Tous Les Jour is one of the leading bakeries in Klang Valley and many Malaysians were upset with their final departure on May 25th when all 4 outlets nationwide were closed down. They were known for their tasty pastries, breads and cakes that many would line up for.

If you’re upset (like we are) about their departure, you’d be glad to know that we compiled several bakeries around Klang Valley where you can get the best buns, pastries and more! Consider it your next mission to hunt these bakeries down. 😛

1. Komugi

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An authentic Japanese bakery with a French twist, Komugi originated from Japan and offers deliciously handmade baked goods everyday from cakes, breads to pastries. It also hosts a relaxing and cosy environment for customers to unwind at. Not to mention, take-away is available here too!

One of their must-tries would be the Komugi Signature Hanjuku Cheesecake. It’s half-baked, melts in your mouth and has a spongy texture to it. Another favourite would be the Baumkuchen Thousand Layered Cake (think Japanese kuih lapis). It has amazing texture and flavour to it, not to mention, and Komugi is one the first bakeries to have it in Malaysia.

Hours: 10am – 10pm, daily

Address: LG1-12,1-13, Lower Ground, Jln Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur (With outlets in other parts of Klang Valley, Melaka, Kuala Lumpur, Johor and more!)

Website: Komugi

Tel: 03-21425520

2. RT Pastry House

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A fusion of Japanese, Taiwanese and French, RT Pastry House has been around since 2003. Their bread and pastries are baked fresh daily with the finest and freshest ingredients. RT Pastry House has 12 outlets in the Klang Valley and they’re sure to meet your daily need for fresh baked goods.

Their must tries would be the affordable yet mouthwatering French Cheese Stick and if you’re a fan of matcha, there is an extensive range of matcha-themed baked goods. A personal favourite that has been agreed with among everyone is the oh-so mouthwatering Hokkaido Cake that comes in a box of six.

Hours: 8am – 9.30pm, daily

Address: 7-0-7, Jalan 3/109F, Danau Business Centre, Taman Danau Desa (With outlets in Subang, Puchong, Setapak, Kota Kemuning and more!)

Website: RT Pastry House

Tel: 03-79819106

3. Bowery Petit

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Bowery Petit is a patisserie and bakery bar that’s located in the heart of TTDI and it’s been the talk of the town ever since its inception. Why? Bowery Petit’s concept is to deliver a “slow food fast” sensibility with all your hearty favourites.

With a family-friendly environment, excellent coffee, refreshing craft beer and American comfort food, what is there not to like about this eatery? The ambiance of the place is also amazing for some cute shots on Instagram! Try their fresh from the oven Pizzas and colourful Rainbow Bagel!

Hours: 11am – 11pm, daily

Address: 48 Persiaran Zaaba, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur

Website: Bowery Petit

Tel: 03-7710-0295

4. Levain Boulangerie and Patisserie

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Located along Jalan Imbi is this gem right here. They’re a French bakery that proudly bakes their bread straight from a stone oven (talk about traditional…). They also have a variety of French pastries and breads that are baked daily with fresh yeast for the best flavour.

Levain hosts a beautiful bakery with high ceilings, al fresco dining and classic European decor right in the middle of the big city. A very good place to unwind or perhaps even on a date. Here, you can savour soft and delectable bread and pastries while having a cup of coffee.

Hours: 730am – 9pm, daily

Address: No. 7, Jalan Delima Off Jalan Imbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Website: Levain Boulangerie and Patisserie

Tel: 03-2142 6611

5. Nathalie’s Gourmet Studio

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Nathalie’s has been around for years! Chef Nathalie is a French chef from France that concentrates on creating a new twist on French cuisine and desserts. Not to mention, she also has a cooking school for those who want to know about her best-kept secrets!

Located in Publika, Nathalie’s make the best macarons in the area to date. For all you sweet tooths out there, here’s where you can get the most authentic French Macarons.

Hours: 10am – 11pm (Thursdays to Saturdays only)

Address: Unit A4-01-5, Solaris Dutamas, Jalan Dutamas 1, Kuala Lumpur

Website: Nathalie’s Gourmet Studio

Tel: 03-6207 9572

6. Huckleberry Food & Fare

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Hidden in a cosy neighbourhood in Bukit Damansara, Huckleberry hand crafts their amazing bread with over 20 varieties everyday. “Food & fare” stands for classic comfort food made from the finest ingredients using time-honoured recipes. Their signature would be the Miche Sourdough range of bread.

Huckleberry didn’t just stop at producing crusty and fluffy bread. There’s also a variety of scrumptious cakes, pastries, sandwiches and more! With a relaxing ambiance and the smell of freshly baked bread, this is the place to be to unwind.

Hours: Tuesday-Sunday: 7.30am – 12am, Mondays: 7.30am-4.30pm

Address: 2G & 4G, Plaza, Jalan Medan Setia 2, Bukit Damansara, 50490 Damansara Heights

Website: Huckleberry Food & Fare

Tel: 03-2098 7933

7. Dotty’s

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Dotty’s in TTDI is home to one of the best comfort foods in the Klang Valley. Get absolutely guilty with their sweet treats, pastries, cakes and breads. With a beautiful ambiance to indulge, no one can resist as lines go on forever if you’re late on a weekend!

The must-try in Dotty’s is definitely the Salted Egg Yolk Cronut. Ever heard of a cronut? It’s a doughnut fused with a croissant. Now, imagine it drizzled with salted egg yolk. A tad bit of sweet and salty to it, definitely worth the guilt.

Hours: 8am – 8pm daily

Address: 20-G, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail

Website: Dotty’s 

Tel: 03-7733 4233

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