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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

One layer at a time! - Kek Lapis & Mille Crepe

Ever since I knew the process of baking a layer cake is so tedious and labor intensive, I never complained why it is sell at an expensive price.Knowing that Indonesia is also famous for its kek lapis, but hang on, you can also get in The Land of the Hornbills, provided if the local who knows well where to buy it. In Sibu, we have Arthur, aka STP! Just name the local delicacies you want to eat and he can bring you to the doorstep.
**the job that requires to bake one layer at a time in order to form the desired height of cake.

Cookies monster love cookies, therefore she has chosen Oreo Kek Lapis! I can smell the sweet pandan leaves when I opened up the clear plastic wrap,making this cake irresistibly fragrant! The cake is not oily and the texture is rather moist which is gentle to my throat. Most important the sweetness of the cake is well controlled.Geee...I should have cut it into thinner slice as one piece of this can last me for half a day....Burppp**excuse me*

After a local delicacy savoring, how about some French cake, Mille Crepe! If you have been reading STP's blog, I am sure you know he has constantly visited this shop by the name of Noodle House and tempted us with this mille crepe. We told him he must bring us there to satisfy our sweet tooth. How can chocolate lover survive without chocolate? Sorry guys, I have licked clean the plate before you do...ehehehehh

Since some of them prefer vanilla more, I shall let go the vanilla..

21 comments:

  1. You guys are so fast in posting about trip. This old lady is still working at it. By the time I post mine, it is going to be stale news already. Hehe.

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  2. @Quay Po Cooks

    I am just working bit by bit lor....by the time Claire is back home, she will be the fastest one to update..heheheheh

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  3. The could not get the oreo kek lapis this morning. Sold out!!! LOL!!!

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  4. The oreo kek lapis and the mille crepes were all looking so good here.

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  5. Looking at your photo makes me very hungry!....I love mille crepe. Did you 'tapao' back to KL??

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  6. @Sheoh Yan

    I personally heart the chocolate crepe..ehehhehe

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  7. @Kitty

    This is my first time trying crepe!

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  8. Chocolate one looks nice.. Yummy.

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  9. Wow, the cakes all looks so fabulous and love the pandan ones. Gorgeous pics you have taken.

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  10. Sarawak sure is famous for their kek lapis right? I like it too just that some can be a tad too sweet for me.

    Mille crepe can be found in Malacca too at Nadeje. But I don't know which one taste better lar coz I haven't tried the sibu one..hehe.

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  11. My friend told me they both taste equally good...but Nadeje's layers of crepe are thinner so theirs win by a nose.

    I've tried Arthur Crepe at Tokyo Street (Pavilion) - expensive (RM10.50) a slice and tasted horrible. The mocha like cough medicine!!!

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  12. @アンゼエリン

    I am starting to love crepe!! More crepe, but KL is selling expensive.

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  13. @Nava.K

    Pandan is the kek lapis. Heavenly taste!

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  14. @Carolyn (Lil' Dahling)

    I thought it will be sweet too that I only buy one loaf. To my surprise it is not at all. Next time visiting Sibu, must come back to this stall again. No others please..ehehehhe

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  15. @suituapui

    Not sure about KL or Malacca, when I see the price is so expensive, I decide not to try it. In Sibu, it's much cheaper, what's more that was a treat from you...ahhahhaha...Wallop aje!

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  16. Heard and read so much about this mille crepe but never eaten one yet *so jakun me* hehe. They look so good!

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