Updated 3 November 2011
This place has since closed.
UPDATED 29 September 2006
Phone and facsimile numbers updated for 1 Utama branch.
Apologies in order as I did not manage to snap any pictures for this post hahaha cos they were sooo good that they disappeared in no time!!!! So what I've gotten here are some pics from their brochure, better than nothing huh?
I usually prefer the traditional flavours when it comes to mooncakes. Call me old fashion if you want but seriously I wouldn't want chocolates, cheese, coffee nor tiramisu in my mooncakes except those I've tried from Shangri-la Hotel last year! However, this time, I'm gonna cross this line. Trust me on this, if you like snow skin mooncake, you'll love these from Bakerzin. Hubby turned fan eventhough he never likes snow skin mooncake!!! Amazing eh? He simply loves the Single Malt Whisky Truffle Mini Snowskin Mooncake (quite a mouthful eh the name?) that he claims packed solid with whisky. The skin is so soft and light, as did the fillings. By the way, the truffle round is coated with white chocolate!!!! Sighhh so lovely and it's so expensive hahaha... cos their mini is really mini but nevermind... it's once in a year indulgence.
Pink Champagne Truffle Mini Snow Skin was absolutely pretty looking in pale pink. I did not detect much champagne in it but then again champagne taste is less stronger than whisky. A lovely gift for the ladies, so guys, please take note! You'll bowl your lady over with these pretty-in-pink babies.
They have Lavender Truffle Mini Snow Skin too which we did not get. Aisay, forgot to even try it out as they allowed sampling. Otherwise, one can get the Truffle Mini Snow Skin set that contains all the above flavours or the Assorted Mini Snow Skin.
Don't wait, fax in your order now or traipse over to either Bangsar Village or 1Utama to get your fix of these lovely mooncakes. Errr just for your info, I did not get paid for this plug!!! Just wanna share these goodies with all of you. Drop me a line if you share the same taste like mine.
For those of you whom have tasted Hong Kong's Maxim or Wing Wah mooncakes and hankering for some in Kuala Lumpur, head on to Hartamas Shopping Centre's Citi Super Supermarket. According to the signage, it said they were air-flown in for this year's Mid-Autumn Festival but they're not cheap though... you'll need to fork out RM40 plus PER mooncake!!! Well, even if you were to get in Hong Kong, the price should be around there after conversion. Personally, I don't quite like Wing Wah's mooncakes as they were just too oily for my taste.
G5 Floor Level, Bangsar Village
No. 1, Jalan Telawi Satu
59100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: (603)2284 7514
Fax: (603)2284 9606
G-312, Ground Floor Highstreet
One Utama Shopping Centre
No. 1 Lebuh Bandar Utama
Tel: (603)7729 4493
Fax: (603)7729 3127
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