Get Bubbly With the Mini Moët Bubbly Brunch at The Forum KL


I don't know about you but for me, the end of the year is usually a time to eat, drink and make merry. Year end is a time for everyone to let go of things, especially if that something is your waistline. This blog post is designed to help you do just that. Hey, don't shoot the messenger. You clicked into this blog post, probably because you saw the pictures. Glutton.

But enough of judging. Let's get to the real merry makers. 

The Forum KL is hosting the Bubbly Brunch, which sounds like a mini pool party your neighbour is throwing for his 6 year old son. But here's where it differs out from kiddy territory into something that us adults can enjoy. This is a champagne brunch (hold your horsefeathers, people) featuring the Mini Moët, which is what they were talking about when they coined the phrase "the smallest things pack the biggest punches", a choice of a main and a choice of dessert to round off your brunch.

"But one bottle of Mini Moët isn't going to satisfy me," you groan through the screen, "It's too small!". First of all, that's what she said. Secondly, the good people at The Forum KL know how much people love drinking champagne in the mornings and have done their level best to accommodate.

You can actually get additional bottles of the Mini Moët at only RM78 nett. Nothing says "character" and "class" more than casually sipping champagne on a Sunday morning brunch session with your date. 

But let's put the Mini Moët aside for a minute and get on to focus on the main course and dessert that the Bubbly Brunch has to offer. They say that one should never drink on an empty stomach; an ideal my stomach and I wholeheartedly support.

Main Course

You have a choice to select one of three different main courses; namely The Fish, The Chicken or The Steak. Each main course complements your Mini Moët, because what doesn't? As part of my efforts in being a good food blogger, I will try my level best to describe all three in ways that will hopefully make your mouth water. 

Stuffed Chicken Roulade with Mozzarella Cheese and Spinach served with Ratatouille Ragout (The Chicken)

Why did the chicken cross the road? Well, that's obviously because it wanted to reach The Forum KL to be made into your brunch. When given the choice, not many people go for the chicken because The Colonel has it better. But believe me when I say that the chicken is probably the best choice, in my very humble opinion. Tender, succulent and with meat that just rips off at the very touch of your teeth. The ratatouille is a perfect match for the chicken as well, giving it the proper seasoning and flavoring to make your mouth wanting more.

TL;DR version: I would pick this again.

Pan Seared Salmon Mousse stuffed with Asparagus, Dill & Prawn with rich Lobster gravy (The Fish)

Once upon a time, there lived a great evil in the oceans. The ruler of the seven seas was wrought with worry for his 7 beautiful daughters, so he hired trained bodyguards for each of them. Among the seven bodyguards, the fearless Salmon was tasked with protecting the Pacific Princess. One day, while the Pacific Princess was out doing whatever princesses do, the great evil descended upon her, intending to take her away. The Salmon, sensing the worst, swam up and pushed the princess away from harm's way. With a mighty yell, Salmon was violently taken up. His last words before he disappeared into the light was "Take care of yourself, Princess." 

I believe that the same brave Salmon was sacrificed to make this delicious salmon mousse, along with the remains of Prawn, the bodyguard of the Atlantic Princess and the blood of Lobster, Arctic Princess' bodyguard. 

TL;DR version: It's so good because it's infused with the soul sacrifice of a salmon, a prawn and a lobster.

Prime Angus Sirloin Steak with Roasted Chat Potatoes and Asparagus served with demi-glace (The Steak)

The King of the Cows gathered together his most trusted bovine subjects.
"My dearest subjects, the annual Glaze is here. We will need a sacrifice. Who here will step up to the challenge and take up the mantle?"
A strong looking cow stepped forward. "I will, You Royal Cowness."
The King of the Cows mooed in agreement, "What is your name, oh brave one?"
"Loin." the strong cow replied.
"Well, now you shall be known as Sir Loin. Take thee now with you the Royal Potato Shield and the Sword of Asparagus. Go forth and make me proud."

And make the King of the Cows proud did Sir Loin. In the Glaze, Sir Loin fought valiantly before he was brutally killed amid the searing heat. His sacrifice was not in vain.

TL;DR version: A brave cow sacrificed himself to make a pretty tough steak. 


I am not a very good judge of desserts. As long as it makes me smile wider with every mouthful, I will accept it as the best dessert in the world. This is why I love cafes so much. Now, below, this is a tried and tested way of how I "review" desserts, so I can proudly say that it's copyrighted material right here.
Raspberry Truffle with Tuille 

Orange Crème Brûlée, White Chocolate Mousse, Berry Sorbet 

VERY VERY GOOD. It made me cry a little inside.
Raspberry Panna Cotta with Tempered Chocolate in a Caged Caramel Dome

Probably the best of the lot. Seriously. You know unicorn tears? This is better than that.

So you really don't want to miss out on this. The Mini Moët’s Bubbly Brunch is only available from 1st December 2015 to 31st January 2016, on weekends from 11.00 am to 4.00 pm. The whole brunch set is RM128.00 nett. Prior reservations are definitely encouraged. You don't want to spoil your precious brunch date right?

Check out more details of The Forum KL below:

The Forum KL

Address: 3, Jalan Sri Hartamas 22, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : +603 6412 0833 or +6013 266 1333.
Facebook : The Forum KL


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