Yep, we have a few sweet tooths at The Yum List. Not many meals go by without some saccharine indulgence at the end. Here are our picks for the first half of 2013 for:
The Best Desserts in Kuala Lumpur
Nosh – Don’t miss their Valrhona – a chocolate lover’s dream with cocoa done not one, but three different ways
Table 23 – their Guiness Brownie is of an intensity and richness that will make you think you need to share, but greedily covet the whole dish to yourself
Villa Danieli – Chef Alessandro’s semi savoury Rosemary Creme Brulee creation has us drooling
|Rosemary Creme Brulee, Villa Danieli|
Cantaloupe – this deconstructed version of apple pie will make you appreciate each delicate piece
|Deconstructed Apple Pie, Cantaloupe|
|Giant Creme Brulee, Arthur’s Bar and Grill|
Sassarosso – Chocolate flan looks as good as it tastes. Gorgeous!
|Chocolate Flan, Sassarosso|
Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur – beautiful home style pies just like mama used to make.
|Old Fashioned Pies – Grand Hyatt|
The Restaurant – Peanut Butter Macarons – say no more.
|Peanut Butter Macaron, The Restaurant|
Giovino – seriously heavenly Baklava
Dining Room, Maclister Mansion – okay so I know this post says best desserts in Kuala Lumpur but you might consider a trip to Penang for this deconstructed Cloud 9 chocolate bar.
|Deconstructed Cloud 9, Dining Room, Macalister Mansion|
The Den – yes another Penang post but this Tipsy Affogato is worth the four hour drive.
|Tipsy Affogato, The Den|
Brotzeit – CHOCOLATE covered BACON – fullstop.
|Chocolate Covered Bacon, Brotzeit|
China Treasures – we love their Mango Pudding for it’s freshness and subtle sweetness.
|Mango Pudding, China Treasures|
Cedar on 15 – with an Austrian chef you can’t go wrong! We love their light and refreshing Sweet Watermelon Gazpacho with Calamansi Sherbet.
|Sweet Watermelon Gazpacho with Calamansi Sherbet at Cedar on 15|
What’s your favourite spot to get a sugar fix?