What’s the first thing that flashes through your mind when you think of desserts? Do you fantasize about cakes or crave for ice cream instead? Everyone deserves something sweet and sinful every now and then. Therefore, here are some secret dessert cafes in the Klang Valley where you’re likely to bump into us.
Furnished with wooden accents and clean Scandinavian interior, Softsrve is where dessert lovers go to appease their ice cream cravings. Most of their ice creams are served in a cup with the addition of theatrical dry ice. If you’re here early, help yourself to the bestselling churros with soft serves. Other lick-worthy selection includes breakfast or fluffy cereal milk and deep chocolate truffles.
2. Cake Jalan Tiung
Anyone who is easily fascinated by beautiful cakes would find Cake Jalan Tiung to be difficult to resist. Adorned with adorable floral piping, thoughtfully-placed fruit slices, and yummy flavours, this local bakery is a popular stopover in Shah Alam. They also served delicious cream puffs, chocolate chip cookies, and cupcakes on the side.
Credit: @cakejalantiung on Instagram
3. Tiny Temptress Artisan Patisserie
We love how the cuteness of this well-known patisserie echoes through its dessert menu. If we can recommend must-try delectables from the menu, we recommend starting with the famed Bear Necessities and The Temptress before moving on to the petite salted egg yolk or bear macaroon. Just prepare yourself for the wave of sweetness you’re about to get.
If you’re into Japanese shaved ice desserts as much as we do, look no further than the popular Kakigori. Situated in Taman Paramount, this little dessert shop is enlivened with brick walls, wooden furnishing, and Japanese-inspired interior notes. Splashed with a variety of flavours, feel free to indulge yourself with generous servings of Hojicha kakigori (with candied chestnuts and kinako milk), Uji Matcha kakigori (with red beans), or the Japanese pumpkin kakigori.
Credit: @kakigori.my on Instagram
This article titled ‘4 Amazing Dessert Cafes in the Klang Valley’ was published on Sevenpie in April 2017. Kindly refer to this link to view from its original publication.