Start with a spinach-ricotta quiche (RM12), then celebrate the birth of this new baked-fare parlour by Kak Yani – best known as The Kitchen Guardian, one of KL’s most respected cake makers – by sharing hefty slices of her Russian-inspired Medovik layered honey cake (RM12), classic British Victoria sponge sandwich (RM15), and a Rose Pistachio cake that targets local flavour preferences (RM15).

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There are reasons Kak Yani’s reputation precedes her, and you’ll taste them in these treats – sumptuously moist but still crumbly, dense yet nonetheless delicate, skilfully balanced with a crowd-pleasing craftsmanship – that’ll linger pleasantly in the memory, now available in a peppy, sunshine-inundated space that’s poised to sell out routinely.

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Location & Details

Address: G-3A, Saville at Melawati, 2 Jalan Kolam Air, Taman Desa Melawati, Kuala Lumpur.
Hours: Mon-Wed, Fri-Sat, 11am-4pm.
Find: View directory for The Hyacinth Cafe by The Kitchen Guardian here.

10 Comments Leave a comment

  1. Katie Chong January 17, 2017 Subscriber

    I moz medovik @torterylinda

  2. Deen's Son January 11, 2017 Subscriber

    Arie Hanny

  3. Christopher Mohd Yusuf Brown January 11, 2017 Subscriber

    Nursyara Caa Rosly

  4. Bernadette Anne Fernandez January 10, 2017 Subscriber

    Robina Monjori Leo, let’s go!

  5. ShaiLa Ja January 8, 2017 Subscriber

    Amy Medovik!

  6. Doris Teoh January 5, 2017 Subscriber

    Joanne Sin Grace YL Yee

  7. Melissa Cheah January 5, 2017 Subscriber

    Rosanne Tan Tea next week?

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