T-023, 052 & 053, Third Floor, Mid Valley Megamall
Lingkaran Syed Putra, Mid Valley City
Kuala Lumpur 59200

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10:00am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Why doesn't our little red dot have a magnum cafe ?!?!?! Here is yesterday's creation with chilli flakes, crushed Oreos and raisins. Still looking for the perfect combo- maybe the gold nuggets instead of boring Oreos ?

Classic vanilla ice cream; Dark chocolate; Goji berries, chopped almonds, chocolate crunch pearls; White chocolate drizzle;


This was taken back in September during my trip to Kuala Lumpur when I found my way to the pristine and opulent-looking Magnum Café.

Pictured here are Death By Chocolate and Cookie Skillet, each priced at RM18 I believe. It's unfortunate that the picture does not do justice to these desserts, but these easily reached new heights of sinful. Let me put it into perspective – a warm, molten, gooey, melty, chocolatey cookie or brownie – baked to an estimated size of a lasagne. If that does not sound like something that is meant to be shared among a few people, then I'm afraid you'll need to reevaluate that impression! I couldn't get through half the Cookie Skillet without feeling stuffed. The word in my language that best fits that sensation is jelak.

In a nutshell, I'll admit that I felt defeated. Nonetheless, it was quite the cathartic experience getting to try this! I am all for recommending anyone, especially chocolate connoisseurs, a go at this place. Just…don't overestimate your appetite. 😉 (7/10)


Pairing strawberries and balsamic vinegar is a no-brainer. With ice cream and mascarpone cream in the picture, the addition of honey to the balsamic was a thoughtful tweak to temper the acidity a little, allowing it to better fit into the ensemble while still providing the much needed tanginess. I initially thought that the cashew meringue would make this cloyingly sweet, but I really liked its roasted nuttiness! This definitely fared better than the disappointing molten lava cake (Magnum Death By Chocolate, RM32), which was more kueh-like than cake in consistency.
p.s. While this was rather well-balanced, it's still impossible to eat on your own. Make sure you bring 2-3 more friends to share it with!


The atas magnum designed in a very nice presentation when serving but it's in a small portion to name it as dessert! Anyway, the most expensive one costs up to MYR77. Good for a try and the one in photo is the red velvet which is not too sweet and just right that to say it's delicious!