The Kneady Baker

Time Out Malaysia Kids - - Eating Out -

Lo­cated on the first floor of a com­mer­cial build­ing, this bak­ery café doesn’t have prom­i­nent sig­nage, so keep an eye out for a hang­ing whisk at the en­trance. Decked out in In­sta­gramma­bale Scandi-chic dé­cor, The Kneady Baker feels more like a home than a café. With a big open win­dow that sep­a­rates the kitchen from the din­ing area, the kids can catch a glimpse of the baker in ac­tion. In op­er­a­tion since April, this café has man­aged to keep a low pro­file and re­lies mainly on so­cial media and word of mouth.

While the menu is pretty lim­ited, it’s more than enough to keep both kids and par­ents happy. Give in the sugar crav­ings and order a slice of their home­made spe­cialty cakes (from Pan­dan Gula Me­laka to Black For­est) or the Bel­gian waf­fles, which are very pop­u­lar with kids. Or go for one of their best sell­ers, the South­ern-style pulled pork slid­ers – slow- cooked for over eight hours, the pulled pork is sand­wiched be­tween soft home­made buns. 16-1, Jalan 1/109E, Desa Busi­ness Park, Ta­man Desa, Old Klang Road, KL (016 233 8807/ fb.com/KneadyBak­erMy). Mon & Wed-Sun, 9.30am-5pm.

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