The Sweet Scents Are From These Bakeries In KL

Carbohydrate is important as our daily supply of energy, which explains why pastry such as bread and buns are consumed for breakfast. Walking from afar, I’m sure you would be able to smell the sweet scents from these bakeries in KL:

1. Barcook Bakery @ Bangsar South

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During lunchtime, you would see this bakery crowded by office workers, taking their break time here for their delicious pastries.

Some of their bestsellers include raisin cream bun, mix berry cheese bun, and croissants. Also, they provide vegetarian buns that contain no eggs for vegan clients.

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Image by Barcook Bakery Malaysia FB

The branch located at The Sphere, which has just opened up in January this year, operates with a kitchen in full transparency. This is because customers can always look through the glass wall to ensure the cleanliness of the baking process.

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Image by Barcook Bakery Malaysia FB

[Barcook Bakery @The Sphere]

Operating Hours:

Mon – Fri | 7:00 am – 10:00 pm
Sat, Sun & PH | 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

Contact No.: +603-2732 0821/0822

Address: Unit UG-7, Level Upper Ground The Sphere. No 1, Avenue 1 Bangsar South City, No.8 Jalan Kerinchi, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

FB: Barcook Bakery Malaysia

Official website: http://barcookbakery.com/site/

2. Mello Yello @TTDI

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Situated right next to Hero Market, Mello Yello is a cutely designed bakery with tiny yellow chairs and warm lights. This interior design delivers a peaceful ambience resembling a small cottage in the European countries.

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Besides that, the pastries they sell are normally in big portion, so it’s a suitable breakfast place to fill your hungry stomach.

[Mello Yello@Hero Market]

Operating Hours: 9 am – 10 pm daily

Contact No.: +603-9171 0626

Address: C.1.9, TTDI Plaza, Jalan Wan Kadir 3, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur 60000

3. Der Backmeister @TTDI

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Der Backmeister is a German bakery that has started through a collaboration between 2 Germans and 2 Malaysians. Their high-quality bread and pastries have earned them good reviews everywhere online.

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Other than that, this German bakery has a wide variety of choices, including pretzels, bread and croissants.

Although their bread and pastry are a bit pricey, they use natural ingredients without preservatives and additives.

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[Der Backmeister]

Operating Hours:

Tuesday – Sunday | 8am – 7pm

Monday | Closed

Contact No.: +603-2856 0613

Address: 40, Persiaran Zaaba, TTDI 60000 Kuala Lumpur

FB: Der Backmeister

Official website: https://www.derbackmeister.com/

4. Lavender @ Bandar Utama

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Lavender is a classic choice for Malaysians, with its reasonable price and fairly delicious cakes. What’s different about Lavender with other bakeries is that they sell according to various trends and celebrations such as Halloween, Mother’s Day, and Mooncake Festival.

Furthermore, they even sell the famous ‘dirty bun'(肮脏包) originated in Taiwan, which has loads of cocoa powder sprinkled all over. This is why it’s called dirty bun because you can’t eat it without dirtying your mouth.

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Image by Lavender

Image by Lavender

My personal favourite is this cheap and tasty red bean bread. Not only that it contains a hint of sweetness from the red bean, the taste is not too heavy to be eaten with drinks like milk and Milo.

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[Lavender @ 1 Utama]

Operating Hours: 10 am – 10 pm daily

Contact No.: +603-7731 0674

Address: Lot G213, 1 Lebuh Bandar Utama, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

FB: Lavender

Official Website: https://www.lavender.com.my/

5. Komugi @ MidValley

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Komugi acquired its status in Malaysia with their light, creamy and perfectly balanced Hanjuku Cheese Cake.

Also, their authentic breads and confectioneries are made by a team of Japanese pastry chefs.

Image by Komugi FB

Image by Komugi FB

If you don’t like the rich creamy taste of cheese, they also have matcha and chocolate flavour~

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Image by Komugi FB

Image by Komugi FB

Furthermore, they don’t use animal fat and animal-derived ingredients for their breads and pastries; hence it is definitely safe for vegetarians to consume!

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[Komugi @ The Gardens]

Operating Hours:

Contact No.: +603 2201 2846

Address: LG078, Lower Ground, Lingkaran Syed Putra 59200 Kuala Lumpur

FB: Komugi Malaysia

Official Website: https://komugi.com.my/home

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