Menu
Cart 0

News

Su's Cakes for Kicks

Posted by Eat Cake Today on

Finding one’s true path isn’t as easy as it sounds, but there are the rare few of us who manage, and manage well. For Su-Mene, a lawyer by profession, it wasn’t always about cakes. However, on her journey towards self-discovery, her career path shifted, and eventually brought her pasttime of baking into a business venture to call her own. It was then, back in 2004, that Su’s Cakes for Kicks was established.From home-based bakery, to a shopfront in Farenheit 88 along Jalan Bukit Bintang, Su’s Cake for Kicks serves a variety of specialty cheesecakes. Some of the stars include the...

Read more →

Baked KL

Posted by Eat Cake Today on

Started by sisters Izi and Iza, Baked KL is an online establishment that serves up baked to order specialty products. Best known for their adorable whoopie pies and decadent brownies, the sisters grew with their humble beginning the biggest of hearts when they vowed to allocate 10% from their total monthly sales to aiding charity organizations. From crispy Triple Choc Chocolate cookies, to the moist Carrot Walnut Cake, to their bestselling dark chocolate and cream cheese brownie, affectionately dubbed Brown Cow, their small act of kindness has sparked a generous wave of followers that not only enjoy delicious treats baked...

Read more →

Tedboy Bakery

Posted by Eat Cake Today on

Stripping baked goods down to wholesome, neighborhood delights is Tedboy, a bakery in Bangsar that needs very little introduction. Named after their son, Tedboy is a labor of love between husband and wife duo, Edward and Petrina. While neither have a background in baking, their passion to own and run a bakery over the years has made Tedboy a staple Bangsar establishment to get your buns on. Freshly baked loafs of breads lay await on display cases by the window, enticing passerbys to enter and choose among the vast array of other goodies that beckon. A spread of danishes, puffs,...

Read more →

Magnifique Patisserie French Pastries

Posted by Eat Cake Today on

Magnifique Patisserie is a local pastry business by Soo Huai Chien. A graduate from the Academy of Pastry Arts Malaysia, Soo is a passionate baker that grew his natural talent in pastry making and garnered strong expertise in the industry through stints at various bakeries and hotels around Malaysia, as well as Singapore. Inspired by France and all its glorious food, Magnifique Patisserie aims to serve desserts that play homage to classic French favorites, with an Asian inspired twist. Such is the Gula Melaka Cheesecake, a dense, New York style cheesecake with gula melaka nuances on a hazelnut dacquoise base,...

Read more →

Souka Bakeshop

Posted by Eat Cake Today on

If you’re looking for a new sweet spot to charm the tastebuds, the good folks of Mukha Café in TTDI has opened a lovely little bake shop by the name of Souka that’ll whisk you away! Located just beside her older brother, Souka is a pleasant hideout that’s warm and inviting with the aroma of fresh bakes. Its simple interior directs you straight to the heart of the shop – a long row of cakes displayed in glass counters, overwhelming you with options, beckoning you to indulge in more than just one. So where do you start? The Mars Bars...

Read more →


★ Customer Reviews ★

Real Customer Feedback

3502 reviews
72%
(2524)
17%
(604)
6%
(206)
2%
(82)
2%
(86)
Wasn't expecting it

I love the cake. Moist and not too sweet. But I wish I know to put it out before serving it. I put the cake in the fridge before serving, so remember to take it out about 30 mins (i think), else the cake will be a bit hard to cut

Services

Good services .The delivery man will reconfirm again by phone whether is delivery to correct location

Awesome cake

Choc Caramel is my family favorite. My husband n kid love it. Can finish the cake within 2 days for just the 3 of us.

D24 Durian Mille Crepe 8"

Size shrunken

I bought this cake last year and I remember it to be bigger and taller. The black bday deco paled the beauty of the cake. It should be gold like in the picture. Taste wise is OK. For Rm185, I guess I expected more.