Big Tree Bakery, TTDI: New Menu
October 28, 2020
There's plenty more to satiate the appetite, from the BT Big Breakfast with maple beef bacon to the BT Grilled Cheese sandwich, but if you're looking for something lighter and simpler but still nourishing, try the Pumpkin Soup, naturally sweet, served piping-hot, with a touch of cream and slices of garlic oregano toast on the side (RM12).
Time for dessert: Big Tree Bakery is known for temptations galore, including Belgian Waffles with a bit of a caramelised crunch, bolstered with blueberries, strawberries and the can't-fail combo of vanilla ice cream with maple syrup (RM15).
Big Tree Bakery's regulars are well-acquainted with an array of cakes and pastries. The ever-popular Basque Burnt Cheesecake is an irresistible highlight, indelibly soft and creamy - we nearly licked it off the plate (RM16). The Dark Chocolate Banana Loaf is for folks who prefer a firmer dessert, crusty on the outside with delectable dark chocolate fudge and house-made chocolate crumbs (RM9).
For weekend escapades, be sure to check out the Cream Puffs, with a filling of fluffy diplomat cream folded in with salted caramel, concealed within choux pastry (RM9). Two exclusive cream puff flavours are available on Friday and Saturday, including the likes of Milo and Lotus Biscoff.
For drinks, Big Tree Bakery is debuting its Potter-inspired Butter Beer, rich in butterscotch and caramel, like a soda with a frothy, milky top - certainly magical for kids of all ages (RM16). The cafe also serves a quenching selection of mocktails, like the berry-esque BT Sangria (RM24; with wild berries, Ringo sparkling juice and mint leaves) and the fruity-fresh BT Sunburst (RM24; pomegranate and berry syrup with sparkling juice and mint leaves).
Of course, coffee is available too, with the Latte as the standard-bearer (RM12). Big Tree Bakery’s house blend is a dark roast of beans from Guatemala, Vietnam and Laos, for caffeine fans who prefer coffee that has a bitter kick but less of an acidic punch.
Cold-pressed juices from Jussu Juice are available for a wholesome beverage to balance out the dessert decadence (RM12 each). We went with a mix of apple, spinach, passion fruit and kale, as reviving as a springtime morning.
Chilling out here is a relaxing affair, especially for art lovers. Near the entrance is currently an exhibit by local artist Haron Mokhtar, an alumnus of the Malay College Kuala Kangsar, like Big Tree Bakery's founder. The cafe's name is a nod to the institution's renowned rain tree.
All in all, Big Tree Bakery is a cool choice for customers who appreciate some playful imagination in their cafe fare. These offerings are also available on delivery services like Foodpanda and Oddle. You can also order via Whatsapp - all the links are available on the bio of Big Tree Bakery Cafe’s Instagram page at @bigtreebakerykl
Many thanks to Big Tree Bakery for having us here.
Big Tree Bakery
32, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, Kuala Lumpur. Open Tuesday-Sunday, 11am-7pm. Tel: 019-977-8233
Online Orders on Oddle: bigtreekl.oddle.me