Sunday, August 5, 2012

Dreamz Bakery & Cookie Box @ Kota Damansara

Sweetening up our weekend with a pair of sugar stops in Kota Damansara, starting with the super-cheerful Dreamz bakery cafe.

Love the look of this veritable wonderland tucked away on the first floor of a commercial block.

Fresh, creamy mille-crepe cakes are a highlight here; try the sole alcoholic one, laced with rum and raisins for a lovely kick.

 Macarons, RM3.80 each, in delicate flavors of orange, mint, mocha and blueberry.

Chocolate and coffee beverages are available, pleasant though unmemorable.

Wish we could keep our hands steady enough to craft such coffee art.

Cookies are also sold here for takeaway. Maybe we'll return for some sometime.

Need some more sweets? Cookie Box, also at Kota Damansara, is another option.

A Cookie Monster cupcake, alongside a Red Velvet one. Both moist and flavorsome enough, though probably only worth trying if you're already in this neighborhood.

Bright colors combine with saccharine fragrances in the air to make Cookie Box a hideout that many children might revel in.

Do these doll-cakes come alive at night when everyone has left? Spooky...



Dreamz Bakery, 
32-1, Jalan PJU 5/20D, Kota Damansara.
Open noon-10pm, closed Tuesdays.
Cookie Box,
Sunsuria Avenue, Kota Damansara.
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28 comments:

  1. Seems like there are more mille crepes in Klang Valley now. Not sure how they fare compared to the famous one in Malacca.

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    1. Chong: i like mille crepes that don't taste like they've been in the chiller for nearly a week =) gosh, sadly though, even though i'm originally from malacca, i've never eaten them in malacca!

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    2. I'd tried the malacca ones..though it taste good..but only need to try one your choice of flavor, since all the mille crepe taste the same except the top coating that distinct each flavor...

      http://iamtraveladdict.blogspot.com/2012/07/malacca-extraordinary-food-hunting-part.html

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    3. Cindy: ooh, ok, thanks, that's very useful advice :D

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  2. The crepe reminds me of our Tokyo trip, we had some really nice crepes in both trip, wish we can go back again. :D

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    1. CK: oooh, now i also want to have crepes in tokyo! but aiya, you wanna return to tokyo, but you also wanna return to bangkok, etc etc ... must decide which one to return to first! :D

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    2. i wish i can rotate staying in different country lol....tokyo have many good food to offer too..

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    3. Cindy: heheh, nice idea. i think italy's always my first choice. i'm a major fan of pasta. and then japan would be somewhere in the top ten :D

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    4. don't even go there! i haven't been to japan before!

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    5. Michelle: hopefully you will, someday! :D

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  3. does the rum mille crepe taste great?

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    1. Cindy: a bit better than i had expected! :D

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  4. That dreamz bakery is still there? The last time I went it was so dead, doesnt help that it was on the 1st floor and barely had anything on its shelves worth buying.
    I guess they have their regulars...

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    1. Rebecca: oh, it was nearly half-full during my visit on a weekday night. mostly young customers, all looking happy! :D

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  5. Dreamz Bakery decor is so cute. And the mille crepe looks good.

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    1. Baby Sumo: oh yeah, i love the cute quirkiness of the decor :D

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  6. what's your rating for the mille crepe?

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    1. Ciki: probably 7/10. it had a nice tinge of rum :D

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  7. Interesting place! Yerrr...I do have thoughts if those dolls would to come alive at night. Mayb watch too much horror films? =p

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    1. Melissa: heheh, hopefully they'd be friendly dolls when they come alive! :D

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  8. I tasted the Nadje mille crepe...
    I can't say much as this is the first experience..
    but I am sure now more and more cafe will features this mille crepe

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    1. Simple Person: yeah, i guess some folks love mille-crepe and some folks feel it's not worth the hype. i like it, and i try to order it whenever i see it anywhere =)

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  9. The cakes look too cute and pretty to eat lah1

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    1. Pureglutton: heheh, as long as they taste as good as they look! :D

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  10. oooh the mille crepe looked so nice... yje deco of this ploace looks very nice tooo - cutey style

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    1. Eiling: yep, a surprisingly good mille-crepe, better than i had expected :D and ya, a lot of youngsters seem to like the look of this place =)

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  11. Cute, but I'm not sure how much of that artificial colouring and flavoring I could handle - those colors are unnaturally bright.

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    1. The Yum List: true, i guess they put in an extra dose of coloring to make the cakes stand out and attract children. i only munched on one cupcake, but you're right, that was enough for me =)

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