Petite Patisserie @ Shaftsbury Square, Cyberjaya & 10 Free Frozen Mousse Cakes

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With so many established multinational companies and universities in Cyberjaya, there are bound to be a lot of events and celebrations. And when it comes to birthday occassions, I bet most of you get the cakes from that cake chain shop (you know which) So if you are already bored of the usual offerings, there is an alternative now – Petite Patisserie located at the newly opened Shaftsbury Square.

chocolate-dream-slice
Chocolate Dream – This delicious combination of rich chocolate mousse, chocolaty sponge and smooth praline mousse is set to melt in your mouth

strawberry-delight
Strawberry Delight – This light-as-air strawberry cake is filled with a sweet-tart strawberry mousse between layers of delicate vanilla sponge

mango-madness-slice
Mango Madness – Bite into this fruity refreshing mango cake that is filled with silky smooth mango mousse between layers of vanilla sponge

Firstly, some introduction and background on Petite Patisserie. Frozen mousse cakes are their specialties and each and every cake sold here is imported from Singapore. Currently, the cakes come in three flavors: Mango Madness, Strawberry Delight and Chocolate Dream and are sold at RM49 each in its plain form, recommended for tea break or snacking purpose.


mousse-cakes

There are also the decorated ones @ RM60 each, which are of course more beautifully looking and perfect for special occasions.


*pic credit to Petite Pastisserie*

And if you are feeling creative, you could even decorate the cakes yourself or with your loved ones, hence making the celebration even more fun and memorable. You don’t even need to bring anything because there are various cake decoration ingredients that could be purchased at the shop (at discounted price) and better still, Karen (in house Pastry Chef) would be there to assist you.

birthday-decoration

One of the cake decor that you and your loved ones may be able to create here.

mango-madness

Quality ingredients are the key to great tasting food – cakes included. Petite Patisserie’s cakes are made with pure and imported ingredients (eg. 100% mango and strawberry puree and Belgium chocolate) and there are absolutely no artificial preservatives and flavors added. From the look, you could clearly see the generous amount of mousse filling in each cake, as each the mousse layers is visibly thicker than the sponge cake.
One immediate difference you would taste in the cakes is the light yet creamy, melt-in-your-mouth texture despite looking dense and rich. Coupled with a well-balanced flavor and sweetness, it is easy to indulge and enjoy these cakes without feeling ‘jelak’ afterwards. So don’t be surprised if you find one slice is never enough.

creme-brulee

cookies

Besides cakes, Petite Patisserie also sells house baked cookies and a couple of delectable French desserts like Creme Brulee (RM3.90) and Meringue.

chocolate-dream

I could go on and on about the cake but no amount of words could describe it better than tasting it for yourself. As a token of appreciation to my readers’ support, I have persuaded Petite Patisserie to give away 10 cakes (worth RM49 each) to 10 of my blog’s readers. If you are wondering, the cake would look like the photo above.
And as usual, there are no fancy rules to win these delicious cakes. You just need to submit a comment at the end of this post and try to make it as creative as possible. We (Petite Petisserie and I) will then pick the top 10 best comments and the winners shall collect the free cakes from the outlet – simple as that. But of course, some minor terms and conditions:
1. Winners must pick up the cakes from Petite Patisserie Cyberjaya, no delivery
2. Please allow two days notice before collecting the cakes
3. Winners will be notified via email
4. The cakes are made with HALAL ingredients

petite-patisserie-cafe

petite-patisserie-cyberjaya

Petite Patisserie
P1-27, Shaftbury Square
2350 Persiaran Multimedia
Cyber 6, 63000 Cyberjaya
Selangor
Tel: 03 8322 4669
Website: http://www.petitepatisserie.com.my
Business hours: 11am to 7.30pm (Mon-Fri) Sat: 12:00 pm to 7:30 pm Closed on Sundays

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**Contest is closed

With so many established multinational companies and universities in Cyberjaya, there are bound to be a lot of events and celebrations. And when it comes to birthday occassions, I bet most of you get the cakes from that cake chain shop (you know which) So if you are already bored of the usual offerings, there is an alternative now – Petite Patisserie located at the newly opened Shaftsbury Square.

chocolate-dream-slice
Chocolate Dream – This delicious combination of rich chocolate mousse, chocolaty sponge and smooth praline mousse is set to melt in your mouth

strawberry-delight
Strawberry Delight – This light-as-air strawberry cake is filled with a sweet-tart strawberry mousse between layers of delicate vanilla sponge

mango-madness-slice
Mango Madness – Bite into this fruity refreshing mango cake that is filled with silky smooth mango mousse between layers of vanilla sponge

Firstly, some introduction and background on Petite Patisserie. Frozen mousse cakes are their specialties and each and every cake sold here is imported from Singapore. Currently, the cakes come in three flavors: Mango Madness, Strawberry Delight and Chocolate Dream and are sold at RM49 each in its plain form, recommended for tea break or snacking purpose.


mousse-cakes

There are also the decorated ones @ RM60 each, which are of course more beautifully looking and perfect for special occasions.


*pic credit to Petite Pastisserie*

And if you are feeling creative, you could even decorate the cakes yourself or with your loved ones, hence making the celebration even more fun and memorable. You don’t even need to bring anything because there are various cake decoration ingredients that could be purchased at the shop (at discounted price) and better still, Karen (in house Pastry Chef) would be there to assist you.

birthday-decoration

One of the cake decor that you and your loved ones may be able to create here.

mango-madness

Quality ingredients are the key to great tasting food – cakes included. Petite Patisserie’s cakes are made with pure and imported ingredients (eg. 100% mango and strawberry puree and Belgium chocolate) and there are absolutely no artificial preservatives and flavors added. From the look, you could clearly see the generous amount of mousse filling in each cake, as each the mousse layers is visibly thicker than the sponge cake.
One immediate difference you would taste in the cakes is the light yet creamy, melt-in-your-mouth texture despite looking dense and rich. Coupled with a well-balanced flavor and sweetness, it is easy to indulge and enjoy these cakes without feeling ‘jelak’ afterwards. So don’t be surprised if you find one slice is never enough.

creme-brulee

cookies

Besides cakes, Petite Patisserie also sells house baked cookies and a couple of delectable French desserts like Creme Brulee (RM3.90) and Meringue.

chocolate-dream

I could go on and on about the cake but no amount of words could describe it better than tasting it for yourself. As a token of appreciation to my readers’ support, I have persuaded Petite Patisserie to give away 10 cakes (worth RM49 each) to 10 of my blog’s readers. If you are wondering, the cake would look like the photo above.
And as usual, there are no fancy rules to win these delicious cakes. You just need to submit a comment at the end of this post and try to make it as creative as possible. We (Petite Petisserie and I) will then pick the top 10 best comments and the winners shall collect the free cakes from the outlet – simple as that. But of course, some minor terms and conditions:
1. Winners must pick up the cakes from Petite Patisserie Cyberjaya, no delivery
2. Please allow two days notice before collecting the cakes
3. Winners will be notified via email
4. The cakes are made with HALAL ingredients

petite-patisserie-cafe

petite-patisserie-cyberjaya

Petite Patisserie
P1-27, Shaftbury Square
2350 Persiaran Multimedia
Cyber 6, 63000 Cyberjaya
Selangor
Tel: 03 8322 4669
Website: http://www.petitepatisserie.com.my
Business hours: 11am to 7.30pm (Mon-Fri) Sat: 12:00 pm to 7:30 pm Closed on Sundays

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31 Comments on “Petite Patisserie @ Shaftsbury Square, Cyberjaya & 10 Free Frozen Mousse Cakes

  1. i’m food lover, for sure cake too. hope to try the cake form Petite Patisserie, it’s attract me and it can decorate own cake. it’s special :)

    1. Thanks, good luck!

  2. Vkeong geng vkeong seng vkeong mou tak deng

    1. I got a feeling this comment will win lmao

  3. To have a gift of the cake from Petite Patisserie would be simply delectable to be shared with my loved ones. :)

  4. Wayne

    The cake was fabulous! I hope i have the pleasure of enjoy your cake. You guys are true cake artist. For sure I will call when I am in need of a fabulous looking and delicious cake! i cant wait for the cake melt in my mouth

  5. Precious time precious memory with precious cake. The miracle is here.

  6. soralicious

    I’ve stopped eating cakes for awhile now as cakes nowadays are getting more and more expensive, it can be on par with main course price sometimes and i’am not even kidding.

    However after looking at the cakes by Petite Patisserie, RM49 for a whole cake (#areyoukiddingme), somemore it’s imported from Singapore, I’m sold. It’s too good to be true and I must eat this. Plus the cookies also caught my heart too. Are you guys hiring?

  7. Stumbled across this post by vkeong when I’m craving for cake, so glad to see there is a chance for me to try out :)
    Can’t wait for the moment that smooth mousse to melt and texture of the vanilla sponge while indulging myself in Chocolate Dream imported fresh from Singapore by Petite Patisserie!

  8. Nice cakes ! Although i’m not much of a cake lover due to cakes nowadays being overly sweet, I’ll maybe drop by & try one if im nearby !
    Malaysia Cuisine´s last blog post ..Party Play Lifestyle Cafe @ Gaya Street, Kota Kinabalu

  9. Evelyn Oo

    Wondering how these cake taste, must be very deliciouse, because those cake’s pix really made me so tempted.w

  10. song fh

    I wish i can have a slice of one of the cake for my breakfirst to cure my hunger…
    I’m sure this will cheer me up my whole day!

  11. estherlei

    Wow! Had been following vkeong.com religiously for so long and very rarely i got any food recommendations for Cyberjaya and this post come with a bonus of free cake. Finally Cyberjaya got some gem :) Can i have the free cake pleaseeeeee!

  12. You are heaping lots of praise for these cakes. Gotta to try them myself
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  13. Darius

    Since words are not sufficient to describe the taste of the cake,please make me the winner to taste them with my own mouth vkeong and petite,gam xia in advance Penang Kia xP

  14. Chin

    This is really “Oppa makan style”!! The strawberry delight looks sooooo attractive!!! Luckily it is in cyberjaya and we can go dabao after lunch.. Creme Brulee is one of my favourite dessert, I can foresee that.. my diet program is going to be postponed again @.@

  15. Serena

    I’ve a sweet tooth and therefore have always been a lover of baked goods, but always seem to find that there isn’t much choice here in Malaysia. Glad to know that there’s a patisserie newly opened and definitely can’t wait to try it out!

    The chocolate dream looks like a total dream too, what with those luscious layers.. :D

  16. Cyberjaya deserved this kind of shop. Enough with mamak and arabian delights. I hope shaftsbury area will turn into neo cyber soon. Plenty of potential.

  17. Hody LOh

    im a dessert lover…no matter the dessert is from which country i will give it a try..especially cakes….cake is something that can not miss in all celebration….
    if i can not win this giveaway,i will go and try the cakes…
    really a lovely shop..feel very comfortable…..

  18. Danny

    To me, getting a cake to suits everyone’s taste bud is always a drama, more with gorgeous cakes like these. What if you assemble different sliced cake into one so we can have them all ! Should the surface comes out uneven, you can camouflage it with decos. I will be the first customer.

  19. Rosalind Wong

    Wow, fantastic baby! I really love the delicious of the three flavours. Once you eat, it melts your heart. Splendid! Love it!

  20. Dave

    Been longing for cakes that can revive my ever-craving taste bud. Many bakery had fail to live up to the expectation which offer over-rated cakes. Just hope this is the special one…

  21. I know the cake have a feeling on me, to telling me to eat please.. Is there any branch shop in Singapore to get a such cake of my birthday.

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    Thank you!!

  22. This cake sound like a very good idea as present for my bf bday…. After numerous present i bought for him, im out of brain juice to think Of another present. Ill cm to pick this delicious cake and decorated it and bring it to him… I bet he’ll love this chocolate cake with a final touch from me..

  23. Ooh la la…cakes

    Aaahh Petite Patisserie…vos gâteaux sont très jolis :)
    Nymphadora´s last blog post ..Ayam Penyet Ria, Sungei Wang Plaza

  24. Zurina Chan

    Desserts are definitely girls best friend! That includes your lovely cakes, patisserie and the list goes on. Wish to have a taste of it so that I could recommend the fine foods to family members, relatives and friends.

  25. Next week Mummy is turning fifty,
    Wanted to bake her a cake but she said, “Please don’t, have mercy”
    Wanted to buy her one but end of the month, no money.
    Perhaps I’ll try my luck at winning one from Petite Patisserie”
    :)
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  26. kaiser lu

    OMG the cakes look so nice!!! My gf sure melt if she saw me bringing this for her, haha… Hopefully can win this for my gf =)

  27. Anson Lee

    Then I will try to get the free cake with my humble “pantun”:

    Burung hinggap di rumah atap,
    Bina sarang tapi tak berjaya,
    Kalau nak rasa mousse kek yang sedap,
    Pastinya dari Petite Patisserie di Cyberjaya.

    Hope I can get it :)

  28. My boyfriend and I have stopped eating cakes for a while because they’re always too sweet, or that they don’t fit our taste buds. Now that you’ve mentioned that there are absolutely no artificial preservaties and flavors added in the cakes at Petite Patisserie, I’m sure it’s definitely worth a try, especially when his birthday is coming real soon on the 10th of September.

    It will definitely be great to give a chocolaty birthday cake to a chocolate lover like him! He would be much happier if it’s free. :P
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