Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Malaysian pastries

Hubby discovered this Malaysian version of kouign amann and he loved it. For me, I like it better because it is less heavy compared to the Brittany version.

Aelig enjoying her Malaysianized kouign amann.

Malaysia has a lot of western pastries customized into local taste. This pastry is a combination of bread and cake.

French croissant selling at RM0.99 = 0.25€.

Bread stuffed with tuna. Hubby was not getting used to having meat in the pastry but now he accepts it. He is Malaysianized too :-°.

A traditional Malaysian pastry: curry puff.

Malaysians love their bread stuffed with hot dogs, something that amazed hubby too at the beginning.

Hope to see more Brittany pastries being sold in Malaysia. Brittany boleh!


  1. I'm hungry now ^^

  2. where is this kougg ammann bakery?

  3. Jaya Jusco Bukit Tinggi Klang, not far from the Klang Hospital.

    We found the same chain in Mid Valley, I think it is called Lavender.