Little Collins Cakery & Cafe @ Solaris Mont Kiara: Beautifully-Designed Cakes & Everything Delicious!

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Despite the crazy traffic, I'm still a fan of Mont Kiara, mainly because the cafes and restaurants at the area. Most of the time I'll go to Mont Kiara for either Korean food or banana leaf rice, but little did I know there are quite a few interesting cafes around the area. One of the them is Little Collins.

When I first heard the name Little Collins, it reminded me of a street along CBD in Melbourne. Little Collins first started at Mont Kiara in 2008 by Frances Voon, as a bakery-florist shop. Few years ago, Frances decided to revamp the shop and turn it into a cakery cafe.

Although she didn't start out as a baker, but her love for art & craft and anything creative, lead her to designing varieties of very beautiful cakes. If you have any special request on your cake's design, Little Collins is certainly the right place to be. I like how fine their work is.

Apart from special cakes, they offer our normal everyday cakes too.

Before we start indulging ourselves with desserts and cakes, let's start off with some hot food.

Collins Big Breakfast (RM 25). Breakfast is the most important meal of a day. Have your breakfast with sausage, turkey bacon, eggs, baked beans, mushroom, potatoes and choice of home-baked bread. You can enjoy RM 3 off drink too!

Banana French Toast (RM 10). The home-baked country loaf was soft and fluffy, dipped in cinnamon egg and topped with fresh bananas. This was one of our favourite at Little Collins.

Spicy Seafood Olio (RM 23). I always enjoy the heat from Olio, and the ones at Little Collins definitely have that satisfying spicy kick.

It was my 2nd time having the BBQ Chicken Chop (RM 18), and am still a fan of the smokey BBQ sauce.

Next up, the highlights at Little Collins.... cakes!!

Rainbow Cake (RM 11). A very classic buttercake with 7 layers of buttercream. I'll usually stay away from cakes that are very colourful, but surprisingly kinda like this rainbow cake. It was light and not too sweet, and very "photogenic" too.

Raspberry Chocolate (RM 9). A new flavour at Little Collins. It has a nice balance of sweet and sour with layers of moist chocolate sponge and tangy raspberry mousse coated with raspberry buttercream. A good choice if you want something chocolate yet not too heavy.

Rich, moist and chocolaty, the Signature Chocolate Mud (RM 13.50) is one of their best-sellers and a chocoholic favourite too.

Mother's Day "Cheesecake Flower Pots" (RM 17). Pots filled with either raspberry or passionfruit chilled cheesecake with buttercream flowers beautifully-piped on. Mother's Day is just around the corner, so why not get creative and give your mom these lovely pots of "flowers" instead?

Matcha Milk Smoothie (RM 14). Mild yet well-balanced of matcha and milk.

Strawberry Banana Smoothie (RM 14). Despite having stronger flavours than strawberries, the bananas flavours were not too over-powering.

Cappuccino (RM 10). For a cakery, the coffee wasn't too bad.

Before going to Little Collins, I always thought pretty cakes don't taste as good as they look, which is quite true most of the time. Not only the cakes at Little Collins tasted good, but they are really pretty too! Hmm~~ I'm already thinking what cake should I have for my birthday this year! XD

To know more updates about Little Collins, check out their Website, Facebook and Instagram.

Address: 17, Jalan Solaris 4, Solaris Mont Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur
Operation Hours: 9am to 8pm daily
Contact: +603 6204 9986
Email: littlecollinskl@gmail.com

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