Last Saturday, Saina invited Soham and me over for a breakfast at Nasi & Mee. The breakfast is a relatively new addition, and is served only on weekends. It was a while since I’ve visited Nasi during the day time, and I was quite happy to see everything looked same as before. People were slowly trickling in for breakfasts around 10 am – and we got our very own personalized menus to place our orders from – awesome!
Our meal started with some Ice Blended Milo and Singapore Kaya Toast. And these will be my topmost recommendations from the breakfast menu. Kaya is basically a coconut jam spread made with coconut milk, pandan leaves, butter and eggs. This was delicious, light and mildly sweet. I am not much of a bread eater, but I tried several helpings of the toast. It was great. Milo Shake was brilliant, not too thick nor too much ice – loaded generously with the chocolate powder.
The Pandan Coconut Pancakes are pretty nice as well, especially for those who like traditional breakfasts. Here they are topped with whipped cream, fresh fruits and a drizzle of malacca sugar. I, however, strongly recommend the Asian rendition of another classic – the Thai Styled Eggs Benedict. Eggs on sour dough with Tom Yum hollandaise sauce – this was amazing to eat, the eggs were perfectly poached, the sauce was beautiful.
There are various other options available in the breakfast menu, and I intend to go back to Nasi & Mee and try them on a weekend soon. The top favorites would definitely be ordered again – Kaya Toast, Tom Yum Eggs Benedict & Ice Blended Milo. Have a great Sunday everyone!