Hi johnlabull, Oriental Village, is about 5/10 minutes walk by the road from Berjaya. There is a place called Dolce Vita Cafe.
Alternatively, with a taxi ride away, there is the new Harbour Park.
Alternatively, if you are renting a car, you could head down to pantai chenang/tengah areas for your breakfast/brunch. A place noteworthy and aptly called is Breakfast Bar.
Alternatively, sometimes, when I am just too lazy to dress up for breakfast and just want to have breakfast in my gown, I will usually get some groceries from the shops in Kuah or Pantai Cenang (e.g. pot noddles, bread, butter, jam, even smoked salmon, lemon, to list but a few) and have them prepared in my room, and with the kettle, my own cup of coffee with my coffee plunger, which I bring along on Malaysian holidays.
Just for few RMRM saved,and fill the pecklish feeling , until something cuisine from seafood restaurants, and of course extra bottle of wine.
I have personally done these in my stays even in those high end hotels (e.g Datai and Tanjung Rhu, CdM). Do try our local Maggi asam laksa pot noddle. Rather tantalising on the palate, and ensure you have a nice appetite for lunch or dinner.