Best Bakeries in KL

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Whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner or even supper, bread is versatile enough as an anytime-pick-me-up wholesome meal. More than just a mass-produced plain white loaf from the grocers or supermarket, bread comes in many varieties. Rye bread, pita bread, bagel, French loaf, pizza, bread roll. Did you know that even cakes are considered a type of bread? In recent years, traditional mom-and pop bakeries have become a thing of the past as their existence has been overshadowed by the more fancy and artisan establishments that have come to dominate the bakery scene. Here on FoodAdvisor, we list a selection of the best bakeries in Kuala Lumpur.

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    Specialising in handmade Japanese breads and pastries, Komugi is one of the most reputable bakeries known for using fresh ingredients. You’ll be spoilt with plenty of options presented on the well-coordinated display counters. For a “cheesy” affair, we recommend their signature Hanjuku Cheesecake. It may look like a morsel of ordinary sponge cake but the taste is out of this world. Made from premium cream cheese, the cake strikes a wonderful balance of sweet and savoury with every bite. More cheese-based delights are available such as the Tofu Cheesecake, Kronut Cream Cheese (think of a cross between a croissant and a donut) and Fuwa-Fuwa Nama Cheese Bun. Of course, cheese isn’t the only thing to look out for. Their cute-looking macaroons are as scrumptious as they look pretty, and let’s not forget their Baum selection (a ring-like cake) such as the Mini Baum, with flavours ranging from Original, Chocolate or Matcha.

    Look out for their “Weekend Special Offer”

    Things to expect

    Thanks to the visible kitchen, you can witness the bakers in action while shopping for your baked goods.

    Best with

    Cream Puff, Namachoco Sand (a creamy sponge cake that comes in either chocolate or green tea flavour), Original Cottage Cheese Pudding and Creamy Custard Krone.


    RM2.75 to RM10.00

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    Komugi Bakery @ Mid Valley Megamall View restaurant

    LG078, Lower Ground Floor, Mid Valley Megamall, Lingkaran Syed Putra, 59200, Mid Valley , Kuala Lumpur
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