baking since 2005
Specializes in pastries and sweets!
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Everyone knows Tiramisu, a legend and famous dessert from the land of Don Corleone. Many people have made different interpretations and expressions of it. I make this deep dish style tiramisu that is very common in Italian households as a remedy for a hangover. It is rich, liquorish, with special blended coffee that will cure even the worst hangover. Try a scoop of this deep dish tiramisu, you won’t stop until the dish is empty.
IDR 40 - IDR 400
I want to make a lighter cake for those who do not like a dense, thick chocolate cake. I use Kumquat to soften the chocolate taste. Do you know what Kumquat is? It is a small citrus fruit that looks like a small orange and mostly available in Asian or subtropical countries. This cake is a fusion cake using Meihwa Kumquat from Hanoi and I blend it with Belgium Chocolate to form a lighter chocolate cake. It is just simply irresistible!
IDR 35 - IDR 400
There was this Afghanistan restaurant that I used to go to every single weekend in Fremont. I always craved their dessert which has rose water and pistachio nuts in it. Ooouuww so good. My interpretation of this cake is solely to satisfy my craving in the beginning. Now I want to share this delight with all of you.
IDR 35 - IDR 800
My friend Jacob, the founder of Sugar CRM software in Silicon Valley, California, has gluten allergy. It is a genetic allergy from which his whole family has suffered for many generations. I made him a flourless chocolate cake that can be enjoyed by his family and friends during his birthday. Since then, I got a lot of orders for this cake even from people who are not allergic to gluten. Yes…., it is so good that once you eat it, the sinful chocolate devil will haunt you till you die.
IDR 35 - IDR 400
I remember that my grandma used to make this cake at least once a week. She inherited this traditional recipe from her mother. So this is an original recipe from my great grandma. I modernized the Grandma’s recipe of Lapis Surabaya, a famous three-layer cake and voila….. The magic taste from grandma is still there. Thank you Grandma for teaching me how to make the best Grandma Spikoek and we love you always.
IDR 20 - IDR 500
We got lost on the way from Medan to Lake Toba. But the good thing was, we could stop and enjoyed Medanese local durians. It was quite an adventure for Hugo, my nephew, who had never tasted durian before. And he ate 4 pieces. The king of fruit from Medan has won his heart, and I am sure that this creamy durian on chocolate crusty pie will win your heart too.
I learned about the word Tutti Frutti from an old fashion ice cream parlor at my hometown, Surabaya. It means a mixed of fruits and sometimes with nuts. The name Tutti Frutti was also used as a song title, name of a theater, TV series, and now is also the name of my fruit tart. The sweetness, sourness, and tanginess of mixed fruits, magically create different variant of tastes. Truly an awesome feeling!
IDR 30 - IDR 300
When we were in the US, my sister always did the grocery shopping. Guess what? She never missed to bring home the Rum Raisin Ice Cream (2 pints at least). Well, each time they lasted only for 2-3 days. She is just madly in love with rum raisin flavor until today. I re-create the classic cake with rum raisin taste so she can always have her favorite dessert in the refrigerator. Hope she loves me more and more too…..…., l love you sista.
IDR 30 - IDR 600