Sunday, May 3, 2015

Every Sundae @ Damansara Uptown

It's always cause for celebration whenever the folks of Cielo Dolci embark on one of their inventive new initiatives - this month's top dessert destination might well be Every Sundae, which serves gorgeously customisable soft gelato sundaes.

Plenty of possibilities for your personalised pleasure: Choose a base - cup, handmade cone, orange crepe, giant choux, giant cookie or Belgian waffle; then select a soft-serve flavour - for now, it's vanilla beans, raspberry cinnamon sorbetto, deep dark chocolate, salted caramel or a mix of two flavours - with toppings like caramel popcorn, cookie crumbs, cotton candy, lemon marshmallows, strawberry meringue & cheesecake crumbs, plus sauces that include butterscotch sesame, pandan kaya, chantilly cream, passion fruit compote, berries compote & chocolate fudge. A complete sundae will probably cost RM14-RM16.

 Here's our salted caramel soft-serve in choux pastry, surrounded by cotton candy, embellished with pandan kaya sauce. Every Sundae's soft gelato is luxuriously smooth, pretty much what you'd imagine a cross between soft-serve ice cream & gelato would be. Made fresh on-site everyday, rich in the penetrating flavours that have been Cielo Dolci's forte from the start.

Dark chocolate soft-serve with butterscotch sesame sauce & lemon marshmallows on Belgian waffles; all of Every Sundae's cones, crepes, cookies & waffles are also house-made by the outlet's resident pastry specialists. Presentations prove photogenic, ensuring that Every Sundae's creations will pop up relentlessly on your social media feed for months to come.

 Cielo Dolci pioneer Kee Win recommends unleashing your imagination as far as possible - a tangy blend of vanilla & raspberry cinnamon soft-serves with passion fruit compote in an orange crepe will be fun for fans of fruits. We look forward to seeing how Every Sundae's repertoire evolves to showcase the envelope-pushing experimentation that its founders excel in.

 Soft-serve takeaways in cups & cones are offered from Every Sundae's walk-up counter. A small selection of regular gelato is also available, plus occasional cakes. Soft-launch business hours are roughly 12pm-8pm - everyday is an Every Sundae day.

Every Sundae Soft Gelato Bar by Cielo Dolci
9 Jalan SS 21/37, Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor. Next to Village Park Nasi Lemak.

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26 comments:

  1. It looks like a lovely place, Sean. I hardly ever eat dessert and only have ice cream occasionally. I opt for the soft vanilla one, sometimes coated in chocolate. :)

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    1. Linda: that's my favourite classic soft-serve too ... vanilla is my fave, and occasionally with some chocolate too, so we share similar taste buds there :)

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  2. Holy crap, more soft serve! Sweet! Can't wait to check this out - that said, would have to wait until Village Park is closed... :P

    PS. Saw you on Food Wars Asia...

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    1. SC: ooo,for now, they plan to close when village park closes ... but i figure they'll probably extend their hours later this month :) haha, i haven't actually watched the show yet, since i don't subscribe to astro. hopefully someone puts the episode on youtube someday :)

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    2. I've been waiting for someone to upload episodes of Food Wars Asia cos I missed the burger battle between Omakase and Fat Boy's... But regional programming ah... dunno lah.

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    3. SC: yeah. the Food Network Asia YouTube page only ever puts up promotional videos, which don't seem to get a whole lot of views anyways :)

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  3. Nice name, playing with the sounds. What about other days? LOL!!!

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    1. Suituapui: every day is a sundae day ... ice cream lifts my spirit even on the bluest day :)

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  4. Yay, next time after eating at Village Park, we can go to here for some soft serve.
    I will go with the salted caramel + butterscotch sesame sauce.

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    1. CK: heheh, ya, soft-serve would be a nice light dessert after a big plate of nasi lemak ... i think your flavour combination would be nice :D

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  5. Oh, shoot. Just as when I'm looking forward to sink my face in a bowl of Lemon Sorbet tomorrow.

    Anyway, all I can say is, yum!!!!! ^^ Can't wait to try it if I'm ever in the vicinity. =)

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    1. Ciana: heheh, yeah, if you need a soft-serve fix, with the added bonus of having it with crepes or cookies, then check this out :)

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  6. Every day should be a sundae! :D Is this the same as the one in Publika?

    P.S. Caught you Food Wars Asia. I do think that their fried chicken is better than their nasi lemak though.

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    1. Contact.ewew: it's run by the people who also run Whimsical at Solaris Dutamas, though the menu here is almost completely different :D yikes ... i didn't think that anyone would actually watch the show, haha. i still believe village park deserved to win, heh :D

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  7. Haha love the ice cream squashed into a crepe in a pot! All the best things together :)

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    1. YouHadYourLunch: heheh, yeah, a petite pot of pleasure :D

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  8. I should be grateful that none serves something like this in my neighborhood, else, i might be diabetic soon LOL

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    1. Ken: a soft-serve day will keep sadness away! :D

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  9. The price tag can be quite hefty if I add one item from each categories!

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    1. Choi Yen: about RM14-RM16 ... basically the price of a dessert at most cafes :D

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  10. yums yums! cant wait to visit soon! :)

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    1. Rebecca: perfect for the hot weather! :D

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  11. wow....gelato also can be served in such creative way.
    I like the one with cotton candy! ;-)

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    1. Melissa: ya, the cotton candy creates a cool visual effect! :)

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  12. Hi Sean! Is the Pandan Kaya sauce taste good? Cant wait to try jt

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    1. Yuki: it's enjoyable, thick and flavoursome - if you like pandan or if you like kaya, i think it'll be an interesting choice :)

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