designed in partnership with three-star
Michelin Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
Le Méridien Kuala Lumpur’s all-day dining restaurant, has embraced the
brand’s new breakfast initiative by showcasing innovative cuisine,
created to stimulate the senses.
Upon entering the
restaurant, guests will be greeted with colourful eye-opening elixirs
displayed in test tubes. Explore the unconventional combinations of
fruits such as oranges, carrots and raspberries, and herbs and spices
such as chilies, cloves and pepper. The pleasant surprise of flavours
will help perk guests up in the morning.
Breakfast entrees are
new interpretations of classic breakfast items such as Croque Madame,
Smoked Salmon and Silken Tofu, and Espresso Steamed Eggs with Toasted
Brioche, among others. Expand the discovery to an extensive spread of
buffet breakfast featuring Indian, Malay, Chinese, Japanese and Western
“My goal for Le Méridien was to create a
breakfast experience that not only delivers the basics at a high quality
level, but also provides a level of “discovery” for guests by blending
exotic flavors with everyday ingredients. The dishes deliver a unique
blend of flavors that invigorate and awaken the palate,” said
European-rooted Le Méridien and
Jean-Georges have many things in common as both are
French-born and internationally renown.
In addition to the breakfast experience, Le Méridien
is also now offering guests illycaffé, one of Europe’s innovative, premium coffee brands.
Breakfast is served at Latest Recipe on level 5 of Le Méridien Kuala
Lumpur from 6.00 am to 10.30 am. The Jean-Georges Breakfast is available
on a la carte while buffet breakfast is available at RM 69++ per person.
Price is subject to 10% service charge and 5% government tax.
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