Even the best aficionados of dessert-lovers in Malaysia have not had artisanal ice cream this…
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?
The DreamWorks Kung Fu Panda Kitchen offers diners with an all-you-can-eat steamboat feast.
Three Journey takes customers on a complete voyage beyond desserts.
A cafe and florist that not only serves coffee, but Asian rice bowls.
Dealing with a Rubik’s Cube has never been more delicious. Have a go at devouring the colourful yoghurt-based creation by Homuri Homemade Desserts.
Kuching’s gula apong ice cream is now available in the heart of KL – made with nipah palm sugar, these soft serves are mellow and mild, reasonably smooth and natural-tasting, more than faintly evocative of gula melaka.
Touted as Southeast Asia’s first full-fledged vegan ice cream bar, Kind Kones’ philosophy is that everyone should be able to enjoy ice cream.
The Dark Gallery casts a new, relatively refined light on the chocolate experience, allowing for an appreciation of cacao in a nuanced, thoughtful fashion.
A scoop of time-honoured Italian dessert-making tradition, another of savvy Malaysian inventiveness, topped with a…
One of Puchong’s prettiest and friendliest dessert parlours
This post is brought to you in part by CapitaLand Malaysia Mall Trust – The Mines…
The Affogato Guys create surprising twists that deliciously freshen up one of our favourite desserts.
Grab It offers soft serves in Asian flavours like Japanese matcha or Thai cha yen…
Chaplang, an overhaul of the former Butter + Beans – this is currently the sole venue that offers G-Lat, a new range of ice cream in playful Malaysian flavours