My Honeymoon Dessert @ Kuchai Lama

My Honeymoon Dessert House is great a place for friends and family to relax and unwind, with a wide selection of desserts around 250 choices, you can choose from the traditional hot, cold and chilled delights ranging from sweet ball, soy bean curd and sago to fruit grass jelly, icy swallow and chestnut soup; all of which look good, and taste great! Don't forget to try their most popular durian pancakes, mango cream, snow ice and cold summer drink.

My Honeymoon Dessert House
(next to Chicken Hot Pot, opposite Snowflake)
19, Jalan Kuchai Maju 8, Kuchai Entrepreneurs Park,
58200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tel. no: 1-800-22-1880 / +603-7982 9596
GPS Coordinates: 3.090478,101.6873

Other Branches:
My Honeymoon Dessert House
C-G-43, IOI Boulevard,
Puchong Jalan Kenari 5
Bandar Puchong Jaya Selangor Darul Ehsan.
Contact: (+603)8075 0331 (Puchong)
Business Hours: 11:00am to 10:00pm (Sunday to Thursday), 11:00am to 12:00am (Friday to Saturday)

My Honeymoon Dessert House
No.141,Jln Rimbuan Raya 1.
Laman Rimbuan Kepong,
52100 Kuala Lumpur +603 6252 5778

My Honeymoon Dessert House
LG1, 118A Lower Ground 1,
Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall
Selangor, 46150

My Honeymoon Dessert House
Pavilion KLLot 1-52-00,
Level 1, Pavilion KL.
Daily 10.00am - 10.00pm Tel: 03-2148 6693

My Honeymoon Dessert House
One Utama EK3,
Level Four 1 Utama Shopping Center
Mon-Tue 10.00am-10.00pm Wed-Sun 10.00am-12.00am
Tel: 03-7710 9337

Good place to unwind.....sinfully good!
Friendly staffs...good services too!

Louis Shim and Eannes Chop are the founder of My Honeymoon Dessert, a husband and wife team who share a mutual love for desserts. This loving couple traveled to Hong Kong to celebrate their honeymoon while looking for the best dessert creations to satisfy their sweet cravings. They’ve visited almost all the dessert restaurants in Hong Kong, Kowloon and New Territory, but are especially fond of one such restaurant in particular; Chung Kee Dessert Restaurant in Sam Sui Po. In fact, they were so fond of this restaurant that they decided to transfer the entire concept to Malaysia, allowing Malaysians to enjoy exquisite Hong Kong style desserts. As if to add sweetness to the whole affair, their brand new dessert place opened for business on Valentine’s Day, 2009, bringing sweet memories and pleasurable moments to customers by making every day seem like a honeymoon.

My Honeymoon Dessert mission is to provide authentic, high quality culinary creations for discerning customers. In order to do this, the owners spare no expense in getting quality raw materials and ingredients. For instance, black sesame, mangoes, sago, purple rice and quality milk are imported from Hong Kong, Philippines, Thailand and New Zealand respectively. And even if the materials are sourced from local suppliers, only the top quality ones are chosen, as in the case of ginger, which is brought in from Bentong, and durians, of which only the best grades are used. The desserts with juicy and rich Philippines, Luzon Mangos are a favourite amongst customers, and a must-try for every visitor.

While My Honeymoon is certainly dedicated to creating warmth and sweetness, it is also mindful of the health of customers. All desserts are low in sugar, and prepared using pure ingredients with minimal additives such as corn flour. This is to ensure that not only is every sip of dessert original in taste, but great for one’s well-being as well. Speaking of well-being, desserts at My Honeymoon are also created to bring about health and beauty benefits. These benefits spring from the natural ingredients used; mango, for instance, promotes good digestion, prevents nausea and relieves fever, while pomelo is known to lower blood glucose and reduce phlegm production. Almonds nourish the lungs, alleviate coughing, soothe the intestines and promote healthy skin; black sesame, on the other hand, darkens hair and is believed to improve vision. Ginger has powerful detoxifying capabilities, preventing colds and alleviating wind; purple rice provides nutrition for the blood; and walnuts stimulate the brain. So desserts are no longer bad for you!

All the delicious creations would not be possible without an experienced chef and a skillful team of gourmet experts. Only the freshest and handpicked ingredients go into the preparation of My Honeymoon desserts. Each dessert is quality-checked before being served at the table. My Honeymoon Dessert Restaurant invests heavily in training, ensuring that all its personnel are professionally trained in Hong Kong. Master Chefs from Hong Kong are also regularly invited to the restaurant to monitor the quality of its output, ensuring that consistency in quality and only the best preparations are served to customers. So for authentic desserts that create sweet, pleasurable memories, why not drop by and try it today!

For every RM10 spend you'll get a stamp...collect 8 stamps to get a free Durian Pancake worth RM9.00

Durian Pancake, RM9.00
This dessert made with durian the king of fruit, tasted like a good grade durian and the smooth cream made it an inevitable choice for those durian fans.....Highly Recommended!!!

Sweet Potato Ginger Soup, RM4.00
Sweet Potato The traditional warm feel springs up from the bottom of your heart. The golden sweet potatoes are the best among the coarse grains. The meticulously-selected golden sweet potatoes matched with the carefully-decocted ginger syrup can help you to resist the chillness so this dessert is perfect for you to enjoy in autumn and winter.

Three Grass Jelly with Assorted Fruit, RM15.00
The three grass jelly and fresh mixed fruits blended with the fragrant and creamy milk and matched with the mango juice full of strong aroma are absolutely beyond your imagination

Special Crystal Puree, RM13.00 x 2
This dessert is absolutely your first choice as it is made with fresh mango meat, sweet sago cream, sour antiquata pomelo meat and juice of mango flavor

Toddy Palm Purple Rice Soup, RM7.00
Creamy....thick but smooth...absolutely good if you like black glutinous soup
Egg Strip Water Chestnuts Soup, RM5.00
Something light...not too sweet and cooling up your body system
7up Qjelly, RM7.00 and 7up with Lemon Slice, RM5.00
Simple, refreshing drinks!
Three Sweet Ball, RM6.00
A bit for you and a bit for me, chinese believe this will bring the reunion charm, share it...three differrent filling, peanut, balck sesame and custard cream...see are you'll lucky enough to get the filling you want
Read Bean Soup, RM4.00
The auspicious red bean sand, only order this if you like the taste of mandarin peel...cause is not eveyrone cup of tea.
Ginko Barley Soy Bean Sheet Soup, RM4.00
By looking at the know it's good don't you
Mango Snow, free...if you spend over RM100
creamy mango taste...but not as smooth as ice gotta tast it yourself, definitely less fattening and less sweet, I guess more healthier version of dessert.
Chocolate Love, RM11.00
Tasted almost like ice-cream

More Food Review of My Honeymoon from KL Food Blogger's IAMTHEWITCH.COM (click here)


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