Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Sundaydo Cake Truck

This cake truck is irresistible to kids & adults alike, luring flocks of customers with freshly baked temptations like the Devil's Food Cake (RM13 per slice; chocolate ganache layered with Kinder Bueno, Maltesers & salted caramel), .Nutella Red Velvet (RM12) & Caramel Latte (RM16; white chocolate cake with vanilla latte Swiss meringue buttercream, Toblerone pieces, pretzels & popcorn). Ideal for folks who like their cakes moist & fudgy, smooth & sweet, Sundaydo - which operates five times a week, 830pm-1130pm - seeks to make each night feel like a weekend worth celebrating.

Sundaydo Desserts Truck
BHP Station, Taman Melawati. Open 830pm-1130pm (closed Fridays & Sundays). Tel: 017-244-6674

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16 comments:

  1. I think I will enjoy the "Devil's Food Cake"! Hahaha. :P

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    1. CK: haha, yes, the perfect cake for the devil! :D

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  2. The cakes look really good, can put those at some bakeries to shame.

    This just crossed my mind, imagine if somebody opens his business in another truck and parks next to this one and he names his, "Never on Sunday". :D

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    1. Suituapui: never on a Sunday is one of my favourite songs from a film in the 1950s and 60s ... it's been a long time since I heard it ;)

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  3. rm12-16 for a slice of cake which looks small from a food truck which is supposed to be "affordable" seems like steep.

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    1. Peter: you're right, the prices for cakes at a lot of cafes and other places have risen to a level that's not in the conventionally affordable point any more ... I do appreciate when they try to use decent ingredients tho :)

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  4. Hey I like to eat and support food trucks in my area. It is a big trend in Japan now.

    I think the cake prices are a bit high. Oops!

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    1. Twilight Man: I haven't spotted any modern food trucks in my area of sri petaling yet ... the closest would be in Bukit jalil and Subang ;)

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    2. I think TTDI has the most food trucks nightly. One area near Starbucks and the other outside Maybank.

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    3. Twilight Man: yeah, i think the neighbourhood there works relatively well to support food trucks ;)

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  5. Caramel latte for me please!Cakes look nice and moist. ;)

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    1. Baby Sumo: kids below the age of 10 will very likely love the caramel latte cake! ;)

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  6. Oh! A cake truck! If this was nearer to me, I would support it :) These are not the type of cakes I would bake at home.

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    1. Phong Hong: hopefully you'll find a cake truck pop up in your neighbourhood one of these days! :)

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  7. It seem like I have quite sometime didn't have any cake because I'm on diet >_< But nowadays, cakes are not cheap eh, RM12 can simply buy me a lunch :P

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    1. Choi Yen: yeah, the cost of making a good cake has definitely risen. i try not to eat too much cake too, cos once i start on a slice, i won't stop! :D

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