Saturday, October 25, 2014

Fuwa Fuwa Bakery Cafe @ Jaya One

Searching for a cafe with a pleasant, peaceful setting - spaciously welcoming & not too crowded, in a convenient location? Fuwa Fuwa fits the bill, tucked on the first floor of The School complex in Jaya One.

This family-owned, sunshine-blessed cafe invites customers to chill out & 'sip on some happiness' here - it's a leafy venue with a wholesome, easy-going vibe that works well for private parties & events. Besides Fuwa Fuwa's main air-conditioned interior, pet-friendly outdoor seating is also available.

Baked beauties rank high among Fuwa Fuwa's fluffy attractions - freshly made every morning, with lots of interesting buns & bread like Mrs Pumpkin, Go For Garlic, Gaga Cheese Garlic, Hurry Chicken Curry, Hammy Whammy, Oh My Onion & Durian Bomb, mostly costing between RM2.50 & RM3.60 each, ideal for takeaway teatime snacks.

Cool cupcakes, certain to cheer up the children - Fuwa Fuwa is also able to host baking classes for kids, with fun & creative events tailored to entertain & educate. Packages range from Dough Play (learn how to knead & bake bread) & Cupcake Craze (design & decorate cute cupcakes) ...

... to All About Cookies (the art of cookie-cutting & painting) & Party Like A Little Cake Boss (inventive parties where guests can role-play as pastry chefs & take home whatever they bake).

Hot meals are available all day long for walk-in customers - fuss-free, nutritious sustenance in the form of kitchen-made crispy chicken schnitzel in a wholemeal bun with fries (RM15) ...

... plus grilled chicken burgers with Fuwa Fuwa's own mildly spicy peri-peri sauce, cheese & fries (RM15) ...

... as well as creamy mushroom soup made from scratch & served with garlic bread, croissant sandwiches, pastas, salads & egg-&-sausage brunches, mostly at wallet-pleasing prices between RM8 & RM18.

Coffee-seekers can enjoy everything from espressos to lattes, while tea-lovers can try organic chamomile & more.

Frappes are also offered (Choc Chip Champion, Bombastic Butterscotch & Clamouring Caramel, RM13 each) as well as natural fruit smoothies (mango, strawberry + banana, peach, lemon, raspberry + passion fruit).

 Thanks to Raymond for hosting our visit here; it was nice to escape here from the bustle of a weekday afternoon.

Fuwa Fuwa Bakery Cafe
First Floor, The School, Block J, Jaya One, Jalan Universiti, Petaling Jaya
Open Monday-Saturday, 10am-7pm (closed on Sundays, except for private events). Tel: 03-7491-4866

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17 comments:

  1. Their cupcakes are amazing! When I saw the name of this place I thought of doowap for some reason. LOL! :)

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    1. Linda: glad you like the look of the cupcakes ... haha, fuwa & doo-wop might actually go well together :D

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  2. oooooo the burgers sure look good! Been having burger cravings lately ;) and i spy penguin cookies too, i know someone who would love them!

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    1. Baby Sumo: hope you manage to satisfy your burger cravings soon! :D haha, oh yes, i think i know a certain baby who's into penguins :D

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  3. thanks for sharing, can't believe i come visits around 4am midnight~ @.@

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    1. Happy walker: glad you liked this post

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  4. Very wallet-friendly prices, not too shabby.

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    1. Ken: ya, the prices feel reasonable here :)

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  5. Love the fun and funky names for the cakes! I'm sure that makes them taste better ;)

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    1. YouHadYourLunch: i love the names with garlic in them! :D

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  6. jayaone will be a happening place soon! so many cafes and restaurants to try!!
    PS: their cupcakes are lovely...!!! :D

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    1. 小乱: ya, i enjoy popping into jaya one once a month :) and i'm glad you like their cupcakes too :)

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  7. Did you try the Onion & Durian Bomb? Wonder how it tastes, hehehe.

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    1. CK: heheh, those two will cause our breath to be stronger than usual, ya :D

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  8. Food look decent but nothing too extra-ordinary though~ But I think this place can be an ideal venue for kid's birthday party :)

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    1. Choi Yen: maybe you can plan your child's next party here :D

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  9. Do you conduct baking classes ? bread making

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