Thursday, April 12, 2012

RT Pastry House


Hello readers! I'm recently having a sweet tooth. Just fall deeply in love into all sorts of cakes, ice-creams and pastries! Where else would be my favourite place to go other than a bakery confectionery?


RT Pastry House offers more than 20 flavours of cakes to fulfill each customer's taste :D

#1 French Cheese Stick @ RM4.00

Let's try their ever famous absolutely cheesy cheese stick! :D


To me, this has little bit of New York Cheese,
filled with lots of raisin and rums to enhance the cheese taste.
If you're a 100% CHEESE LOVER, then you'd absolutely LOVE it!
 #2 Green Tea Cheese Stick @ RM4.80

Well, I hope I don't disappoint the non-cheese lovers out there, because there's another version of not-so-cheesy stick here which is more tolerable for those who don't fancy much of dairy products.

Despite of the compact texture, I can only taste the strong green tea flavour which eventually covers up the cheese. Like many Japanese desserts, it is complemented with red beans to bring out the natural flavour of sweetness.

#3 Yam Cake @ RM29.00

This is exclusively for yam lovers :)
It may look ordinary like any other vanilla spongecake,
but trust me, you'd say differently when you try this yourself!


Instead of using yam cream alone, the baker chose to blend yam cubes with the fillings to add textures and better taste into the cake! Thumbs up :D

 #4 Blueberry Cheese Cake @ RM28.00

It was for my 19th Birthdae Celebration last month. 
A must-have for cheese lovers!


#5 New York Cheese Cake @ RM28.00
Especially suitable for birthdae celebrations and special occasions!

#6 Marble Cheese Cake @ RM28.00

This is the most authentic, best cheese cake I've ever eaten!
Believe it or not, half kg of this 100% cheese cake costs less than RM 30,
let me know where else can you find such a bargain?
Very, very reasonably priced :D
 #7 Don't scroll down too fast!
The best thing always come last :)


RT Pastry House's signature dessert is the Hokkaido Cake @ RM16.80 per box.
Soft chiffon cake is filled with sweet custard filling and topped with icing sugar.

At RT, it comes in strawberry and chocolate flavours. But my personal favourite is still the original vanilla custard cream, melting in the mouth with a cold sensation. It's the best temptation ever!

Locate the nearest branch to you and order your cake now! :D


73 comments:

  1. That Hokkaido Cake looks so good! As does the Yam cake. Yum!

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    1. Hi Maggie, what a sweet seduction right?

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  2. Wow.. U visit there quite regular hor!

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    1. Hi Nikel, it's my favourite pastry house despite of its location

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  3. I had twice bad experience with RT, my pcs of cake grew fungus underneath! SIGH**

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    1. Hi Yee Ling, two times of bad experience is really bad, so far mine is all good (:

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  4. i've heard so many about this shop, and their cakes really looks good!! must try one day.. :)

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    1. Hi SK, yes i bet they are one of the best, considering its fair price

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  5. Try their strawberry cheese tart and their signature Opera cake too!

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    1. Hi WyYv, would love to try that in future!

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  6. Yam cake should be nice. Heard about this shop from other blogs before.

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    1. Hi Yan, they are really popular and their yam is especially soft too

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  7. I wanna try that Hokkaido Cake for the longest time but all their branch not convenioent for me >.<

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    1. Hi Choi Yen, someday you should hunt for it :D

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  8. I'm very much interested in their cakes! Very nice packing and certainly looks delicious!

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    1. Hi Hayley, exactly (: we share this in common

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  9. oooooo I wanna try the cheese stick!

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    1. Hi Merryn, one isn't enough for cheese lover :D

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  10. cheese sticks with raisins! that sounds delicious! especially if it's creamy and rich-flavored. can imagine the cheese being savory, and the raisins being sweet :D

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    1. Hi Sean, so nicely described eh (: probably one of the best in town!

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  11. WAH so many good comments ...really must try it out one day cos I'm a CHEESE LOVER.

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    1. Hi Mok, then you shouldn't miss this (:

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  12. am not a cheese lover but your pics sure tempting

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    1. Hello there, perhaps you can try out other signature cakes and pastries as well (:

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  13. i am getting hungry with the sweetness :)

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    1. Hi Betchai, it's not only sweet but very mouth-watering as well (:

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  14. You do love your desserts hor. Yum yum

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    1. Hi Isaac, of course; most food i love is dessert

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  15. Yum! An entire pastry house; great idea!

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    1. Hello there, it's really good (: check it out!

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  16. Their cakes are very attractive and yummy de lor....breads are nice too.hehe..
    I usually go the SS15 outlet. Alwiz oso so crowded...haiz..

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    1. Hi Mel, their business is really lucrative eh (: good to get the fresh stuff from there

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  17. Yum...the Hokkaido Cake is my favourite. Chilling non sweet fresh cream with soft cake in my mouth, oh so hungry now.

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    1. Hi Vicky, Aww i haven't try before or else i can enjoy it as much as you do!

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  18. Does RT stand for ReTweet? hahaha
    If cheesecakes ain't that pricey, I'd eat them for breakfast everyday.

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    1. Hi Tony, you tweeted too much :P you can bake it yourself everyday, Hahas!

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  19. I love their cakes, especially swiss roll and Hokkaido cake,yummy!!

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  20. Looks amazing! (:

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    1. Hi Cathy, they taste better than they look :)

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  21. yam cake my fav...hard to find one that's selling good yam cake :)

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    1. hi Yvonne, yes because they usually substitute yam chunks with yam puree :)

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  22. the yam cake looks very yummeh.

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    1. Hi Anne, it's certainly creamy and full of goodness!

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  23. What a beautiful selection of cakes. I'm very taken with that yam cake. I love the shape of it and I would really like to taste it. xx

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    1. Hi there, that's definitely a must try!

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  24. Yummm...wouldn;t mind the cheese stick but no cheese cakes for me. Other "normal" cakes, anytime...

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    1. Hi Arthur, the full cheesy stick is really rare as compared to the 'normal' cakes.

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  25. My friends are so crazy over the cakes from RT. We have one in Subang Jaya and they are always there buying some of the goodies sold here. However, RT is facing competition with 2 more bakeries opened side by side. I am not a dessert person but when I get into RT with my friends, I do enjoy looking at the cakes. Somehow I find that the price is also a little steep but my friends don't mind paying for the love the taste of the cakes here.

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    1. Hi Nava, they always have close competitor nearby in each outlet of theirs, yet their business is very brisk :)

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  26. I want the cakes! especially the cheese ones!! =D

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    1. Hi Xue Ren, cheese lover there? High five!

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  27. I always pass by the RT Pastry house in Subang ss15 but never thought of going in to buy anything. Now i change my mind, i wanna try their hokkaido cake :DD

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    1. Hi Connie, you should at least get some pastry there :) looks sinfully good!

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  28. the hokkaido cake looks so tempting.....YUM :D

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  29. okie i work there before the cake is good, and you may try their swissroll :0 is super nice and you can try their chacoal swissroll that is my fravor. you wont wanna know that how they take k their stuff at puchong and subang outlet >.<

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    1. Hi Caro, that sounds err...kinda unhygienic i assume? well, forget bout it, i'm happy and healthy after having their stuff

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  30. Hey, I'm a cake lover too! Those Hokkaido cakes are available in S'pore too. A little too expensive tho'...

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    1. Hi Shirley, perhaps you can get some while on discount

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  31. UMMMM!!!! delicious :D what a post. I'm following

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    1. Hello there, thanks for your support! Do drop by more often :)

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  32. Until blogging, I didn't know kasutera is so popular oversea! And I also noticed that the word "Hokkaido" often appears in a lot of dishes and baked goods. :-) Maybe they used milk or butter from Hokkaido or they just put the name for popularity. ^_^ All the desserts look delicious!!!

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    1. Hi Nami, I didn't know it's called Kasutera until you mention it here :) thanks for sharing. Hokkaido is just the name I guess, coz' I've seen some named it as Osaka Cake for the same pastry

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  33. I think I've passed by this cake shop in Puchong before. Never knew what's inside until your post! Would love to try that cheese stick though. Interesting.

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    1. Hi Carolyn, it's pretty good for a family of cheese lovers! :)

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  34. My favorite.. everyday birthday celebration also got buy this cake from RT pastry ^_^ yummy yummy xD

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