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5 Spots to Get Your Sweet Tooth Cravings Fixed in Kuching!

And we’re back with another foodie blog. The perfect dessert is like music that makes the taste buds dance, don’t you agree? In Kuching, you can get your sweet tooth cravings fixed in so many places. There are many cafes and restaurants with cake, ice cream, and more! Here, we have listed a few of the must-go-to places for dessert in Kuching!

1. Dessert in Kuching at Commons Old Court House

First on our list is Commons Old Court House! Located right in front of Waterfront Kuching, it’s really hard to miss the place. Every time I go to Kuching, I will make sure to stop by at least once for their Basque Burnt Cheesecake. Their cheesecake here is to die for. I have had a lot of Burnt Cheesecake from other places as well, but the ones they have here are perfect for me. 

BTW, the toilet at Commons Old Court House is gorgeous. I know, it’s a little off-topic, but it’s just a PSA. Haha. And you also need a passcode to enter! It’s no wonder that it’s always sparkling clean and well maintained. 

Operation hours: Daily, 11.00am – 10.00pm
? Old Court House, Kuching

2. The Iconic Round Tower Cafe

Next, we have the Round Tower Cafe which is located only a walk away from Commons Old Court House. Specifically, it’s located in front of Carpenter’s Street Poslaju. This building is one of the most iconic heritage spots in Kuching. For those who love a really aesthetic place to enjoy your tea time and get your sweet tooth cravings fixed, you must visit this cafe. 

This place also offers a High Tea Party, which includes assorted macaroons, fruit tarts, and many delicious sweet treats! 

Operation hours: Daily, 10.00am – 11.00pm
? Jalan Tun Abang Hj. Openg, 93000 Kuching, Sarawak

3. Troots Cafe

Brrrr! Here’s a place that would definitely satisfy your cravings for something refreshing and sugary. Troots Cafe is the place to get your bingsu cravings fixed! If you’re not familiar with it, bingsu (also known as Bingsoo) is a Korean shaved ice dessert that is usually served with chopped fruits, syrups, or condensed milk. If you’re a fan of shaved ice desserts or you haven’t tried Troots, I definitely recommend trying them at least once! You won’t regret it. Just look at that, simply mouth-watering.

Operation hours: Daily, 10 am – 9.30 pm
? GR FL LT 434 & 435, Jalan Rubber, Satok, 93400 Kuching, Sarawak (Also available at Metrocity, Matang)

4. Dolce Dessert in Kuching

You’re in for a treat at this place! Dolce Desserts has handcrafted soft-serve ice cream, waffles, mocktails, and more that are definitely worth trying. I’d highly recommend trying their soft serve ice cream. They change their flavours daily, so visiting this place will always excite you! Makes you think, what’s next? They have Pandan Gula Melaka, Teh Tarik, and also the famous Niko Neko Matcha! On a side note, they melt pretty fast. But for me, that ice cream had no time to melt. It was gone in a split second for me. The place itself is super lovely for a hangout with your friends and loved ones. 

Operation hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 12pm – 10.00pm (Closes on Mondays)
? Level 1, Sublot 27, Block A2 Saradise Kuching, Off, Jalan Stutong, 93350 Kuching, Sarawak  

5. Dessert in Kuching at Sangkaya

Lastly, we have Sangkaya, who are nuts about coconuts! Sangkaya serves yummy, flavorful drinks and also delightful ice cream. You can also choose toppings of your choice for your ice cream. Would you just look at that? *licks screen* JUST KIDDING! I personally love to go to Vivacity’s branch, cause I tried them first there, and also I get to enjoy it after a tiring(read as fun) shopping spree. 

Operation hours: Daily, 10.00am- 10.00pm
?Branches at Vivacity Megamall, Galacity, and Plaza Merdeka


Alrighty, that’s all for now! It’s the weekends, so bring your loved ones to visit these beautiful places with delightful dessert in Kuching. I’m pretty sure there are more places to go to get your sweet tooth cravings fixed in Kuching. If you have any recommendations, do share them with us and your fellow Borneo foodies. Till then, have fun! 

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