Hello Foodies! We’re back with weekly food guide to light up your day! From new cafes to desserts and ice cream joints, all are not gonna disappoint. So check out these 6 Dessert Places In KL that will please both your stomach and eyes. We have a mixture of everything, we are sure that you will find something that you would love to try out. Let’s go!
Top 5 Dessert Places To Visit in Klang Valley This Week
1. TinyBaker in PINK
TinyBaker in Pink is the first cafe in Malaysia where you can enjoy preparing and having your own toast. Pleasantly charred, suffused with choices of jam and butter, simple yet satisfying. Located in Kota Damansara, their brand new space is absolutely welcoming, and not to mention Instagram-worthy with minimalist furniture that makes perfect sense together. Don’t leave without trying their signature Bubble Earl Grey Chiffon Cake, if you love the combination of pearls and cake.
📍 58-2, Jalan PJU 5/21, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
🕒 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM (Closed on Wed)
2. Sik Thong Ba 食糖吧
Opened its door at Cheras, Sik Thong Ba is a new addition to desserts in Klang Valley that has a wide variety of unique yet delicate sweet treat. No matter you’re looking for a cold and refreshing snow ice dessert to counter the heat of the weather, or a warm bowl of traditional dessert for you to peace your mind and soul, Sik Thong Ba has all to offer. Oozing with Hong Kong vibes with eye-catchy red and white neon lights, be sure to take out your camera for a snap!
📍 37-G, Jalan Dataran Cheras 2, Dataran Perniagaan Cheras, Balakong 43200, Selangor
🕒 12 PM – 12 AM
Premium Japanese Shaved Ice, KAKIYUKI has opened its new outlet at Mont Kiara. Have a taste of the fluffy shaved ice that is packed with real fruits and premium ingredients, you will love it. Don’t leave without trying their Matcha series that is packed with superfood goodness of matcha. With tastes, flavours and visuals for all seasons and moods, you will be coming back time after time.
📍 GF-05, Ground Floor, 163 Retail Park, No 8, Jalan Kiara, Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
🕒 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
4. Shaun Teo Creations
Another new addition to the cafes in KL, Shaun Teo Creations is perfect if you’re craving for something sweet. They serve toast, desserts and cakes in a bright, modern ambience. Minimal settings with Korean vibes and beautiful white tents, every corner is Instagram-worthy. You will have a good time taking photos for the ‘gram right here!
📍 A01-17 (Eve suite) Jalan PJU 1a/41, Ara Damansara, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia.
🕒 11 AM – 8 PM
5. Sweet Escape
Love ice cream but can’t have too much of it because it’s too sweet? Well, Sweet Escape is here to the rescue! Sweet Escape is actually Inside Scoop’s sister brand that offers a range of ice cream to cater to specific dietary needs. Not forgetting that every corner is beautifully dressed, step in and chill amongst the wooden furniture and pinkish vibes all around.
Also, don’t leave without trying their first-ever zero sugar ice cream Choc Zero. It is churned with chocolate for a strong chocolate kick and sugar substitutes, making it suitable for individuals with diabetes! It’s also vegan & keto-friendly.
📍 16G, Jalan Datuk Sulaiman, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
🕒 1:00 PM – 11:00 PM (Sun – Thurs), 12:30 PM – 11:45 PM (Fri – Sat)
List: Top 5 Dessert Places To Visit In Klang Valley
Here comes the end of today’s foodie guide ‘Top 5 Dessert Places to Try in Klang Valley This Week’, we hope you enjoy reading it. As usual, if we missed out any great desserts there, do let us know in the comments! Thanks and byes!
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