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Petiteserie Desserts

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While Klang Valley is never short of creative bakers, not all can bring a tasty local twist to their treats like Petiteserie Desserts does. A graduate of French Pattiserie at Le Cordon Bleu, Janice Siew’s baking success began with the win at a bake-off hosted by The Delicious Group Sdn. Bhd., and has resulted in the launch of Petiteserie Desserts.

Located within the unassuming confines of Amaya Saujana Condominium, Petiteserie makes its presence known by partaking in markets and events around KL and PJ, and has quickly become a must-visit for cake lovers. Baked fresh daily on-site, Petiteserie is known for its buttery, flakey, sinfully delicious croissants, including a lighter version of the phenomenon that is the salted egg croissant that is less about the ooze, and more about the balance. Delve further into the menu, and you will uncover goodies reminiscent to traditional Malaysian delicacies that will ignite the #malaysiaboleh pride in you. Such instances are the bold and bountiful Cendol cake with its light layers of pandan sponge, sago gula Melaka, santan mousse, and gula Melaka agar-agar, all decked into the most flavorful slice of local delight. Another much sought after order is the Gula Melaka Banana, Petiteserie’s bestseller made of gula Melaka sponge cake filled with caramelized bananas and crème patissier, all topped to crunchy precision with crushed almond brittle. And if you’re looking for that homely feel to a refreshing dessert, you’ll fall in love with the Mango Sago Pomelo, a bright and airy white chocolate mousse cake filled with fresh mangoes and sago, decorated with the punch of Tambun pomelo bits.

So if you’re looking to introduce some local flavors to that fancy guest of yours, it’s time you introduce them to Petiteserie Desserts.  Now available on Eat Cake Today!

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