Friday, July 10, 2020

Soffle, Mont Kiara

Bringing together Japanese souffle pancakes and sofuto-inspired soft serves, Soffle is a soothing new dessert destination that offers a sweet escape from bitter reality.

The signature is the Valrhona Dark Chocolate, with all things chocolate, from the cooked-to-order pancakes (with a 20-30 minute wait) to the ice cream, plus mousse for extra moistness (RM27).

You can also order other stacks in varieties like Tiramisu on their own (RM18), with choices of soft-serve flavours like Madagascar Vanilla (RM8).

Soffle's pancakes are fluffier and more cottony than regular pancakes, but they're a bit denser than some other souffle pancakes, with a texture within that's closer to light-crumbed cakes. The ice cream is pleasingly smooth and rich-textured, with a mellow, not-cloying sweetness.


Soffle
L1-03, Verve Shops, Jalan Kiara, Mont Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur.
Open Mon-Thurs, 12-10pm; Fri-Sun, 12-11pm. Tel: 03-7499-3900

This post first appeared on eatdrinkkl.com

8 comments:

  1. I hope to try someday, Japanese souffle pancakes. Don't think they have those anywhere here.

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    1. Suituapui: i guess it's more laborious to make than regular pancakes ...

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  2. This has phonghong's name written all over it since she loves these Japanese souffle pancakes. I've had souffles before but not a Japanese souffle pancake which I believe is much airier and fluffier :) I still remember my souffle experience at KL's first souffle cafe, the now-closed Wild Sheep Chase (after 5 long years), but I heard the owners have now moved on with their next wild sheep chase, Wild Sheep Home! ;D

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    1. Contact.ewew: ya, souffles are still generally airier than souffle pancakes, but they're both fun to enjoy as dessert ;)

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  3. I see that my name has been mentioned above hee..hee.. Yes, I do love souffle pancakes! I must get my brother to bring me to Soffle and I am sure he loves these things as much as I do!

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    1. PH: the nice part is being able to pair the pancake with soft-serve for that hot-cold contrast ;)

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  4. Seem like a good hideaway to spend your weekends~~

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    1. Choi Yen: a tai tai teatime escape? ;)

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