Top 10 Dessert Places in Damansara Uptown

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.
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Tsujiri is one of the newest dessert hotspots to hit Damansara Uptown, serving its popular matcha and houjicha soft serve alongside an array of premium Japanese teas and desserts. For a good introduction to what they have, go for the Signature Tsujiri Parfait (RM16.50). While the red bean paste at the bottom could be creamier, the green tea flavour was intense — in a pleasant way — and left a luxurious bittersweet aftertaste with every mouthful.

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Topped with butter and sugar, the Original Shibuya Honey Toast (RM16) is delectably crusty on the outside, yet fluffy and soft inside. Paired with vanilla ice cream and whipped cream, it is a simple but no less delicious sweet treat. Portion sizes are generous too, so bring a friend!

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Bored of the usual sweet desserts? Try Lolita’s Revenge (RM20) — its experimental combination of flavours is unconventional, to say the least. To eat this, first poke through the molten lava cake on top to let the lemon scented white chocolate centre flow onto the Thai herb-infused panna cotta, spicy ‘sand’ and vanilla ice cream. Take a big courageous bite of adventure!

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I love durian cakes — I am quintessentially Malaysian like that. They call theirs Aroma Therapy (RM15) and it is delectable. The chiffon layers are fluffy and the durian cream layered between is subtle but so addictive. It’s definitely one of those that will make you come back for seconds!

The S'mores Pie (RM10.50) is probably one of the most memorable dessert pies I've had at A Pie Thing. The dainty marshmallows were lightly toasted to a gooey perfection, and scattered across a bed of warm, melted chocolate. What else can one possibly need on a rainy day?

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This massive Mango Cheese Bingsu (RM16.90) is a gorgeous bowl of caramelised mangoes, cubes of perfectly baked cheesecake, raisins and a scoop of mango ice cream. What wow-ed me the most was the texture of the shaved ice, which struck the perfect balance between flaky and milky. It is definitely one of the best bingsus I’ve had.

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One of the newest additions to Softsrve's menu, the After Dinner (RM17) features rich chocolate and salted caramel ice cream, layered with all sorts of sweet treats like raspberry crunch and chocolate brownie bites. The caramel sauce comes in a loaded plastic syringe — fun!

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I have visited Every Sundae on several occasions and am amazed by how they style their desserts in so many creative ways. I personally named this Dreamy Impression (RM15). Crisp Belgian waffles, vanilla bean soft serve ice cream and a topping of fluffy candy clouds. Yum.

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Dal.Komm's signature Grapefruit Bingsu (RM12.90) is exactly the kind of treat designed for scorching days. As the bingsu is more tart than sweet, every spoonful felt incredibly refreshing. If you prefer something more dessert-like, try the Apple Crumble Bingsu (RM15.90), which is sweeter, richer and wonderfully textured, thanks to its toppings of biscuit crumbs, vanilla ice cream and whipped cream.

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Bring out the beach umbrellas please! True to all the good reviews I have heard, the Signature Sangkaya (RM10.50) is terrific. The sundae combines three mini scoops of coconut ice cream, shreds of fresh coconut at the bottom, and unlimited refills of six different types of toppings. Every mouthful is a good balance of creamy and refreshing, with a good mix of textures.

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