It can get pretty hot and humid in KL. Thankfully, aside from there being plenty of Best Cold Dessert Spots in KL, there are also plenty of places to grab some sweet, cold treats to take your mind off the heat.
Sometimes, you might just crave a little something to round off a meal or a little snack before the sun sets. There’s a sort of dessert renaissance happening in KL. The verdict? It seems that Malaysians just love their dessert.
Looking to satisfy that sweet tooth? Here are some spots to check out if you’re in KL. You might just find that some of them are trending so grab your phone cameras for that insta-worthy shot!
Although not specifically a dessert café. If you like a lively crowd and plenty of chatter (or just a place to hang out), take note. Aside from dishes like chicken chop and pasta, you can also look forward to delicious (and economical) desserts at 123 Gasing. These range from visually simple ‘homemade’ cakes to cakes with fancy aesthetics.
This just might also be one of those Insta-worthy spots so get that camera out!
Expect a chilled out vibe with music (you can even play board games here). Consider trying the Butter/ Banana Cake or Bread and Butter Pudding if you stop by.
Stressed out from work or just need a break?
Looking for tasty, freshly baked Best Cold Dessert Spots in KL while you’re at it? Hideaway is situated in a quiet area (which suits the name).
This Best Cold Dessert Spots in KL can be found in Section 17 (in the vicinity of Happy Mansion). This is sort of like the old quarter of PJ and as such, you might find that it’s remained somewhat of a chilled, laid backflow. Fancy some scrumptious cakes? The Pandan Gula Melaka cake with yummy coconut flakes is popular here. Check it out if ever you’re in the area.
This list probably wouldn’t be complete without leaving a spot for the 6th Avenue Cheesecake at The Tokyo Restaurant. The Tokyo Restaurant, located in the Bukit Bintang area, offers a zen escape from the city’s hustle and bustle with its cozy interior and dimly lit, laid-back atmosphere.
There are plenty of incredible dessert items to try out at this joint, but the scrumptious burnt cheesecake – topped off with a dollop of cream – takes the crown. It’s imperative that you try this number if you ever find yourself in the area.
This strange rainbow bottled concoction has intrigued many patrons. Try it and you’re likely to understand why.
Aptly named Cikedut! by Saripdol – this curious dessert is Best Cold Dessert Spots in KL described as a soft pudding with Paddlepop’s nostalgic butterscotch taste and pastel hues, to be slurped with a thick straw.
Dadih is actually fermented buffalo milk, much like yoghurt; it has become popular in Indonesia but has now hit Malaysia as the famous snack-dadih sedut!
If you have a huge craving for cheesecake in Bukit Damansara, hop over to Huckleberry Food & Fare and grab a slice of their burnt cheesecake.
The texture is smooth enough to melt in your mouth! Huckleberry has loads of other scrumptious offerings too, from freshly baked bread and pretty pastries. Drop by if you’re in the area and looking to satisfy that sweet tooth.
The range of sweet paste varieties produced by Restoran Ruby is traditionally made using the secret recipe of the Kan family, which has been used since 1888. As a first-timer, consider trying their two best sellers: black sesame paste and peanut paste.
The combination of “Cha Wu”, which is peanut and black sesame paste, and “Yin Yong”, which is almond and peanut/almond and black sesame, in one bowl, is one of the shop’s top offers.
Most people who are familiar with Soon Kee Herbal House would likely suggest trying the “Longan Tofu” signature. This refreshing dessert, which mixes tofu cubes with longans, sells fast a lot of the time.
Hot and sunny day? the “Menthol Guiling Herbal Jelly” is another recommendation.
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