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2013-09-08 18 views
i was homed during Raya holiday together with my BFF. we were at Mahkota Parade that Wednesday as he had some errand to run and then i suggested us to have a tea break at Nadeje! it’s my second time visiting Nadeje since its opening in year 2006 can chu believe it.seating at al-fresco is too warm during the day.indoor.mille creeeeeepes.many of my friends who’s not from Malacca told me that they LOOOOVE the mille crepe at Nadeje.“really that good mer” i scoffed.Roasted Hazelnut Cafe Latte | RM 8t
many of my friends who’s not from Malacca told me that they LOOOOVE the mille crepe at Nadeje.
“really that good mer” i scoffed. Roasted Hazelnut Cafe Latte | RM 8
the beverages were decent but i appreciate their coffee art more than the taste. Malacca
a berry local flavour of the Malacca famous Gula Melaka, the authentic Malacca brown sugar Tiramisu (alcoholic)
a high quality of Mascarpone Cheese from Galbani, Italy to excite your taste buds. beautiful layers of crepe and cream topped with gula Melaka gelatin.
i posted this on Facebook page with caption, “what do you think about Nadeje Cake Shop‘s mille crepe?
yay or nay?”
surprisingly there’s more nays than yays. someone also mentioned their service sucks. the wait staffs were hospitable during my visit though.
how do these two mille crepes fair?
i thought both were really creamy and soft, not sickly sweet at all. but we couldn’t taste any alcohol bit in the tiramisu #cheatone, maybe the liquor evaporated? also, we should have ordered one to share instead of two as we felt jelak at 5th spoon
if you haven’t already know, Nadeje is in Klang Valley too! no need to drive to Malacca to have it anymore! yay! i yay cos less crowd in Malacca