Halal Unique Dessert Spots In KL & Selangor That'll Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth Cravings

10 Halal Unique Dessert Spots In KL & Selangor That'll Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth Cravings


Shahida Ab Rahman •  Jan 06, 2023

We always debate whether or not desserts are worth the calories, but some desserts really are just too good to pass. Just like how the world continues to develop and technology gets more advanced with each passing day, desserts also get sweeter and even more innovative! If you’re always on the search for special desserts that aren’t just delicious but also a treat for the eyes, these places are just the place for you!

1. Naj & Belle

Just a 3-minute walk from SS15 LRT station, accessibility is definitely on Naj & Belle's side. Situated on the ground floor of SS15 Courtyard, this cafe is better known for its signature Watermelon Cake that is layered with fresh watermelon, cream, and strawberries. It's a refreshing twist to the usual fruit cakes and one bite is all it takes for you to fall in love with a unique creation. Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Open daily; 10AM-10PM Address: Ground floor, SS15 Courtyard, SS 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor Contact: +603 5612 7078 Facebook | Instagram

 2. Mykori Dessert Cafe

With over 80 outlets across Malaysia, make your way to Mykori Dessert Cafe where yummy treats await! Have a go at their croissant taiyaki, which comes with different sweet and savoury fillings like red bean as well as chicken slices and cheese. Then try their famous Japanese shaved ice dessert named Kakigori. We recommend trying the Mount Fuji Kakigori where the yoghurt shaved ice is topped with fresh strawberry, mango and almond. Halal status: Halal-certified Outlet details: Click here for a list of outlets and opening hoursWebsite | Facebook | Instagram

3. Sangkaya

It's not every day you get to savour coconut ice cream served in an actual coconut husk. But at Sangkaya, you can! Inspired by the Bangkok Chatuchak-style coconut ice cream, this is the perfect place for anyone who’s a true lover of anything coconut-flavoured. Creamy, rich and delightfully fresh, don't forget to try their other flavours as well such as chocolate, gula melaka, kaya, matcha, mango, teh tarik and durian. Halal status: Halal-certified Outlet details: Click here for a list of outlets and opening hoursWebsite | Facebook | Instagram

4. Sepiring

Before the bingsu fever hit Malaysia, ABC (ais batu campur or sometimes referred to as ais kacang) reigned as the locals’ go-to dessert to beat the hot weather. However, that doesn’t mean ABC has become less popular or special ever since. What used to be a simple shaved ice dessert with red beans (hence the name ais kacang), has now taken on more ingredients to enhance the taste. Sepiring serves good ol’ ABC with peanuts, beans, jelly, corns, raisins and palm sugar. Sometimes, simplicity is best. Besides that, they also have Durian Pancake, one of Sepiring’s signature desserts! A generous dollop of fresh, pure durian is used for the filling along with whipped cream which is wrapped with a super thin crepe. Halal status: Halal-certified Outlet details: Click here for a list of outlets and opening hoursContact: +603-2287 2798 Website | Facebook | Instagram

5. Cake Jalan Tiung

Cake Jalan Tiung has a reputation for their pretty and yummy cakes, but did you know they also have other unique treats? Creampuffsaurus, crisp craquelin shell cream puff with smooth vanilla bean filling, is such a popular item, especially among the regulars that they always run out quickly. If that doesn’t sound that special enough to you, they also have Beyoncepuff (chocolate pudding filling) and also Midorisaurus (matcha filling)! If you’re lucky enough to visit when Taufeefah is available in their chiller, be sure to have a taste of this dessert! It’s a reimagined tau foo fa made from silky smooth taufu with biscuit crumb base, topped with pomegranates and drizzled with sweet gula melaka. Halal status: Muslim-owned Outlet details: Click here for a list of outlets and opening hoursWebsite | Facebook | Instagram

6. FaSo Patisserie

Located at Sunsuria Forum in Setia Alam, say hello to FaSo Patisserie ? Making its debut on the 1st of August 2020, this halal French patisserie and cafe is ready to welcome you with all kinds of mouthwatering pastries and viennoiserie. From French vanilla flan and brioche caramel to kouign amann and flower pistachio apricot, prepare to transport yourself to France with these amazing creations. Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Tue-Sun; 10AM-8PM (closed on Mon)Address: D-G-07 Sunsuria Forum, Setia Alam, 40170 Shah Alam, SelangorInstagram

7. Marc et Farid

A hidden gem that's perfect to satisfy your cravings for French pastries, Marc et Farid was founded by Marc B and Farid Tawfik who met in Paris before the duo decided to set up this bakery at Persiaran Rimbayu. Here to fulfil your dreams of eclairs, macarons, cannelés and more, start with the cafe's best-sellers like the absolut chocolat and strawberry tart. Otherwise, you can opt for co-founder Farid's personal favourite, millefeuille praline - a crispy, caramelised three-layered puff pastry filled with praline cream in between. Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Tue-Sun; 12PM-6PM (Closed on Mon) Address: Persiaran Rimbayu, 42500 Telok Panglima Garang, Selangor Contact: +6012 702 8048 Instagram

8. Torte by Linda

Feeling adventurous and curious for a taste of Russian-inspired cakes and pastries? Come to Torte by Linda, a Muslim-owned cafe that's a must-visit for every dessert lover. You may need to drive outside of Kuala Lumpur for this one, but it'll be worth it because their signature Tort Classic Medovik cake is yummy. Featuring eight layers of soft, caramelized honey sponges sandwiched between Dulce de leche (boiled condensed milk cream), this cake is an ultimate dream. Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Tue-Sun; 11am-7.30pm (closed on Mondays) Address: Level 1, 8 Kinrara, Jalan BK 5a/1, Bandar Kinrara, 47180 Puchong, Selangor Contact: +6012-388 5196 Facebook | Instagram

9. The Breadshop

Owned by Peng Merican, the Bread Shop isn’t your typical bakery. From freshly-baked white bread to decadent pastries and cranberry walnut loaf, one challenge you'll be facing here is picking out which yummy item to indulge in. But if we're talking international desserts and pastries, then you've got to go 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. Another popular bake is the Kouign Amann. Known as the world’s fattest pastry by Bretons in Brittany (France’s northwesternmost region), this is the perfect cheat day treat to have. Halal status: Muslim-owned. Opening hours: Mon-Fri; 8AM-7PM, Sat; 8AM-6PM (closed on Sundays) Address: 11, Jalan Setiakasih 5, Bukit Damansara, 50490 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur Contact: +603 2093 8734Facebook | Instagram

10. All About Chew

Cookie purveyor All About Chew now has its own stand at The Five in Bukit Damansara, serving its complete selection - from its flagship Chewibacca dark choc chip cookies with sea salt to the Big Ass Chocolate Softy (BACS), thick-and-textured 6oz soft-baked Valrhona cookies with melty milk chocolate chunks, and Big Ass Raspberry Softy (BARS), laced with white and caramelised chocolate, crispy-fudgy, tantalisingly tart with a raspberry twist. Halal status: Muslim-owned. Opening hours: 10am - 6pm (Daily)Address: The Five @ KPD, Jalan Dungun, Bukit Damansara, 50490 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala LumpurContact: 012-645 7334Instagram So there you have it, the best 10 places to check out unique desserts when in the city of food paradise! Did these pictures make you drool enough? Now, let’s pretend calories don’t exist and savour all these desserts that we know we deserve.