Sunday, May 8, 2011

Clarissane reviews: Brunch @ Tom, Dick & Harry, TTDI

I have heard all the rave about this place. Besides being a pretty happening bar at night along the quieter suburbs of Taman Tun with The Boathouse, 42East and Sid’s Bar along the same row, Tom, Dick & Harry (TDH) certainly lives up to its counterparts.

An article that appeared in NST a few weeks back (and all the rage I’ve heard from my friends) about their brunch offerings on weekends from 10am right up till 2pm certainly made me greedy want to check out that place for myself! And of course, I dragged my other two gluttons with me :)


We did not feel as gluttonous as we usually were that day (all of us were down for some reason) so we decided on two mains to share. With the portions being pretty massive, sharing in this case, is certainly caring :p But if you’re a big eater you can probably polish off one portion by yourself.


We started off with the Banana Pancakes, RM15 that came with caramelized banana (this was sooooo good!) and a scoop of vanilla ice-cream and A strawberry (it would be nice if there were more generous with this!).


This dish certainly lived up to our expectations. With the glazed, caramelized bananas this dish was certainly a winner! The pancakes were soft and fluffy with hints of banana pieces in it. The texture and taste was just right, not overwhelming like those thick, tasteless pancakes you buy in stores. Eat it with the caramelized banana and the vanilla ice-cream and voila! A perfect meal.


Checkout the glaze!!! Simply ahhhh!

They do have options of savoury pancakes as well with turkey ham, bacon etc. But to me, pancakes are usually eaten sweet.. lol! Personal preference. But I’m sure their savoury pancakes would be as good too! (calls for a next visit!)


And of course, we definitely didn’t miss ordering their famous Big Breakfast, RM20!


This is what TDH is famous for. Their sunny side up (just the way I like it!) was fried to perfection with my favourite type of yolk – runny! The pork sausages were juicy and delicious with the sautéed mushrooms oozing out every hint of taste. The hash brown was crunchy and not overly-oily with generous amounts of potatoes in it.

They have an option of switching the pork bacon to crispy pork bacon for RM3. Most tables did this. Our pork bacon was the original one. It was tasty but it would nicer if it was a bit less fatty.But then again, bacon IS supposed to be fatty :p


All three of us agreed that both dishes were definite winners! We left fully satisfied with the vow of returning again when our stomachs feel gluttonous again soon to try their other offerings! With other food offerings in their usual menu such as the Pork Knuckles, Fried Mars and Snickers Bar, there’s definitely more reasons to come back.

With nett prices - what you see is what you pay (on brunch), this place is definitely worth visiting!

Another advantage is that this brunch is offered right up till 2pm. So sleep in during the weekends as much as u want, head here to eat, and then have a drink or two. Sounds like a perfect start to the weekend! ;)

Tom, Dick & Harry
18, Lorong Rahim Kajai 14,
Taman Tun Dr Ismail,
60000 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03 - 7710 2122


Baby Sumo said...

The caramelised bananas sure look good!

:: Clarissane :: said...



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