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Recommended lists of Best Desserts in Kuala Lumpur, 2019
Burpple Guides, Desserts Best Desserts in KL There's nothing quite as divine as the sweet satisfaction of a good dessert to make things all better. Here are 10 places in town for decadent delights when your sweet tooth acts up. Ready to indulge in moist, airy souffles, Chinese desserts rich in heritage and history, and exceptional French pastries!
Burpple Guides, Spanish, French, Bars, Italian, Date Night, European, Dinner with Drinks, Desserts Bangsar's Best: European Fare When in Bangsar, eat like the Europeans do! From an innovative take on Caesar's salad to traditional bouef bourguignon and delicious saffron-scented paella, this 'little city' envelopes a wealth of European food culture. Find all your inspiration here in this nifty guide to Bangsar's best.
Burpple Guides, Desserts Top 10 Dessert Places in Damansara Uptown This week, we've collaborated with KL-based blogger Spicy Sharon to bring you her top 10 dessert spots in Damansara Uptown PJ.
Cafes & Coffee, Desserts, Japanese, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes And Bars in KL: November 2015 MORE Shibuya honey toasts are here this month alongside cheap and good lunches, a new ramen place serving you the most tender kakuni in town, and more!
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Minimalistic interior and probably have around 10 tables or so. It was packed when we went with a 30 minutes wait. If you’re there for drinks, takeaway would be quicker. In frame: Signature beancurd served with soymilk and 2 toppings (choose from rice balls, grass jelly, pearls or adzuki beans).

Smooth shaved iced with grass jelly and adzuki red beans in the middle and topped with boba and crushed peanuts. Get your cameras ready as it’s being served! :)
The soy ice is already sweeten so we didn’t add the sugar syrup that came with it.

3 eggs, mushrooms, spinach, sun dried tomatoes and mozzarella cheese. Perfect for those on a keto diet! Flavour on point as well.

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Too pretty not to order. Buttery croissant with caramelised banana, berries and coconut nectar. Croissant was way too buttery and overall it was too sweet for all of us.

There's a new and healthy way to enjoy desserts thanks to Soylab's soy milk-centric menu. Order the refreshing Soy Frozen (RM13.50) that sees shaved soy ice topped with grass jelly cubes, adzuki red beans and crushed peanuts. It's served on a dish filled with dry ice, creating the perfect misty backdrop for that epic Instagram shot. The Matcha Red Bean Soyffle Pancake (RM23) is one of the more decadent options, and one that Burppler Alyssia Yu declared to be her favourite in town.
Photo by Burppler Alyssia Yu

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Jump back on the bubble tea bandwagon with Tiger Sugar, famously known for their Brown Sugar Boba Milk Cream Mousse (RM12.90). We hear it’s about a 30-minute wait for these drinks starring warm and chewy brown sugar pearls, but the Burpple community assures it is well worth it. Take Burppler jionghui lim’s advice and shake the cup 15 times before drinking for an even mix.
Photo by Burppler jionghui lim

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Taking its name from the Japanese term for ‘creamy texture’, Namelaka Patisserie crafts sweet treats that are gorgeous and delicious. The desserts are made to look like fruits on the outside, while still packing real fruit pieces within. Try the Pear (RM21) for something light and fragrant – the thin and crispy outer shell encases delicate cream and fresh pear cubes.
Photo by Burppler Ethel Tan

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I don’t understand why it had to be lamb bolog. 🥺 #letsguide #burpple #foreverhungry #singaporeeats #instagood #chope #hungryeatwhat #hungryeatwhere #foodie #foodiesg #hungrygowhere #chope #entertainerapp #sgfood

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📷 In frame: ⁣
Brown Sugar Boba Milk Cream Mousse [RM12.90]⁣

✨: Prior to tasting Tiger Sugar's version of the trendy brown sugar fresh milk, I was told by my friend @ngsara_ that the drink reminded her of cendol. After trying it out for myself, I have to agree. In place of cendol's coconut milk base, Meiji milk was used; and instead of gula Melaka, brown sugar. It's undeniable that the Meiji milk tastes superior to your regular store-bought Farmfresh milk. Compared to The Alley, I much prefer Tiger Sugar's version of the drink which I found refreshing rather than cloying.⁣

💬 The different-sized pearls were nicely cooked and with just the right chew. However, it lacked the good brown sugar flavour I like that is infused in The Alley's pearls. ⁣

I waited for a good 30 minutes before I got my hands on my drink. That said, I would recommend giving it a few weeks for the queue to subside before trying Tiger Sugar. ⁣

Although it's pricier than The Alley, the chances of me getting this again are way higher (big statement coming from someone who's not the biggest fan of brown sugar milk/milk tea!)⁣

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When the craving for something sweet hits, pay a visit to this dessert parlour for their lush, plated desserts. With its lounge-like ambience and cosy vibes, Foo Foo is a great place to catch up with friends over their delicious passion fruit pavlova and housemade ice cream.
Photo by Burppler Carmen Lai

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