Put the Chinese New Year cookies on hold and bring out the cakes for Valentine’s Day. If you don’t want to get caught in the potentially massive weekend crowd now that dine-ins are allowed, solidify your Valentine’s-at-home plans and order these cakes to express your affection instead.
Jaslyn’s popular Victoria Sponge and Lemon Curd cakes are getting a glow-up this Valentine’s Day. Carved into a petite heart shape and decorated with crystallised and fresh rose petals, the limited cakes come with a hand-stamped “I Love You!” tag — overt affection done right. Packaged in clear boxes tied with grosgrain ribbon, the cakes can be collected ahead of the weekend rush on Feb 10 and 11. Alternatively, have it delivered to your recipient for an early V-day surprise.
Fine Coffee and Flowers
If there’s only the two of you, a smaller cake might just suit your celebration better. All you need is a spoon to dig into Fine’s smooth strawberry cheesecake, made with homemade strawberry jam, a layer of cookie crumble base and topped with freshly sliced strawberries and edible gold leaf. Their Valentine’s Day set also comes with a bouquet of classic red roses, crafted by their bespoke florist counterpart, to help you kill two birds with one stone.
RM210. Slots for Feb 13,14 and 15 are still available. Whatsapp 012 778 3321 to order.
If you’re looking for a cake that is on the lighter side, these pastel creations from Kooky Cream combine fluffy sponge layers and airy mousse. Adorned with pretty piping, marshmallows and heart sprinkles, the pink option contains raspberry yogurt mousse while the yellow version mixes mango and fragrant genmaicha together. Great for sharing (especially for Galentines), the six-inch cakes can serve up to six or eight people.
Basque burnt cheesecake fans can enjoy this decadent, melt-in-your-mouth dessert by Elevete even after Valentine’s Day is over. Topped with fresh strawberries and blueberries and dusted with powdered sugar, the five-inch cake, available until Mar 14, will make any occasion a sweet one. It comes decorated with a string of fairy lights, and there’s also an option to add on preserved flowers that were cut at the peak of blooming.
RM105. Order here.
The romantic Red Velour Heart from Mandarin Oriental is a sophisticated raspberry sponge cake complete with layers of white chocolate crémeux, cherry mousse and raspberry compote. Go for the 1kg cake if you’re aiming to impress or mix and match the 250g versions with some of the hotel’s petit gâteaux and assemble your own dessert box. After all, you know your Valentine best.
RM28 and RM168. Order here.