Dec 12, 2015

12 The Big Breakfast at Vivo and A Blackout

Vivo is kind of our regular hangout, me and Jen that is. We'd be here to enjoy a meal and chat about life. This, usually after some hours of purposeful shopping.

On this weekend that is near Christmas however, we had an important list to complete. Important, because it involved giving to our closest friends and family. So before hitting the shops, we decided that a hearty breakfast was in order; we needed the energy.

We popped into Vivo (at The Curve shopping mall) after being enticed by a standing banner advertising a gorgeous dark layered chocolate cake ; Citrus Blackout was its name. It was the cake of fairy tales, at least that's how the picture was processed in my mind.

We sat down, ordered Big Breakfast sets and chose hot tea to complement our meal. It was yummy and satisfying.

Vivo's Yummy Big Breakfast RM15.90

Tea and a Cookie

You'd think the big breakfast would be enough to make us go, "I'm full!" but no such thing happened. We were only too happy to try out the Citrus Blackout next.

Jen used a fork to slice a piece out for us to appreciate before we started digging in. It was good stuff, good enough to lift the spirits.

Vivo's Citrus Blackout RM8.80

The Citrus Blackout

Jen and I split the bill and walked out with a smile on our faces. It is always wonderful to start the morning this way, on a full stomach and a positive air.

12 comments:

  1. Super love your breakfast. I could dig into that cutrus blackout.

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    1. Me to...haha! But, it's a once in a blue moon thing for me. I don't eat this much on other mornings. ^.^

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    1. It was quite delicious, Ez. I'm pleased with it. :D

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  3. That looks like a really hearty and delicious breakfast!

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    1. It really gave me the energy I needed. We were there from morning 'til night!

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  4. Your breakfast looks similar to that of a typical Quebec breakfast, Sharon. We have either bacon, ham or sausage with 2 eggs any way we like (poached, scrambled, fried sunny side up or turned over), with baked beans in a little container like the one in your photo, and toast and coffee or tea. :)

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    1. Wow...thanks, Linda! I have often wondered about the origins of this kind of breakfast. :D

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  5. shame on me....when i see VIVO...i kept thinking of the VIVA home in cheras...always confused these two

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    1. Haha...Viva Home's one of my favourite places to go too!

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  6. I have sweet tooth as well
    the cake looks so tempting :D

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