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Lot I-1A, Taman Tunku, Bukit Tunku
Kuala Lumpur 50480

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08:00am - 07:00pm

08:00am - 07:00pm

08:00am - 07:00pm

08:00am - 07:00pm

08:00am - 07:00pm

08:00am - 07:00pm

08:00am - 07:00pm

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It is enormous! Flavour is on point, with the pepper seasoning that gives you a nice spicy kick!

It has every ingredient that I would love to have on my dessert... but when everything is put together it turned out to be "mehhh"... Can hardly taste any caramel... And the body of the cheesecake is not cheesy enough to be called a cheesecake.

When you’re indecisive of getting what to eat. I love this neighbourhood café that serve amazing pastries. Highly recommended the spinach & goat cheese tart. Fluffy puff pastry topped with creamy chopped spinach and goat cheese. Rm15 per slice.


Strudels are a traditional Austrian pastry made from flaky pastry, which can be served sweet when filled with fruit and sweetened cream, or savoury.

The peach strudel at Kenny Hills Bakers were quite sizeable, with peaches and a sweetened Chantilly cream as its base. The cream wasn't overtly sweet, with extra crispy and flaky pastry giving it a nice firm texture. This dessert alone is worth the visit.

💵 RM16.00 / portion
💫 5 / 5
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I love pastries so much I really do. As I was choosing which one to get for the day, this lady came over and interrupted my thoughts. She started suggesting what I should get based on what she usually orders. Mind you, she's not a complete stranger to me as I've seen her before the previous time I was there. I recognised her because I remembered she went home with boxes of pastries, thinking she must be having some sort of party.

She did the same when she came and talked to me. Party, party. She recommended all the different types of things I should try, along with the main ones (pizza and sandwiches).

I ended up with this key lime pie as she mentioned that it was her favourite (she said she will pay for it if I didn't like it). Of course I loved it. At RM10, I thought it was a pretty reasonable price.

The base of the tart was a tad bit too hard though, maybe from all the chilling earlier (it was an hour before closing, so go figure). The taste of the lime was so strong though it blended well with the cream (?), so it wasn't very sour.

It was a good choice. I want to come back and try the other tarts. So tempted to do it today.. yes, this trip was yesterday.


(4/5) Hmm..Finally found another good croissant!! Wheewwit!! RM7

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