Just 2 weeks ago, the boyfie and I met up with our friend - Ivy to collect our invitation cards to her wedding reception. She suggested this bakery cafe in The School at Jaya One called Fuwa Fuwa Bakery Cafe to meet up. The School is a new place, a very hipster hangout spot I feel. When we arrived, we were quite confused as to where Fuwa Fuwa is located as the directory board's information was not complete. For your information, Fuwa Fuwa is located on the 1st floor. As you go up the escalator to the first floor, it's located just behind you.
Somewhat like an L-shape, Fuwa Fuwa's interior design is very open with a modern minimalist touch. Natural light casted through the glass walls brightens up the whole place instantly. A perfect setting for pictures!
I like how it was spacious enough to allow people to sit wherever they like and still maintain their personal space. they have plug points available too! some are located just below the tables. They have small tables for small group meet ups and bigger tables for bigger groups. The small tables are abit too small if you're meeting up with your friends with laptops and ordering their meals. As there were 3 of us on one table, Ivy had her laptop opened and 2 of us ordered food for ourselves. It ran out of space! So we moved to a long table instead.
Perfect spot for a quiet time alone
Fuwa Fuwa has a variety of buns, bread and pastries and some of their names are pretty interesting. Among the few were Roly Poly Sausage, Captain Floss & Fuwa UFO . There was this one bread which caught my eye the first time I saw it (Love at first sight LOL), I forgotten the name but I do know that it was a pastry topped with onions and cheese, it smelt so good. I didn't try that as I was hungry and I wanted a meal! I would go back again to try their pastries as I am a huge fan of pastries!
They also have a selection of cakes, I am a big dessert kinda girl but I wasn't feeling dessert that day. So I passed on the cakes. I will want to try their Tender Tofu Cheesecake on my next trip to Fuwa Fuwa.
Onion Rings RM8.00
Okay, so being the onion fan that I am, We ordered the Onion Rings. I like how the batter wasn't too thick that it overpowers the onion. Although it wasn't covered in a thick batter, It was fried till crisp. However, I would prefer if their onion slices were thicker. The onion rings are best eaten with their House special Sauce. Their sauce looks like mustard and had a little taste like mustard. I wonder what's the concoction for the sauce.
Chicken Schnitzel Sandwich RM12.00
Boyfriend ordered the Chicken Schnitzel Sandwich. It arrived with lots of leafy on the sides. The crispy chicken slices remained tender and complemented the sauce. I dislike how some F&B outlets over cooks their chicken and it turns out very dry and uncomfortable to the throat. their leafs were fresh too! Boyfriend ordered their latte, but he pointed out that their foam is abit too little for cappuccino and ideally it should be thicker.
Tropical Chicken Chop RM 15.00
See what I mean about perfect picture setting??! Ahem.. anyway... I ordered the Tropical Chicken Chop. Like the Chicken Schnitzel Sandwich, it came with a side of salad. The chicken was accompanied by tomato sauce.
The chicken was lathered in tumeric and grilled till tender. The strongest flavour was the tumeric, but it should contain other spices and/or flavouring. I wished they had more tomato sauce though. The tomato sauce gave it a little Hainanese touch to the dish and of course a dish is not tropical without a pineapple to top it off right? I enjoyed my dish but wished that it was a bigger portion.
Creamy Mushroom Soup RM 9.00
Ivy ordered their mushroom soup which my senses tells me that it is delicious. It is indeed creamy as it states and according to Ivy, it is fresh unlike those that are possibly taken from a mushroom soup can. their garlic bread looks soft, with a crisp toasted surface. Smelled good too. We were informed that their mushroom soup is made from scratch, sounds like my type of mushroom soup!
If you foresee yourself visiting this cafe often, then be a Fuwa friend to receive members' benefits and privileges.
Also, one good news is that they have baking classes for little ones! They have 3 types of classes:
- Dough Play (Price: From RM45)
- Cupcake Craze (Price: From RM50)
- All About Cookies, (Price: From RM45)
The price includes materials and starter kit. They require a minimum 6 kids to start a class and a maximum 12 kids per class. The classes are held 2 hours per class and they have couple of classes on Friday, Saturday and Sunday respectively.
Fuwa Fuwa has friendly and helpful staffs to attend to your needs. They helped recommended the food and drinks as we took some time to decide our meals. With helpful and friendly staffs, I'm sure the kids will enjoy themselves during the classes too. They also do kids parties whereby guests are able to bake their own cookies and cupcakes which they can bring it home!
Head on to their Fuwa Fuwa Bakery Cafe Facebook Page to check out photos of their kids classes and parties. Looks like fun! You could call them up to ask for the time slots or you could drop by their bakery to check it out yourselves.
As their tagline goes "Have a Fluffy Day!"
Fuwa Fuwa Bakery Cafe
100-1.37 & 100-1.41, The School, Block J, Jaya One,
No. 72A, Jalan Universiti,
46200 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Opening Hours: 10 am - 7 pm (Mon - Sat)
Tel: +603-7491 4866/016-217 5297