The world’s largest French Gastronomy event commences today! The official designated dates for showcasing the…
From Winnie the Pooh-themed macaroons to a full on mermaid toast, it’s hard just thinking of how to eat them. Check out these 5 cute desserts in KL!
Learn how to bake vegetarian focaccia from scratch, decorate with beautiful buttercream piping, and even create your own geode cake.
With croissants, madeleines and mini spinach quiches in the showcase, the new Le Gouter seems like a secret slice of Saint-Etienne in KL.
Walk through the noren at the entrance of Hachi, and you’ll find a bakery-cafe with plenty of heart and passion, promising specialities with a distinctively Japanese touch, tinged with traditional European craftsmanship.
It’s clear that Christine’s is committed to its craft, with a team of bakers who take inspiration from fine-tuned European and Asian influences.
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.
This neighbourhood bakery-cafe might be less than a year old but it harks back to less complicated times
Poised to gain ground among fans of baked fare, this new haven for pastries, cakes & cookies is a labour of love by Sarah, who honed her craft for over 18 months as a home baker before creating her own space to showcase her passion.
Lanterns shaped like cupcakes and ice cream cones, sofas that look like oversize lips, a ‘dance floor’ that lights up with dessert-themed images – this sweets parlour shimmies into Mont Kiara this month, with cute cupcakes as its chief temptation.
The Starling’s latest envoy for cuisine from East and West succeeds in negotiating a diplomatic detente of something for everybody on one menu.
This new baked-fare parlour is helmed by Kak Yani – best known as The Kitchen Guardian, one of KL’s most respected cake makers
Major brownie points for this baked dessert specialist in Pavilion Elite (the new extension of…
From Tokyo-approved yakitori to Shanghai-inspired cocktails, Italian Neapolitan comfort food to Spanish pork grub, authentic Macanese cooking to Hong Kong-style Cantonese cuisine, this month’s roundup of new restaurants leaps across multiple borders and regions.
This Singaporean bakery chain recently launched its first Malaysian branch at The Gardens Mall