GULA Cak­ery

Time Out Malaysia Kids - - Eating Out -

Decked out in sooth­ing pas­tel colours, GULA Cak­ery was ini­tially an ‘In­sta­gram only’ cake shop, but has ex­panded to a brick and mor­tar store in Kota Ke­mu­ning. Founder Arieni Ritzal com­bined her de­gree in early child­hood ed­u­ca­tion and her love for bak­ing and turned it into a lovely fam­ily busi­ness: her brother, Adrien Kent (known for his de­signs for Feeka, Sitka and In­side Scoop), de­signed the café, and her par­ents help out with the daily op­er­a­tions. The desserts taste as breath­tak­ing as they look. On our first visit, we caved in to

the Nutella-stuffed choco­late chip cook­ies and the light-as-air choux pas­try. Not a week later, we re­turned for the salted caramel choco­late tart and ex­tremely gen­er­ous serv­ing of crème brûlée. Kids bak­ing work­shops are a reg­u­lar oc­cur­rence here; to be spe­cific, they take place every Satur­day at 10am sharp and are open to kids aged three and up. Adult bak­ing classes where you’ll learn how to make pavlo­vas, sig­na­ture cakes and ex­ot­i­cally flavoured cup­cakes are very pop­u­lar. Mus­lim cus­tomers who wish to linger longer will be happy to know there is a prayer room on site.

11 Jalan Ang­gerik Aranda, BG 31/BG, Kota Ke­mu­ning, Shah Alam (03 5131 4604/ gu­la­cak­erymy). Ha­lal. Tue-Sun, 12noon-9pm. Call to en­quire about pri­vate, group and kids bak­ing classes. $$

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