19, Jalan SS 21/60
Petaling Jaya 47400

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12:00pm - 10:00pm


12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

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Dive deep into the fantasy world of Marcus Low, the runner-up of Masterchef Asia 2015, for a witty, innovative take on desserts. Take the refreshing Watermelon and Asam Boi Tart (RM15) for example. The tart is filled with asam boi custard and topped with a thick watermelon slice. The Bubur Cha Char (RM23) is another must-try, where a deconstructed take on the local classic sees a moist sweet potato cake topped with pumpkin brûlée, sago pearls, gula Melaka foam and a silky scoop of bubur cha cha ice cream. Ps. The plated deserts are only available after 7pm!
Photo by Burppler Shun Teoh

While it might not look like your regular bowl of bubur chacha, but close your eyes and take a bite and it’ll taste like the same thing. His deconstructed version sees bubur chacha ice cream on a sweet potato cake, topped with pumpkin brulee, coconut pearls and gula Melaka foam. Delicious!

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A forever favourite here! I personally really enjoy how Marcus’s desserts are borderline savoury like this tart – the tartness from the asam boi is super prominent while the watermelon is there to provide more freshness than sweetness. Amazing butter crust as well!

I would like to formally thank Mr. Marcus Low for his creations. Here, you won’t be able to find typical cakes and pastries. The Masterchef Asia runner-up does not do typical. His plated desserts and tarts are served with STYLE.
Here we have a deconstructed Bubur Cha Cha, the well-loved traditional dessert.
Brûléed pumpkin, sago-like pearls and smooth coconut ice cream stacked on top of a moist sweet potato cake, then joined by a gula Melaka foam on the side.
Every single elements played a role, and I love how there was a right balance between sweet and savoury.
Close your eyes and maybe you’ll be deceived into thinking you’re having a warm bowl of bubur cha cha instead of this beautifully presented plated dessert. 11/10 will have this again!

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.
Photo by Burppler Melanie Yu

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Masterchef alumnus Marcus Low's creations were really delish. We shared 3 cakes - yam + pine nut, chocolate + calamansi, watermelon + asam boi. My favourite's choc + calamansi, the tartness of the calamansi curd in the middle is lovely with the dark chocolate. Yam lovers will love the yam mousse plus the crunchy pine nut base. Watermelon + asam boi is very good too, even though I'm not an asam boi fan. Overall not too sweet and a lovely little spot for a sweet tooth. Too bad their special desserts are only available at night!