Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - KL & SURROUNDS -

Of­fer­ing mille crepe cakes made out of lay­ers of crepe (very thin pan­cakes) stacked al­ter­nately with lay­ers of smooth, fluffy cream, it’s easy to see how Nadeje has found its way into ev­ery­one’s list of must-visit cake shop in Malacca (pos­si­bly even above all the his­tor­i­cal sites). Open­ing it’s first branch at Plaza Mahkota in 2006, Nadeje now has five out­lets opened in Malacca and Se­lan­gor, with it’s new­est branch lo­cated at Sun­way Giza. To main­tain the qual­ity of th­ese French del­i­ca­cies, no preser­va­tives are used in their mille crepe cakes, which are 100% hand­made us­ing fresh in­gre­di­ents from Ja­pan, liv­ing up to the brand’s rep­u­ta­tion as the pi­o­neer of mille crepe in Malaysia. If you’re new to Nadeje, you might get a lit­tle over­whelmed as they have 18 ir­re­sistible flavours of mille crepe cakes to choose from. We rec­om­mend the Orig­i­nal flavour Mille Crepe, made with home­made cus­tard cream and Tahi­tian vanilla bean mixed with fresh cream, and a caramelised top layer to add a slight sweet­ness to each bite. Their other best­selling flavours in­clude Rum & Raisin, made with black raisins pre­served in rum for a week to get that rich rum fra­grance, and Green Tea, a mod­er­ate­lyely sweet cake made with high grade Ja­panese green tea and home-cooked red beans. ns. Don’t for­get to also try out thehe Nama Donuts, a thin sponge ge cake shaped into a donut thathat is gen­er­ously topped with mousse and jelly, in flavours rs like Gula Me­laka, Green Tea and Rasp­berry. Dine al­fresco with a cup of cof­fee, or take­away the de­li­cious cakes for your loved ones at home. Cooler bags are avail­able for pur­chase if you have a long drive ahead; they come with free ice packs to pre­serve the fresh­ness and qual­ity of cakes for up to three hours.

G-23, 25 & 27, Plaza Mahkota, Jalan PM 4, Malacca (06 283 8750); Lot G23B, EG4 & EG5, Ground Floor, Mahkota Pa­rade, 1 Jalan Merdeka, Malacca ( 06 284 3469); G-01, Block A Jaya 99, Jalan Tun Sri Lanang, Malacca (06 227 7750); B-0101, Dataran 3 Two Square, Jalan 19/1, Sec­tion 19, PJ (03 7960 0025); C-11, Sun­way Giza, Jalan PJU 5/14, PJU 5, Kota Da­mansara, PJ (03 6143 7270/

Child friendly. Credit cards ac­cepted. Daily, 11 am–10 pm (Plaza Mahkota, Mahkota Pa­rade, Jaya 99 & Two Square); Daily, 12 noon–11 pm (Sun­way Giza).

Rum & Raisin

Green Tea

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