Head chef of Champignons and restaurateur, Gary Chang, recently opened his brand new brunch haven…
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Have you ever heard or tried a dessert called Papaya with Bird’s Nest and Steamed Egg White? What about a Belgian waffle with spicy chicken floss?
Love local flavours like Sup Gear Box, Mee Rebus Daging, Ayam Perchik, as well as assorted kuih-muihs? This one’s for you.
Quaint with pretty cakes and good coffee, Miss Ellie Tea house is Taman Melawati’s hidden gem that warrants a visit!
Cakes and desserts that are raw, vegan, and guilt-free? Sign us up!
Learn how to bake vegetarian focaccia from scratch, decorate with beautiful buttercream piping, and even create your own geode cake.
The Morning After’s new menu features bread bowls, crepes, and the trendy charcoal latte.
Aida Daniya’s setting might be its undeniable attraction, perched on a scenic slope of Fraser’s Hill. But its food passes muster too, with hearty fare like fried chicken with chips and cream sauce for lunch, and the obligatory scones, cakes and pies for tea.
Discretely tucked away in Petaling Jaya, Potter’s Cafe offers cakes and coffee in their art gallery.
Little Collins’ 2017 Yuletide selection is full of festive flair: The cakes, their luscious forte, are gorgeous, abounding with meticulously perfected intricacies, scaling the pinnacle of cake craftsmanship.
Malaysian dessert devotees can now enjoy these crystalline cakes for every celebration – courtesy of home baker The Flour Chemistry, in a flurry of fun, fondant-coated flavours.
Baking its own bread and cakes, Avgust might not be the right cafe for the carb-phobic, but the rest of us will find much to savour
Blaq is beautiful: This plush and polished venue ranks among Cheras’ most winsome new cafes of 2017.
Heaps of happy vibes await dessert enthusiasts at My Own Bakes, where the selection swings…