Many have talked about this dainty cakehouse locatedat Publika Shopping Gallery and finally, we got the chance to drop by for ataste or two recently for its famed deliciouscakes and desserts, after ducking outawhile from the hectic schedule.Alluringand motleys of assorted cakes are the heart and soul of Swich Café, andas such, the luscious cakes are aptly displayed to the public conveniently inthe glass which easily takes the centrestage naturally. Being the prideof Swich Cafe, guests would be m
Many have talked about this dainty cakehouse located at Publika Shopping Gallery and finally, we got the chance to drop by for a taste or two recently for its famed delicious cakes and desserts, after ducking out awhile from the hectic schedule.
Alluring and motleys of assorted cakes are the heart and soul of Swich Café, and as such, the luscious cakes are aptly displayed to the public conveniently in the glass which easily takes the centrestage naturally.
Being the pride of Swich Cafe, guests would be more often than not be spoilt for choices upon coming up to the cake counter, deliberately contemplating which piece of sweet morsels to choose from. The selection of cakes are pretty extensive here, assuring there is everything to suit everyone’s sweet tooth craving.
All-time signatures of familiar flavours such as mangosteen and cempedak cakes have throned the limelight for quite some time now, so let’s make some way to greet an array of newly introduced indulgent slices that are equally promising to the taste buds too.
FRENCH APPLE GULA MELAKA CREAM CAKE (MYR 12.90)
Bridging the gastronomical gap between Each and West, foodie’s palate is greeted with the juicy cubes of moist apple bites layered between the cakes. It then reminds me of sipping into a fruity apple juice or snacking on some apple pie; stirring up some sweet memories indeed …………
Light and fluffy Japanese cheesecake layered with salted caramel cream cheese, drizzled with sea-salted caramel. I always love how the briny character of the sodium enhances the caramel taste harmoniously.
So named after the Greek Goddess of Love and Fertility! Hehe………
Bursting with pomegranates, figs, strawberries and blueberries, the vibrant chromatic garnishment is already beckoning from afar, even before reaching our table. Each tiny bites of the pomegranates is bursting with juices, hence injecting zesty fruitiness into it. No refined white sugar is used here, only Gula Melaka and brown sugar.
Creamy musang king durian on a Varlhona cocoa biscuit crust topped with Durian Cream! The chocolaty crust is tad too hard for me, but unmistakably appealing to any serious durian fans out there, as its unique pungency is what we truly adore palatably, no? Indeed a true durian indulgence!
Chocolate cake made with Grand Crus Varhona single origin chocolate, frosted with Varlhona chocolate cocoa fudge and a layer of salted caramel cream cheese. Essentially the true gratification of chocolate heaven especially when my fave choc brand is part of the ingredient. The fact I love Varlhona chocolate is that it comes at the right cocoa proportion with the right saccharinity, not overly sugary but with real dark chocolate sensation, nyumm…………
Coming towards the end, let’s make it a triple shot today for Varhona noms, shall we? (=
VARHONA HOT CHOCOLATE (MYR 12)
It could also easily mistaken as Mocha, except the fact that the espresso shot is missing, hehe. A good alternative for those chocolate lovers who just simply love slurping and enjoying the fragrant chocolaty drink. The perfect-winter beverage I would say…
Embarked on a confectionary-centric enterprise, Swich Café easily lives up to a place where epicurean could escape from the hustle and bustle of city life for a moment, to indulge relaxingly with sumptuous home-baked cakes over aromatic cups of Joe that gonna unwind your day blissfully. Certainly a hide-out for ardent dessert lovers, that for sure!
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Chocolate durian tart: Durian was fresh and rich, chocolate had deep flavours, was dark yet a little sweeter than I had preferred. Would be a better balance with a little bit more durian, and a little less chocolate. Mangosteen cake: Didn't taste very mangosteeny except for the mangosteen itself. Cake tasted really good still.Overall verdict for both is that the serving size is WAY TOO SMALL for WAY TOO BIG a price tag. Had these two to share and it wasn't even close to enough.
Chocolate durian tart: Durian was fresh and rich, chocolate had deep flavours, was dark yet a little sweeter than I had preferred. Would be a better balance with a little bit more durian, and a little less chocolate.