If you have watched the Beauty and the Beast movie, there was a scene where Belle and the castle workers sang and danced in the kitchen. What attracted me the most in that scene were the decorated cakes and pastries as they seemed scrumptious and real to me!

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If you catch yourself craving for those sweet treats, here are 12 bakeries in Kuala Lumpur that will definitely have you drooling 🤤

1. Souka

Located in TTDI, Kuala Lumpur, the Souka Bake Shop houses freshly- baked cakes and homemade desserts. If you find yourself craving for sweet treats, make sure to drop by at Souka!

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Stepping into Souka, you will definitely be impressed by their fine selection of classic desserts. The people behind Souka use high- quality and 100% halal ingredients to create their delicacies.

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Make sure to try out their to-die-for pavlova once you’re there!

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Contact: +603 7732 2248 | Website | Facebook | Instagram
Address: 15, Lorong Rahim Kajai 13, Taman Tun Dr Ismail

2. Dotty’s Pastries & Coffee

Started in January 2016 in TTDI, Dotty’s is not a stranger among the locals in Kuala Lumpur. Well- known for their delicious pastries and various artisanal breads, it is not a surprise that there is barely an empty table in the restaurant.

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One of their best- selling delicacies is their salted egg yolk cronuts. The hybrid of a croissant and a doughnut, these babies go on sale every day at noon and sell out in a blink of an eye.

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Known for its velvety and smooth texture of the salted egg yolk mix, you will definitely be begging for more after one bite.

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Contact: +603 7733 4233 | Facebook | Instagram
Address: 20, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2, Taman Tun Dr Ismail

Disclaimer: While the bakery itself is not certified halal, halal-certified ingredients are used and no alcohol is served.

3. The Bread Shop, Bukit Damansara

Owned by Peng Merican, the Bread Shop isn’t your typical bakery. From freshly- baked white bread to cranberry walnut, it is going to be a tough one for you to choose!

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Customers keep coming back here for their cruffins! A cross between a croissant and muffin, the cruffins served at The Bread Shop come in five flavours- lemon, chocolate, salted caramel, cherry and peanut caramel.

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Are you catching yourself drooling already? If yes, tag along a friend and visit the place now! Not to fret as their breads and pastries are 100% Halal too.

Contact: +603 2093 8734 | Facebook | Instagram
Address: 11, Jalan Setiakasih, Bukit Damansara

Disclaimer: While the bakery itself is not certified halal, halal-certified ingredients are used and no alcohol is served.

4. Kenny Hills Bakers

Owned by a local film- maker, Au Tai Hon, the Kenny Hills Bakers have now become one of the top places for breakfast. Situated in the tranquil side of Taman Tunku, they are known for their hand- crafted sourdough loaves and other breads that are made with stone- ground organic flour.

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The moment you step inside the patisserie, you will be greeted by the irresistible fragrance of their freshly- baked delicacies.

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Some of the recommended pastries would be their ever so popular peach strudel, their signature Viet banh mi as well as the key lime pie!

Contact: +603 6206 4111 | Facebook | Instagram
Address: 63, Jalan Langgak Tunku, Taman Tunku

Disclaimer: While the bakery itself is not certified halal, halal-certified ingredients are used and no alcohol is served.

5. Swich Café, Publika

“Some of the best cakes in the city have come out of the ovens at Swich.”- TimeOut KL. Well- known for their creative and innovative cakes like the famous Cempedak Tutti Frutti Cake and Musang King Durian mud pie, this is one of the bakeries that is worth visiting.

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Most of the desserts and confectionaries at the Swich Café are created with popular familiar flavours, including local fruits. Some of them include the Ciku cake, Chilled Dragonfruit Cheesecake and so much more.

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So, if you cannot choose between having cakes or fruits, don’t worry! Come over to Swich to get the best of both worlds cause they’re not just any fruitcake.

Contact: +603 6211 7877 Website | Facebook | Instagram
Address: Level G3, Publika Shopping Gallery, Solaris Dutamas No. 1, Jalan Dutamas

Disclaimer: While the bakery itself is not certified halal, halal-certified ingredients are used and no alcohol is served.

6. Tommy Le Baker

 This tiny bakery isn’t just any ordinary bakery. The owner of Tommy Le Baker, Tommy Lee, ensures that the breads at the café go through a long fermentation process. This is to nurture a better taste in the breads.

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The tiny bakery also offers a wide range of desserts, sandwiches and coffees. Lovers of breads and pastries, this is a place that you definitely cannot miss out on.

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If you are looking for a nutritious yet healthy kind of bread, the sourdough bread is just the right one for you. Come to Tommy Le Baker to enjoy hot and freshly- baked ones!

Contact: +603 4043 2546 | Website | Facebook
Address: A-1-3A, Viva Residency, Jalan Suppiah Pillay, 3rd Mile Jalan Ipoh

Disclaimer: While the bakery itself is not certified halal, halal-certified ingredients are used and no alcohol is served.

7. Cake, Jalan Tiung

 Starting out as home bakers, owners Shafinaz and Hidzad opened up Cake Jalan Tiung as their customers began to expand over the years.

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The folks at Cake Jalan Tiung are also known to offer cakes with funny and unique names- like Cheese Bedebah!, Samseng Kg. Pandang and Handsome Boyfriend!

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One of the crowd’s favourite is the Tiung Chocolate Mess- made with a mixture of chocolate cake chunks, meringue, cream, strawberries and a shot of either milk or coffee. It sounds weird until you actually taste it!

Contact: +6012 878 7258 Facebook | Instagram
Address: 31, Jalan Tengku Ampuan Zabedah J 9/J, Seksyen 9, Shah Alam

8. Fluff Bakery

Known as the Queen of cupcakes in Singapore, Fluff Bakery was recently opened in the heart of Kuala Lumpur! Their cupcakes are popular as they are made with fillings!

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Some of their crowd- pleasers include the Nutella Red Velvet as well as the Putri Salat. Can you imagine biting a cupcake as the Nutella fillings start to ooze out of it, silky and warm into your mouth? Oh yes, I can!

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One of the best parts about this bakery is that their menu changes every two weeks. So, expect more local flavours and eye- catching toppings when you’re at Fluff! Ondeh- ondeh, the tarik, apam balik jagung, you name it!

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Address: 32G, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2, Taman Tun Dr Ismail

9. Ben’s Bake Shop

 Located within the Ben’s Independent Grocer in Publika, this small bakery is nothing but a small counter. However, the delightful treats and cakes that they serve are definitely impressive!

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If you are expecting something different than the usual bread and pastries, this is where the KLonut appears!

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Known to be a localised version of the famous cronut, the flaky and crumbly KLonut comes in three flavours- Peanut Butter and Salted Caramel, Lemon Meringue and Hazelnut Custard.

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Address: 1, Jalan Dutamas 1, Solaris Dutamas

Disclaimer: While the bakery itself is not certified halal, halal-certified ingredients are used and no alcohol is served.

10. Jaslyn Cakes

Jaslyn Cakes is owned by Jaslyn Rangson, who opened up her bakery in 2014. From cakes to organic teas, they are all made without any artificial ingredients! Talking about going au natural!

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As you step into the bakery, you will be welcomed with the sweet, mesmerizing smell of vanilla and everything nice.

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Check out some of their delicacies over the counter like the banana yoghurt loaves, butterscotch blondies and their vanilla bean cheesecake.

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Don’t forget to try their custard donuts! This treat is injected with the silky, luscious custard with specks of real vanilla. It is definitely something that you don’t want to miss out on!

Contact: +603 2202 2868 | Website | Facebook | Instagram
Address: 7A, Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar Baru

Disclaimer: While the bakery itself is not certified halal, halal-certified ingredients are used and no alcohol is served.

11. The Loaf Unfortunately, The Loaf is now closed permanently. ☹️

Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, The Load is a Japanese- concept bakery that is owned by our former Prime Minister, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad. The breads and pastries are freshly- made daily from the finest ingredients by using traditional Japanese techniques.

 By using traditional Japanese techniques, their breads are freshly- made every day- from soft to hard breads, like Moon, Fuwa and Black Beauty.
One of their specialties offered is the Oyaki- a dumpling made from fermented buckwheat dough, which is then wrapped and roasted on an iron pan. Here at The Loaf, the Oyaki comes in 12 different flavours- including sausage cheese, passion fruit cream cheese and also red bean coconut!

Contact: +603 2145 3036  | Website | Facebook | Instagram
Address: 168, Bukit Bintang Street, Bukit Bintang

After looking at these places, do you find yourself drooling?

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If you’re looking like dear Spongebob here, it’s time to hit the pedals and hit up these bakeries! 😍


  • Nice. this post surely helps a lot of muslims out there.. I was browsing to know halal status for a specific bakery actually but its not on this list...but nvm. :)
    • Hi Mie! We're really glad that you found our content helpful! :) Perhaps you could share with us the name of the bakery that you're looking for! It might help others who are interested to know the halal status of the bakery as well! :)
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