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Best Desserts in Damansara Uptown

Best Desserts in Damansara Uptown

Get your dessert tummy ready for the best sugary treats in buzzy Damansara Uptown! From fluffy Shibuya-style honey toast to soy milk desserts and delectable egg tarts, here are eight spots to feed your sweet tooth.
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Whipping up desserts perfect for all ages, this is the place to be for your next after-dinner treat with the family. We’re big fans of the always-good flavour pairings like in the Chocoreto (RM21.90), chocolate pancake layered with caramel, chocolate bananas and chocolate soil. On waffles, the Yin Yang Waffle (RM23.90) offers the best of both worlds – a harmonious blend of classic and charcoal waffles with minty mango and sweet strawberry compote.
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This Japanese dessert cafe has everything under the sun — from kakigori to mille crepes — but the star has to be the Shibuya-style honey toasts. Take the signature Shibuya Honey Toast (RM18.90), thick and fluffy sugar-crusted toast drizzled in honey and crowned with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, plus an extra on the side for good measure – simple yet delicious. Each order comes pre-cut into ready-to-eat pieces, which makes it easy to share with the table. The Chocolate Strawberry Toast (RM22.90) is another crowd-pleaser, loved for its Belgian chocolate toast piled with fresh strawberries.
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A haven for matcha and hojicha lovers, Tsujiri offers an array of premium Japanese teas and desserts. The Matcha (RM8.90) and Hojicha (RM8.90) soft serves are bestsellers, which Burppler Chin Shen Lin praises for the perfectly smooth texture. Also good is the Chiffon Cake Parfait (RM16.90), served in a cup stacked with matcha ice cream, chiffon cake, red bean paste and cornflakes.
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Looking for a late night spot to hang with the gang? Bookmark this cosy joint that opens till 1am for after-meal kakigori. Service is excellent and portions are good for sharing. Albeit working of a compact menu, the team dole out delightful stuff like the Classic Taro Mochi & Grass Jelly (RM16) that sees grass jelly kakigori topped with taro mochi, pearls, red bean and drizzled in brown sugar fresh milk sauce. Milk teas are available too, and a must-have on Burppler Kate Mun Yi's list is the Iron Lady Tea Grass Jelly Milk Tea (RM10) that rocks deliciously smoky notes.
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Nestled in The Starling Mall, this stalwart bakery cafe known for good grub is also a hit for sweets! For those with a sweet tooth, the caramelised Portuguese Egg Tart (RM4.30) scores for its super buttery crust and rich custard – this will go well with a Long Black (RM11.90). On hot days, get their yummy soft serve to help you cool off. The Chocolate (RM6) is creamy yet light, while the Vanilla (RM6) is just the right level of sweetness.
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Run by MasterChef Asia 2015 runner-up Marcus Low, this minimalist spot takes sweet treats down an experimental path – think funky sweet and savoury combinations. From fruit tarts to plated desserts, there is much to try, so bring your girlfriends along and spoil yourselves silly. First-timers, go with the Watermelon & Asam Boi Tart (RM15) that's sweet, sour and all kinds of refreshing. If you’re here in time for the specials (after 7pm), don’t miss the unique Claypot Rice (RM15) dessert — a combo of glutinous rice and warm barley pudding, bamboo leaf foam and rice milk snow ice, served in a claypot.
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Don’t let the crowds sway your intent to swing by Soylab. The desserts are made with non-GMO beans, sans preservatives or additives, so the wait for these yummy and good-for-you desserts is worth it. Go with the community-favourite Shuai Beancurd (RM9.50) that sees both the signature beancurd and soy milk served with two toppings — your choice runs from glutinous rice balls to grass jelly cubes. Purists will enjoy the Signature Soymilk drink (from RM7) with homemade sugar syrup.
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Get spoiled for ice cream choice at the fairly new Crème De La’ Crème – flavours range over 15 hits, like Madagascar Ash and Pandan Kaya Toast (from RM10.90 each). To try a medley, the Tasting Platter (RM16.90) gives you four mini cones of any flavour. There are also lush, uniquely shaped ice cream cakes not to be missed – one resembles a dim sum basket! Chocolate fans, go with Burppler Joey Tin's rec for Da Bomb! (RM25), which combines 63 percent dark chocolate and Madagascar Ash ice cream with chocolate hazelnut praline ganache and gold almond crumble.
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