8 Halal Cafes In KL & Selangor For All Your Pastry And Dessert Needs


Ili •  Oct 24, 2020

[Updated 17 January 2021]

With several states and federal territories in Malaysia going through a second MCO (Movement Control Order), many are staying home during the two-week order to comply with social distancing measures. For some, this means putting a pause on their weekly fix of croissants, cakes and more. If you happen to be one of them, the good news is that you can still enjoy them from the comfort of your own home! Just take a look at our list of halal cafes in KL and Selangor that are open for delivery ?

1. Cake Jalan Tiung

With a weekly rotation of yummy bakes, the folks at Cake Jalan Tiung are known to offer desserts with rather unique names. For this week, you can look forward to their Breezy Sue Pavlova (which runs out quick!), Samseng Kg. Pandan or the newly-released, Mary Poppins - a vanilla poppy seed and lemon cake. So if you fancy any of these delicious desserts, make sure to place an order for delivery through their website between 11AM to 6PM.

Note: Do note that their Seksyen 9 outlet is temporarily closed.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: Jalan Sukun 4/7, Seksyen 4, Shah Alam, Malaysia 40000

Order via: Cake Jalan Tiung website

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2. Gula Cakery

With over 50 cake flavours to choose from including Durian Burnt Cheesecake, Strawberry Momofuku Cake and Chocolate Banana Loaf, Gula Cakery is a dessert wonderland that'll fix your sweet tooth cravings right up. They offer free delivery service for areas in Shah Alam and Kota Kemuning. With two slots available daily, make sure to WhatsApp them to place your orders (no minimum purchase required). If you happen to be living in Damansara, check out Gula Cakery, Tropicana Gardens for free deliveries in that area!

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: 11, Jln Anggerik Aranda BG 31/BG, 40460 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia

Order via: WhatsApp (+6011-1635 3232)

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3. Apronfools

You can always expect something unique and mouthwatering from Apronfools based on their weekly rotation of baked goods. But for the time being, they're rolling out a 3-day window of selected desserts and you can check out their menu for this weekend right here! You can also check out @hooraybyapronfools for desserts if you're planning to throw a party of any kind at home.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: 27, Jalan USJ 2/2C, 47620 Subang Jaya, Selangor

Order via: WhatsApp (+6012-627 0501)

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4. Sugar and I

From fresh bakes like cinnamon rolls and cream puffs to decadent cakes like berry pavlova, Nutella cheesecake and peanut butter gateaux, you're bound to find something at Sugar and I that'll suit your taste. In fact, their entire menu is quite honestly mouthwatering so the only real challenge here is not what you choose - it's how many ? Treat yourself this weekend from the comfort of your own home and click this link right here to start ordering their yummy bakes.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: 110, Jalan SS14/1, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Order via: Beepit

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5. FaSo Patisserie

Craving some French pastries? FaSo Patisserie has got your back! Whether your taste buds are calling for madeleines, croissants, brioches or flans, you can be rest assured to have all these and more delivered right to your doorstep. They're currently offering weekend combos where you can get a box full of delicious pastries and enjoy with your family. Simply shoot them a WhatsApp message to order and get more details on delivery charges.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: D-G-07 Sunsuria Forum, Setia Alam, 40170 Shah Alam, Selangor

Order via: WhatsApp (+6019-486 1231)


6. Hyacinth Bakery

Owned by beloved lawyer-turned-baker Yani Othman (@thekitchenguardian), The Hyacinth Cafe was originally a small home business before it grew leaps and bounds into a brick-and-mortar cafe in Desa Melawati. Now, it has plenty of dessert offerings that are rotated on a regular basis. If you're eyeing their Victoria sandwich, pandan gula Melaka cake or lemon loaf, remember to save some room for other savoury delights such as croissant sandwiches and quiches. Their doughnuts are a popular offering too!

Note: They're still in the midst of sorting out their website for online purchasing and delivery. They highly recommend arranging your own delivery through MrSpeedy, GoGetMalaysia, Lalamove and Bungkusit with cars as a mode of carriage.

Read more about The Hyacinth Cafe and its yummy offerings here.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: G-3A Saville@Melawati, 2 Jalan Kolam Air, Desa Melawati, 53100 Kuala Lumpur

Order via: WhatsApp (+6017 870 6985)

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7. Pastribella Bakeshop

You won't have to worry about limited choices when it comes to picking desserts at Pastribella Bakeshop. In fact, there are plenty of other awesome items offered here besides the usual classics like churros and banana nutella rolls! You can even order yourself a full meal here too with mains such as pasta, hearty rice dishes and more ?

Read more about Pastribella Bakeshop in our write-up here.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: D3-04-03, Level 4, Tamarind Square, Cyberjaya, 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor

Order via:Online

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8. Souka Bakeshop

Originally beginning as a small shop located in TTDI, Souka Bakeshop makes freshly-baked cakes and homemade desserts. The people behind Souka use high- quality and 100% halal ingredients to create their delicacies and you'll definitely be impressed by the selection of classic desserts they have to offer. If you're a first-time customer, make sure to try out their to-die-for pavlova!

Halal status: Muslim-owned


  • Subang outlet: No. 53, Jalan SS 15/5a, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor
  • 15 Lorong Rahim Kajai 13 Taman Tun Dr Ismail 60000 KL

Order via: GrabFood, Foodpanda

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