Sunday, June 3, 2012

Hokkaido cake @ RT Pastry House, Pavilion KL

Our new love..

Light, fluffy Hokkaido cake from RT Pastry House..


Everyone wants a piece of you...

Because you're so light, fluffy and oh-so-delicious..

Only 6 in a box.. we wish there were more!


Simply irresistible..

A light dusting of icing sugar and fresh cream in the centre makes you the perfect treat...



Do I hear you say YUM?



I've only got eyes for you..


You gorgeous light, fluffy and oh-so-delicious Hokkaido cake..

Read our review on other RT Pastry products here. 

Full set of photos can be viewed here. 

Price: RM16.80 per box.

Location: RT Pastry House, Pavilion KL, Tokyo Street, P6.45.00, 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur.

30 comments:

  1. i did not really fancy the cream though. :(

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    1. Why not? I thought the cream was one of the best parts of the cake.

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  2. wow, these look EXACTLY like my kind of desserts! i looooooove cream fillings, i adore icing sugar, and i sangat benci cakes that are hard and dry! will try to remember to buy one the next time i'm at pavilion :D

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    1. LOL I laughed when I saw u write "sangat benci". I also sangat benci hard and dry cakes. :P

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  3. Double YUM! =)

    Hey Sean, u need to buy a pack of six lar! :P

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    1. Haha he got no other choice but to buy a box of 6. I think I'm gonna learn how to make them since everyone else says its so easy.

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  4. Yen, do you know Sonia from Nasi Lemak Lover? She made this Hokkaido cake b4 & her cakes look just as good as this one & guess what, she used the same cupcake liners woh! I love this cupcake liner so much that she has helped me to buy 50 of them, hahaha! Now waiting for my girlfriend to pick them up for me as she is going back to Malaysia this month!

    I love all types of Japanese desserts & cakes! Yes, definitely a yum from me!

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    1. I saw her recipe and yes, it looks quite easy! I think I will try it after I get the cupcake liners :)

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  5. Ohh you love it too? I love mostly everything in RT Pastry! :D

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    1. This and the taro swiss roll are two of my fav things from RT Pastry.

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  6. Heard so much about this but never try before blame they don't have outlet near my place T_T

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    1. Haha next time can buy when you're passing by Pavilion!

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  7. So far I think they serves the best Hokkaido Cake. Have you tried the Strawberry flavor?

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    1. Not yet.. is the strawberry flavour nicer?

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    2. Have not tried either...hehehe...I worry if its not nice. So, I stick to the ori flavor. =)

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    3. I will try and let you know if nice!

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  8. Yen, this is so easy to make. I will make you some when I return home. Once you know how to make these, you will not be willing to pay that price:D

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    1. I'll look forward to that!

      I saw Sonia's recipe - looks fairly easy. Maybe I learn too!

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    2. It is a piece of cake for you:D

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  9. Yes I've tried this...RT, a neighbourhood bakery has now gone upscale eh! Their shop is always filled with people!

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    1. Yeah, their Taman Desa outlet is always busy.

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  10. oo... love this.. I tasted the Strawberry flavor and wanted more... its just so light and fluffy and soft.... drools...

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    1. I'll try the strawberry flavour next time!

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  11. Ohh...and Quay Po is right - this is easily baked at home! And I even have that same cupcake case, hehe!

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    1. Hehe I think after everyone's comments I need to learn how to make this. But it's good to have tried RT Pastry's one for a benchmark on whether mine tastes as good!

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  12. these hokkaido cupcakes r everywwhere! do they just taste the same? i think they probably do... unlike macarons..

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    1. First one I tried... not sure if others taste the same. Gonna try making them.

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