Located at a corner of Sutera is UFB. It's one of the newer comers to Sutera, having just opened it doors just under a year ago. It is more well-known for their desserts, such as cakes and their newly created parfaits, which has been hitting instagram.
The second you waltz through the front door, you cannot help but turn and stare at the huge cake displays. All the cake slices are priced at 7.90RM++, the more interesting cakes that caught my eyes were the ondeh ondeh cake, and the Cheesy Pleasure. They also sold a wide range of cheesecakes like (red velvet, green tea mousse, oreo, new york, triple) I counted at least 7 variations of cheesecakes!1. Blue Coral 7.90RM++
I had seen posts of a blue colour coffee at UFB and couldn't find it on the menu. The staff couldn't really speak english so I just whipped out my phone and pulled out an iphone picture and the staff immediately understood what I wanted.
Yes, it is a pretty shade of blue, but disappointingly, it just tasted strange, almost like a cup of bubble gum flavoured water. It wasn't hot, it was mildly lukewarm at best. There was barely any latte art either, in comparison to the instagram posts I had seen earlier. Maybe it's because I visited on a saturday night at 9pm+ and they were swarmed with orders and can't cope? I'm not giving any excuses for them, but I would just consider this as a novelty drink. I should've just gone for an actual coffee drink instead.2. Lychee Martini Souffle 16.90RM++
I had never seen or tried a lychee martini souffle before and I was intrigued to try one. It took probably 20 minutes for them to prepare this, which was expected. The souffle was soft with a fragrant egg aroma which got me all excited.
The egg souffle was light with a smooth, melt-in-mouth texture that resembled a hybrid of wipped cream and milk foam. I'll admit having tried other souffles before. This definitely wasn't on the top of the "Must Try" souffes. The lychee martini taste was so subtle, I felt like I partially cheated lol. Nonetheless, for souffleholics, they might be satisfied with the strong notes of egg goodness! 3. Ondeh Ondeh Cake 7.90RM++
I love ondeh ondeh cakes and thanks to the friendly staff behind the counter, this girl spoke mandarin! Woohoo! We can communicate! She recommended me to try this and I was blown away. The soft, cushiony ondeh ondeh sponge was chiffon-like, so light, so soft and so fluffy! Though the ondeh ondeh flavour wasn't intesnse, the layers of gula melaka in between the sponge was distinct with a sweet note. Sweet enough to be eaten on its own. The ondeh ondeh cakes here are officially my favourite. 4. Cheesy Pleasure 7.90RM++
Instead of getting a cheesecake, I decided to go with Cheesy Pleasure which was topped off with shreds of cheese! The white cake sponges was milky and sweet. They layers of cheese in between the sponges hd full-bodied notes of cheese flavour, coupled with the lingering sweetness in the shredded cheese. The cake was soft, fluffy and not too dense. Definitely another clear winner here at UFB. Overall : Skip the novelty drink and souffle, go for the cakes!
There's GST and service charge here. There's also free wfi!
Ondeh Ondeh Cake
Spending per head: Approximately RM20(宵夜)Other Ratings:
Value for Money 3