Softcore Molten Cake Co.

98 Wishlisted
~RM25/pax
A cafe in Bandar Sunway that serves molten lava cakes in 11 different flavours and various other food and drinks selections such as pastas, burgers, grilled cheese sandwiches, rice bowls & milkshakes!

Jalan PJS 11/7, Bandar Sunway
56
Petaling Jaya 46150

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Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 11:30pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 11:30pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

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It. Tastes. AmAZING!
Once cut open, thick, rich and gooey chocolate flows out. Pairing it with the cake and ice cream is just heavenly.
Price point, however, I felt the cake was too small to be worth the price (~RM17).

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Desserts = short term happy pills if you can’t go travelling anytime soon. Who’s with me ? 🙆🏻‍♀️
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20 minutes waiting time (stated in the menu), which I think is reasonably ok since it’s being prepared upon ordering. The cafe is also famous for its salted egg yolk molten cake too, which I’ve tried earlier and it was equally good! .
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💰:RM18
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Located at double storey shoplot/ factory, surrounded by car workshops, and its right behind Garage 51

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On the side note, kinda miss those days that are carefree and hopping to those newly open cafes like nobody business. Guess that’s how adulthood change our life. But still, always appreciate and be grateful of what I had today. *pat shoulder. ☺️

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White chocolate matcha lava with red bean puree, candied calamansi, sesame tuile and vanilla ice cream. Visually pleasing with lava oozing out. Matcha flavour wasn’t prominent, red bean puree was lumpy and tasteless, sesame tuille was hard but fragrant. Although each element could use some improvement, it was still an acceptable dessert.

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6 lunch deal choices on the menu for an average of RM15. It comes with soft drinks or you can add on RM5 for Vietnamese coffee and RM7 for espresso based coffee.
In frame: Aglio Olio Linguine w/ breaded chicken (RM15.5). Pasta was slightly under, a bit too oily and the flavour somehow reminds me of chicken rice. On the other hand, crispy chicken was flavourful, but sliced quite too thinly.

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Diced chicken w/ egg whites, sriracha mayo, cheddar and mozzarella cheese. It's served with a side of salad and fries.
This sorta feels like a healthy sandwich with cheesy goodness. Generous filling of tasty chicken and egg but sriracha mayo was very subtle.

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