Food is becoming more creative than you could ever imagine in Malaysia. Here are 7 hippest desserts & snacks in town that you must try in order to stay up to date with the food evolution.
If you do not know what an Eggette is, it is in other term called egg waffle and it is named after its spherical egg-based shapes. Eggu is a dessert café that specializes in Eggette. At Eggu, the must-try is no other than the Eggette Fusion served with flavoured softserve and crispy Eggette. However, you may opt for just the Eggette alone, if you prefer something lighter.
3rd Floor Atria Shopping Gallery
Mon – Sun: 11.00am – 9.30pm
2) Fish-Shaped Waffle Ice Cream
Inspired by the Korean Bungeoppang, Café Aboong serves softserve yogurt ice cream in a fish-shaped waffle cone. While the belly of the ‘fish’ is filled with smooth yogurt ice cream, you can choose other sides to go along with it. Every ‘fish’ is also paired with a mixed fruit chocolate skewer which makes it even more interesting.
Visit Aboong Malaysia:
49(Ground floor), Jalan SS15/8a, 47500 Subang Jaya
Mon-Sun: 11.00am – 11.00pm
3) Salted Egg Yolk Croissant
The salted egg yolk croissant was an instant hit when it was first introduce by the Le Bread Days Café. While the hype has toned down a lil, it remains one of the must-try snacks in town if you have not tried it. Why the hype? Just imagine crunching a warm croissant to be tantalized by the sudden burst of molten egg yolk custard. Now that’s something.
Visit Le Bread Days:
68, Jalan SS 2/72, Seksyen 19, 46300 Petaling Jaya
Mon-Sun: 7.30am – 10pm
4) Cotton-Candy-Cloud Coffee
While coffee served with cotton candy is not the newest concept in town, it remains of the hippest ways of having your coffee served. Thanks to its Instagram-worthiness and fairy-tale-like looks that never fail to make one smiles. One of those cafes that serve good coffee of this kind would be Lepaq Lepaq Café and they call it Rainy Day Coffee instead. If you have not tried it, then you are definitely not a hipster.
Visit Lepaq Lepaq Café:
Lot 687,Jalan Ceylon Sekyen 57,Kuala Lumpur
Mon-Sun: 10am – 8pm
5) Messed-Up Beverages
As the name suggests, the messed-up beverages guarantee to leave your taste buds in a messed up condition with different messy flavours. One of the most outstanding members of the messed-up family would be the Nutella with hints of hazelnut awesomeness. Looks hip for sure but seriously that messed up? Drop by at Coffee Societe and give it a try!
Visit Coffee Societe:
Publika, Block D4, Level G3, Unit 3A, Jalan Dutamas 1, Solaris Dutamas, Kuala Lumpur.
Mon-Fri: 8.30am – 11.00pm
Sat-Sun: 10.30am – 11.0pm
6) Shibuya Honey Toast
Many thought Shibuya Honey Toast is something that looks or tastes like French toast. However, what it is, is far more delightful than just that. It is a kind of dessert with toast originated from Japan. The toast is carved, sliced into cubes and reassembled together with options like whipped cream, berries, ice creams and more. One of those cafes specializing in Shibuya Honey Toast would be Haruju-Cube located at Empire Damansara.
103 Level 1, Empire Damansara, Damansara Perdana, Jalan PJU 8/8, 47820 Petaling Jaya.
Tues-Sun: 11.00am to 11pm (12am on Fri and Sat)
7) Soft Gelato in choux pastry (surrounded by cotton candy)
Invented by Every Sundae – by Cielo Dolci, this unique combination gathers soft gelato, choux pastry and cotton candy into one single trendy serving. While soft gelato is something of a crossover between soft serve and gelato, the result is lip-smacking. Especially when the flavours are more than you can imagine – such as Thai Coconut + salted egg yolk.
Visit Every Sundae:
9, Jalan SS 21/37, Damansara Utama.
Mon-Sun: 1.00pm to 11pm
Closed on Tuesday