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My initial introduction to Lady Eve Patisserie happened at my friend’s wedding. She ordered her naked wedding cake from Lady Eve and that cake got me hooked from the first sight. Such a simple, rustic, and extremely gorgeous cake! Not to forget the most important one, very delicious! Yes, you heard me right guys, it tasted so good. It was a carrot cake with cream cheese mixture and I guessed it was the very first wedding cake that got my two thumbs up not only for its presentation but also its taste!

I was extremely excited to pay a visit after knowing that they are now officially open a physical cake shop close to my residence in Serpong. Not only that, it means that I don’t have to worry about choosing the place to buy cakes for any celebrations now. Yeaaaayyy, call me one happy kiddo!

Just like the patisserie’s name, it was indeed established by ladies who loved to bake and indulge in others’ palate, particularly with sweets. They used to accept online order only and take this business as a side-job. Nonetheless, it’s not the case now as this business going to be more successful and it will be too hard to do multiple jobs at the same time.

OK, enough about the history and who’s behind the kitchen. Let’s go to the most awaited part – the products from their kitchen. The selections of desserts were beautifully arranged in the showcase at the petite-sized outlets which occupied the first floor of their store. They only provided a couple of tables as the store was not made for dining-in, but more for takeaway. All cakes were freshly made in the kitchen inside the pink-and-white-themed store, serving both customers who pre-ordered the cakes as well as those who just bought on the spot.
I’m lucky enough to get the privilege to have the cake tasting right at their kitchen located just behind the showcase. It’s not that spacious one, but able to accommodate up to 6-8 people, so there we were, my friends and I, ready to get sugar-high.
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