While we don’t really need a reason to eat desserts, there are some who wonder in amazement why we’re being kind to ourselves ever so frequently without a proper reason. For connoisseurs of desserts, however, it doesn’t matter what the occasion or the time of the year it is. Rather, it is all about feeding the soul with food that makes us feel like they’ve finally found Heaven on earth. The search doesn’t end and here we are this time around with best dessert eateries In Bangsar.
10 Best Desserts In Bangsar
1. Jasyln Cakes
When it comes to dessert, all you need is a little bit of passion, a whole lotta love and maybe a trick or two to puff the cake up! Founded by Jasyln Ranges, this hole in the wall with black-and-white honeycomb tiles swoons you away with fluffy, sweet, chocolaty, gooey baked goods devilishly sitting on the counter wandering your picks.
While you may want to give everything a try, we’d opt for their OG Vanilla Bean Cheesecake; light and fluffy, hitting all the right notes that a good cheesecake should. Don’t leave yet without giving the dark Salty Valrhona Brownie and Butterscotch Blondie a chance. The brownie wins points for its gooey centre and sea salt-topped crust, whereas the blondie delights with a buttery bite. As all of their cookies and cakes made only with wholesome ingredients like kampung eggs, organic flour, and rye grain, it’s practically and healthy.. i guess
2. Joy St.
Gone the days when Baskin Robbins fed our souls. Owned by a former engineer and medical student respectively churning out their love of desserts into a full-time vocation, they seem to be heading towards the right direction if this new gelato place has about 18 flavors to dig in to.
Ranging from sticky date, mango lime sorbet, Biscoff cookie to even red bean pandan, you’ll have a hard time deciding which one to choose especially with the menu changing every three weeks to ensure fun times always. Either you visit this place once a week or stick to our fav; Earl Grey or lychee watermelon sorbet. Avacado freaks? They’ve got some Avacado Mango up our way!
3. Inside Scoop
Sorry to break it down to you, but Inside scoop is worth the hype all the way! Pay a small price for premium Malaysian inspired flavors and dive straight into teh tarik ,D24 (durian) and Cempedak which gains most the attention. Incredibly luscious and aren’t afraid of their personalities.
For something more universally pleasing, rely on the rich Valrhona chocolate or a childhood favorite, Horlicks. The ice-cream purveyors also make warm, fluffy Buttermilk Waffles, a choice pairing for the cool treat. For the bold-ies alcoholic flavors like Smoked Cognac, or XO Cranberry are the suggested ways to go!
4. Hanbing Korean Dessert
Specializing on making bingsu, Hanbing Korean Dessert serves the best antidote on a hot summer day. With a menu encompassing wide fruity choices, our favorite would be the Snowy soft milky shaved ice with fresh mango chunks and premium ice cream toppings.
Providing a nice balance between cool, creamy with the sweet and slight acidic mangoes prepared fresh from the counter with that ripe and juicy mangoes, moods are brightened and palates are refreshed. Before you dig in, don’t forget to ask them how to do it the Korean way!
5. Namelaka Patisserie
Namelaka comes from the Japanese for creamy/smooth and it is a fabulous cross between a ganache and a crème pâtissière. It has the smoothness of pastry cream, but the richness of a ganache and can boast a whole host of uses. Every had desserts where the dessert looks like actual fruits and has the fillings of the fruit inside the “fruit” cake?
Selling cakes with real fruit fillings inside and more, dig into the crispy outer shell and the creamy layer with crunchy fruits at the core at Namelaka Patisserie. Without the need to add any sort of sugar and sweetness, order yourself one of these desserts and take a trip to have some pastry at a French town!
This place has churned out some of a fantastic Australian inspired brunch dishes that makes every heart and stomach flutter with happiness not to forget the butterflies every time one of the crowd favorites dishes were mentioned or being shared amongst their fellow family or friends!
While most of the dishes on the menu are worth the try, the sweet mouths should opt for their french toast topped with espresso ice cream with cookie crumbles, raspberry compote, and mocha sauce. One heck of a dessert you could straighway dive into while skipping the mains.
7. Upperhouse Kitchen And Dessert Bar
Nestled in Telawi area, Bangsar, Upperhouse is an Australian-inspired dessert bar and kitchen that serves contemporary western cuisine and plated desserts. Drooling of having a date even with the kids around? Encompassed of a clean and bright atmosphere, there’s even a friendly corner for the little ones to play around while the mum and dad catch up!
Delicately prepared by Chef Hester, a pastry chef who has worked with a number of renowned Top 50 Best restaurant in the world, the dessert menu lays out options from almost guilt-free satisfaction to utter how-many-miles-will-I-have-to-run-tomorrow decadence. Our best picks would be the simply-named Carrot comrpsing thimbles of carrot cake served with chopped walnut, Greek yogurt parfait, carrot jelly, chunks of honeycomb and burnt honey ice cream on chocolate soil. Yummmmmmm
Managed by the same Jaslyn Rangson who owns the best Jaslyn Cakes bakery/cafe, this sort-of-latest-additions to the telawi spot is this new patisserie/florist exudes a homely vibe with a counter packed with honest-to-goodness cakes and pastries.
Shiny, elegant and pretty in ways than one, the ambiance serenades vases in shades of robin egg blue housing pretty flowers and verdant plants for sale by O Flwr, a well-known florist among KL’s socialites.
Get that roses for your girl and maybe stop by to swoon your taste buds with their Basil-Lime with basil mousse atop basil and lime curd with tiny meringue sticks artfully placed around the tart is a burst of fresh flavours, thanks to the fragrant basil and delightfully sour lime. Nutty person? Their choux pastry with hazelnut praline, hazelnut mousseline, toasted hazelnut, and sea salt is a balance of flavourful burst on the palette. So good!
9. Frozen By Ken
Step in and the first things you’ll notice is the sign’ Life is uncertain, eat Dessert First” .Parsing the philosophical quandaries of life itself, you know this to be a frills-free, high-stakes type of dessert shop. Having dark chocolate is believed to promote happiness and reduces stress.
By jeannnnnaWhat more when it comes in the form of ice cream cake. Sour cherry sorbet wrapped in 63% dark chocolate and vanilla ice cream coated with dark chocolate served on dark chocolate crumble, Utterly rich in every right spot.
Address: 6, Jalan Telawi 4, Bangsar, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Hours: 11 AM to 12 AM. Opens daily
Phone: 03-2856 8289
If it’s sweet technically it’s dessert, right? Proving that desserts can be healthy as well, The Good Co. boasts on-the-go creations that use all-natural ingredients free of preservatives, additives, artificial colorings, artificial flavorings and refined sugar. With a very serene, casual, yet elegant atmosphere, it’s a perfect place for anyone to have a great dessert time and spend hours to unwind from the bustling outside world. Their products range from oats jars and cold pressed Juices to smoothie bowls and granolas to name a few. Including ingredients such as fresh mango slices, chia seeds, bananas, blueberries, pumpkin seeds, goji berries, , dragonfruit, strawberries, coconut flesh, and granola, sounds just like a jump to a clearer skin for daysssssss