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Ask anyone about Apple Strudel, and chances are they’re going to be talking about the famous Corica Pastries in Perth. Yeap, they do serve up an awesome apple strudel (I was fortunate to have a chance to try thanks to Val back in the years), I recently found that you can get an equally mean version of this delicious pastry right here in Klang Valley.

Fruity Cake and Bakery, Klang
Fruity Cake and Bakery, Klang

More specifically, the relatively old and unassuming looking pastry in Klang by the name of Fruity Cake and Bakery.

Best apple strudel in town, at this unsuspecting old school cafe bakery place Fruity Bakery & Cake. #kyeats #applestrudel #klang #cafe

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Fruity Cake & Bakery is no stranger to the locals, the shop has been in operations for decades and serve mainly pastries, cakes, coffee, and a few selected Western dishes such as spaghetti, chicken chops etc.

I’ve been to this place a few times, and to be perfectly honest, the coffee is subpar, the Western dishes looked like it was from the 90s, and the interior decoration fits for a sitcom set up from 20 years ago.

best Apple Strudel I've had in the country
best Apple Strudel I’ve had in the country

What is really awesome tho, is their apple strudel.

A portion goes for RM 6.75 and if you want the whole big box (around 5 pieces?), that’ll be close to RM 30.

It is worth every single cent tho! The pastry is crispy, and the filling is just done perfectly. It doesn’t really play second fiddle to the version at Perth in my opinion, I liked it just as much.

If you’re a fan of this pastry, make a plan to visit Klang.

map to Fruity Cake and Bakery, Klang

Address:
Fruity Cake & Bakery
107, Leboh Turi,
Taman Radzi,
41200 Klang, Selangor
GPS: 3.026957, 101.427942
Tel03-3373 1071

Discuss : KY eats – Apple Strudel at Fruity Cake & Bakery, Klang

  1. Very well written. All the very best for further articles. You’re doing a great job.

  2. Pastries look really good!

  3. Yes agree 100%! this is a classic case of “cannot judge a book by its cover”. The shop is very tired and dull looking but the apple strudel is smacking good. I have also tried the corica version, so i am just so happy to find its equal in this unassuming shop. Just looking at the loaf of apple strudel in its specially made box is tantalising.

  4. KY, is not easy to make for they have to rolled the dough out on table till paper thin. I love it from time to time. At work workers always bring lot different kind if pastries for everyone. Some homemade and other store brought.

    • Vickie: you’re a lucky person to have colleagues bringing these good stuff at work!

  5. Yeah, I just saw a friend shared about the bakery recently and I’m planning a trip to Klang for food hunting!

  6. I just ate the best apple strudel ever in Austria and was wondering if I could find something similar in KL.

    • Monica: welcome to Klang 😀

      • But this is not the same as Austrian/central European strudel, which has very thin phyllo type pastry. This is the Australasian strudel, which has a puffy puff pastry type of dough. Not saying one is better than the other, just that they are quite different things.

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