Are you feeling down today? Fear not! You are just a dessert away from a good mood! If you LOVE green tea, you should join this matcha craze and discover all the available matcha desserts to enjoy in Kuala Lumpur and Klang Valley! In this article, we aim to bring you a list of 10 best places to find matcha dessert in KL and Klang Valley!
10 Best Matcha Dessert Cafe In KL And Klang Valley
Check out all the varieties of green tea desserts you should have right now including molten cakes, parfaits, soft serve ice cream and even green tea butter. Let’s see KL Foodie’s suggestion on top matcha dessert in KL!
1. Nana’s Green Tea Malaysia
Source: ms-skinnyfatAs you can tell from its name, Nana’s Green Tea specializes in green tea-flavored desserts. Foodies should try their Matcha Gateaux Chocolate Parfait (RM 25.90) when you pay a visit! A parfait achieves an amazing texture between cream and cloud when it is done right.
Here at Nana’s Green Tea, it is enhanced with several ingredients such as a layer of kanten jelly, matcha syrup, vanilla soft serve, cornflakes, red bean paste and delicious gateaux. Yum! It is truly a refreshing dessert!
Opening Hours: 10am-10pm (daily)
Address: Lot 231A Lower Ground Floor, The Gardens Mall, Mid Valley City, Lingkaran Syed Putra, 59200 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Source: tantannewsYet another cafe that specializes in matcha delights like soft serve, waffles, cakes and more! One of the recommended matcha dessert here is definitely their O-matcha soft ice cream (RM8.90).
The cone of nuanced, aromatic, slight astringent swirls with a creamy finish is sure to keep you refreshed under the Malaysian weather. You can choose to add some toppings to make the experience even better. Toppings such as chocolate chips, red bean or the shiratama would pair perfectly with their matcha ice cream. Pay them a visit to get a taste of this amazing dessert!
Opening Hours: 1pm -11pm (Mon-Thurs), 1pm-1am (Fri & Sat), 12pm-11pm (Sun)
Address: 58, Jalan SS 21/58, Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
3. Franco Malaysia
Source: VMO RocksKnow what’s better than souffle? That’s right, a matcha flavored souffle! This can be found in none other than Franco Malaysia! It has a perfectly crisp, sugar-dusted crust and a luscious, gooey center just waiting underneath the crust to excite your taste buds!
Other than that, foodies should also try their matcha parfait that is served with matcha jelly, rice krispies, red bean drizzled with Okinawa sugar syrup! Every matcha dessert here just spells YUM! Both desserts are priced at RM16.80.
Opening Hours: 10am-10pm (Daily)
Address: Lot 6.01.04, Level 6, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur.
4. Mei by Fat Spoon
Source: Time OutWho would’ve known that two French and Japanese ideas would go so well together? Here at Mei’s, foodies can try a Matcha Creme Brulee (RM17)! It is rich with creamy custard and its burnt sugar topping is beautifully caramelised! The green tea flavour is also distinct despite the rich custard and that’s what makes it so delightful to eat for all matcha lovers! The creme brulee is also served with a scoop of black sesame ice cream.
Other than that, another famous matcha dish served here would be their Green tea butter that is served with a toasty warm croissant (RM13). Tear off a piece of that flaky croissant and get a nice scoop of that sweet butter to get an exciting food experience!
Opening Hours: 11am-10pm (Tues-Sun)
Address: 22-G, Jalan 27/70a, Desa Sri Hartamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur
5. Matcha Hero Kyoto
Source: Malay Mail OnlineLocated in a small store in the famous Pavilion KL, this specialty green tea matcha shop offers some of the best matcha desserts. Foodies can try their Noukou Matcha ice cream (RM9.50) which is made with high-quality green tea imported all the way from Japan!
Source: OpensnapThat’s not all, foodies should also try their Matcha Cream Latte (RM13.80) which is made from Kyoto-based Marukyu- Koyamaen’s matcha powder. Its mildly sweet and soft brew is sure to convince coffee drinkers that green tea makes coffee taste better!
Opening Hours: 10am-10pm daily
Address: Lot 6.16.00, Level 6, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Put lava cakes and green tea together and you’ll get the ultimate dessert: Matcha Lava Cake. You can get that very same dessert right here at Okonomi!
Their Halal-certified Matcha Lava Cake (RM21.90) would give you an exquisite flavour. Take a slice into the light and fluffy cake to reveal the gloriously molten matcha cream oozing out from the cake. It is served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and matcha chocolate. This will definitely make a matcha lover very happy!
Opening Hours: 10am-11pm (Mon-Sun)
Address: A4-G2-02 Solaris, Dutamas, No.1 Jalan Dutamas, Publika
7. P.S Tokyo
Source: The Garden NOMLocated in a famous residential area, PS Tokyo is known to serve Japanese tea-flavoured soft serves. They offer one of the best matcha soft serves (RM9.90) here!
That’s not all, foodies should also try their matcha cheesecake (RM 12.90). Their cheesecake is topped with a matcha chocolate. Just one bite would leave you craving for more! It has just the right amount of flavour to give you a nice blend of matcha and cheese!
Opening Hours: 1.30pm-12am(Tues-Fri), 12pm-12am (Sat & Sun)
Address: 80, Jalan SS 2/60, SS 2, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
8. Caffebene Malaysia
Source: Malaysian FlavoursYou may think matcha leans towards the Japanese cuisine but we can guarantee you, it goes well with bingsu too! Here at Caffebene, they serve up one of the best Matcha Bingsu that one could ever get.
Their Green Tea Tower (RM12.80) consist of matcha shaved ice served with cashew and almond nuts and topped with whipped cream! If this does not get your matcha hype up, we don’t know what will. You could also opt to try their Green Tea Frappe (RM 4.95) when you pay them a visit.
Opening Hours: 11am-12am (daily)
Address: Solaris Mon’t Kiara, K-G-04, No. 2, Jalan Solaris, Wilayah Persekutuan, 50480 Kuala Lumpur
Source: Eat Drink KLYet another cafe that sells one of the most mouthwatering matcha molten lava cake! Located in a hotspot among universities, the matcha lava cake (RM18.95) served here is filled with warm, gooey matcha core that gushes out once u slice it open with your fork.
Softcore also upgrades the experience by serving it with a side of red bean paste, candied calamansi and homemade vanilla ice cream topped with a sesame tuile. Don’t worry, all molten cakes in Softcore are made upon ordering. Foodies can rest assured that the consistency and the quality of the lava cakes are maintained.
Opening Hours: 11am-10.30pm (Wed-Mon)
Address: 56, Jalan PJS 11/7, Bandar Sunway, 46150 Subang Jaya, Selangor
10. Tokyo Pastry
Source: Tokyo PastryNestled in Avenue K, Tokyo Pastry serves some of the best Japanese desserts! One of the recommended matcha flavoured desserts is their Matcha Misu (RM10.00).
It is a matcha flavoured cake dusted with matcha powder and topped with a roll of white chocolate and milk chocolate. It is also served with some strawberries on the side and some chocolate syrup. Head on over and take a bite into this dessert! You will not be disappointed!
Opening Hours: 10am-10pm (Daily)
Address: M-20 & SAC-M-1, Mezzanine Level, Avenue K, 156, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.
MATCHA IS THE BEST FLAVOUR EVER!
Matcha lovers can now go on a food hunt to try all the different matcha desserts available in Kuala Lumpur and Klang Valley! Did we miss out on your favourite? Leave a comment below to let us know!
Ps, if you are a fan of desserts in general, check out our article on some of the best desserts in KL!