Brulee Brasserie @ Casa Tropicana, PJ

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If you're a fan of pizzas and beer, then you have to stop by Brulee Brasserie. Though they may be small, they offer a wide range of delectable pizzas and of course, craft beers to pair as well. The location may be a little hard to find but with good ol' Waze, you shouldn't have any problems whatsoever. Anyway, onto the food. 


Bare with me as my lens have changed from the standard kit lens to the rather more zoomed in version - 50mm. Hence the closeness of the photos. 


Malaysian Latte and Brulee Latte - RM10

Starting off strong with two cups of signature latte - the Malaysian and Brulee. A mix of Milo and coffee would be the key ingredient to the Malaysian latte while the Brulee Latte felt a lot more like sweetened milk, which was pleasant and enjoyable. 


Super Mario - RM14

Yes, named after the famous Nintendo game super mario, this pizza is packed filled with mushrooms and cheese. Moreover, there are quite a good load of olives, which gives it that pungent taste to balance off the richness of the cheese while complimenting the tangy tomato base perfectly. 

Though I must add that the pizza base is extremely thin, with airpockets in between, similar to a tortilla-type base. In any case, it's still pretty good. 


Big Breakfast - RM15

For those of you who are lazy till the point of self-denial, this big breakfast pizza may be the one for you. As it has all the essentials such as baked beans, bacon, sausages and finished with a sunny side up on a tomato base, it's a great all-in-oner to say the least. Flavour-wise, it was refreshing and well-seasoned, though the texture may feel a little odd.


Moroccan Beef - RM12

This actually had the potential to be something better, but was somehow lost in translation. The flavours were great and all, but the texture was simply too dry. Fortunately, this was still considered an experimental dish so I guess I have to give it some time to mature.


Bee-con Hive

This is also another one of their latest additions - honey glazed pork bacon with broccoli and cheese. Beautifully done with a tad bit of sweetness from the honey and a great depth altogether when added onto the savoury pork bacon. The broccoli too added that layer of crunch and refreshing flavour - ultimately my favourite of them all.


Nasi Lemak - RM12

An all time Malaysian favourite - Nasi Lemak turned into a pizza. It may sound weird, and look odd as well but the flavours are somewhat acceptable. Though I wished that the sambal could be a tad bit spicier, the pizza itself was fairly good. Perhaps a little more innovation instead of having literally nasi lemak on the pizza would be nice.


Pesto Veggie - RM11

Last but not least, a selection of fresh vegetables on a pesto base. This is for those who enjoys losing weight, but at the same time, telling themselves that they need a cheat day. It's packed with a good amount of flavour as the pizza is well seasoned and sauced, and too posses great texture from all the different ingredients. Overall, it's simple, healthy and addictive.

In conclusion, Brulee Brasserie is a great place for pizza and beer lovers, though I've yet to try out the wide range of beers. The latte were great and most of the pizza I had were simply delicious. Not to mention it's attractive price point, everything lesser than RM15, what else is there to ask for? So if you're looking for a place to have good pizzas, this is definitely it!

Address:

B-2-1 Casa Tropicana Condominium Jalan, Persiaran Tropicana, Petaling Jaya, 47410 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Operating hours:
Sun, Tues - Thurs: 10am - 8pm
Fri - Sat: 10am - 12am

Tel: 012-229 2547

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1 comments

  1. This will definitely go in to my 'Must-Try' list.

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