This New Cafe In Setia Alam Serves A Variety Of Cinnamon Rolls With Delicious Toppings

Choose from more than 15 different flavours such as KitKat, caramel pretzel, and even pandan gula Melaka!

Cover image via Home Baket at Clover (Facebook) & Arisha Rozaidee/SAYS

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There's a new cafe in town serving an array of cinnamon rolls with delicious toppings

[email protected] in Setia Alam recently opened its doors to the public on 25 March.

Located along a row of new shoplots at Eco Ardence - an up-and-coming residential area to your left when you exit the Setia Alam toll from the North Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE) - this store is a haven for people who love baked goods and have a sweet tooth.

At this cafe, you can get cinnamon rolls at RM5 a piece, or RM6.50 if you opt for more premium flavours

Besides the classic cinnamon roll topped with cream cheese frosting that we all know and love, you'll also find over 15 other variations of the pastry right here.

For example, their bestsellers include roasted almond, caramel pretzel, and pandan gula Melaka.

If those options don't entice you, you can also try out their red velvet, KitKat, or chocolate Hershey's cinnamon rolls.

Besides cinnamon rolls, you can purchase assorted bagels, coffee, and muffins at this cafe. Perfect for a nice brunch with friends or family.

The pastry itself is soft and fluffy while the toppings are absolutely decadent

Pro tip from the abang behind the counter: you can heat up your cinnamon rolls by placing the entire box in the microwave, and set the timer to 10 seconds per cinnamon roll. For example, if you're heating up four cinnamon rolls at a time, set the timer to 40 seconds.

Alternatively, you can also heat up the pastries in an oven. There are instructions on the box!

If kept in the fridge, the rolls can remain fresh for several days.

I bought a box of cinnamon rolls and heated them up in the microwave after three days. They still tasted amazing and the pastry was still soft and bouncy.

Their first outlet opened in Bukit Jelutong last year

However, according to their website, the founders have been making cinnamon rolls from home since 2015. That's over six years of experience!

Make sure to keep them in mind the next time you're craving cinnamon rolls.

Setia Alam
G-13, Jalan Eco Ardence U12/36D,
Setia Alam,
40170 Shah Alam,

Bukit Jelutong
28-G, Radia Commercial,
Bukit Jelutong,
40150 Shah Alam,

Opening hours:
Daily (9am-6pm)
Closed on Wednesday.

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