Beautiful Life-Like Handcrafted Fruit Desserts Are Now Available At This New Dessert Cafe In KL!

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Nestled in Bangsar, one of Kuala Lumpur’s most popular nightlife hotspots, Namelaka Patisserie is a quaint little gem that offers exquisite French pastries and desserts that look deceptively like real fruits and Rubik’s Cubes.

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The cafe’s minimalist interior makes it easy to snap clean, aesthetic photos too! Source:
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Perfect for sprucing up your Instagram feed and baffling everyone on it, these “fruits” are actually fluffy ganache montée desserts that are painstakingly handmade fresh each day. Made with a chocolate exterior, ganache montée cream interior, and a surprise flowy filling of actual fruit bits, fruit gel, and some herbs or marmalade, there are currently 5 flavours to choose from: Green Apple (RM19 | ~SGD$6.25), Orange (RM21 | ~SGD$6.91), Pear (RM21 | ~SGD$6.91), Passion Fruit (RM23 | ~SGD$7.56), and Lemon (RM23 | ~SGD$7.56).

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If you’re cafe-hopping with a large group, Namelaka Patisserie also has an adorably quirky Rubik’s Cube (RM220 | ~SGD$72.37) that’s made up of all their fruit flavours combined. Just make sure to reserve it 3 days in advance, because that’s how long it takes to create this masterpiece!

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Note: Because the “fruit” pastries are handmade fresh daily, make sure to place your reservation 2 days in advance to avoid disappointment!

Namelaka Patisserie
Address: 34-1, Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar Baru, 59100 Kuala Lumpur (Above KK Mart)
Opening Hours: Mon – Tues, Thurs – Sun: 1PM – 9.30PM
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