Common Man Coffee Roasters (CMCR), the specialty coffee roaster, academy and café concept, is launching its all-new menu that features a fresh selection of artfully crafted comfort fare, elevated and redefined. This includes delicious all-day breakfast plates, brunch favourites and an array of salads, sandwiches and mains with a signature Common Man twist, perfectly complemented by CMCR’s curated coffee program.
All-Day Brunch Classics, Redefined
With three outlets in Singapore and one in Kuala Lumpur, café enthusiasts can expect the established brand’s trusted stamp on quality specialty coffee, sumptuous all-day brunch fare with an elevated twist and a relaxed vibe that encourages lingering a little longer over your cup of joe.
“CMCR is all about great coffee and food. So we’re always on the lookout for new creations to appeal to the tastebuds of Malaysians, ensuring the best ingredients to create flavours that will leave consumers craving for more. Our latest additions to the all-day menu also perfectly pair with our sustainably-sourced coffee, roasted fresh in Singapore and prepared by skilled baristas trained in our own CMCR Academy,” said the CMCR spokesperson.
The latest menu reveals three new additions, Common Man Caesar [RM33], Umami Mushroom Avocado Toast [RM 32], and Smashed Burger [RM45]. First up, the Common Man Caesar, which takes a spin on the classic Caesar salad. Crisp baby Romaine lettuce is given an added flavour with charred Brussels sprouts.
Next, homemade Caesar dressing is jazzed up with aged parmesan cheese for a rich, creamy taste. The silky stracciatella cheese, grilled chicken breast, sourdough crumbs add texture and plenty of flavour, to complete the meal that is perfect for a light bite, with a subtle hint of heat from the sprinkled chili flakes.
Up next, the Umami Mushroom Avocado Toast. Housemade toasted sourdough focaccia is piled with creamy, seasoned avocado and sauteed savory wild mushrooms in a house-made teriyaki inspired sauce. Tangy red onion pickle, young pea shoots and a herb oil made from the kitchen’s herb trimmings adds a hint of freshness to this delicious breakfast staple that is perfect for any day of the week.
For a bigger bite, head straight for the juicy Smashed Burger. The patty is made with freshly ground beef patties that are smashed with bone marrow and cooked a la minute on the plancha until crisp on the outside and yet remaining juicy on the inside. This is then sandwiched between toasted buttery brioche buns, a beetroot barbeque sauce and all the regular fixings from cheddar cheese to onion jam and a side of herbed fries.
The menu also features staples like the ever-popular Common Man Fluffy Pancakes, Turkish Common Man Breakfast, Chili Chicken, Beef Cheek Eggs Benedict and the Common Man Full Breakfast. All of which perfectly pairs with CMCR’s artisanal speciality grade coffee brewed by passionate baristas, using beans roasted at the famed CMCR roastery in Singapore.
Not your Average Cup of Joe
At CMCR, diners will find a curated beverage program offering a comprehensive variety of specialty coffee blends and single origins, presented in forms of espressos and filters. This includes the brand’s well-loved CMCR Espresso house blend, and for the more adventurous, select from an ever-changing duo of specialty coffees that delve deeper into CMCR’s seasonal single origin program and signature blends.
From the selection of beans to the methods of brewing and types of apparatus used, CMCR friendly baristas are also always on hand to help, making the knowledge surrounding specialty coffee a little more accessible for everyone.
Additionally, CMCR also runs CMCR Academy KL, delivering in-depth training programs to teach everyone how best to work with specialty coffee and serves as a channel for sharing knowledge and passion for the product. For more information, visit the website. You may also book your classes on the website too.
So head over to CMCR in Taman Tun Dr Ismail’s Plaza Vads to experience this all-new gastronomical delight, open daily from 8am – 5pm on weekdays and 8am – 6pm on weekends.