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Original Cakes At Gurney Mall, Penang

MUCH HAS BEEN TALKED ABOUT ON SOCIAL MEDIAS ABOUT ORIGINAL CAKES many-many months ago... but I only get  a chance to talk about it now... LOL... See updated I am...

There is no franchise in Ipoh as yet, maybe the market is not there, buying power is lesser here than in other states.  My girl wanted to try this much-shout about cake called Original Cakes which are originated from Taiwan.  There are two branches in Penang, one in Gurney mall and another one in Queensbay.  Before leaving Penang, we went to Gurney to get the taste of this cake... Ended up buying two boxes home.
Freshly taken out from the oven.... 
Half of the giant cake is cheese and half is plain as in original...
We opted for the plain one.... 
The distributing begins....
They measured and made a mark before cutting up... 
Five loaves on each side... 

Once cut, the young lady will put into the boxes...
Since the cakes are still hot and fresh,  
we have to leave the box open for at least half an hour... 
By the time they were in Ipoh, the "swelling" has subsided a bit.... 
Still warm no doubt... 
Taste?
The egg fragrance is there... very soft texture... 
Caan eat two or three pieces at one go is not a problem...
Something like chiffon cake to me with a softer texture... 
So this is what Original Cake tastes like...
By the way, it is RM15 per box.

Comments

  1. Yesterday i pass by the Ah Mah Traditional Cake in Vivo City, people Q-ing for it, Original Cake is S$8...

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    1. Oh, then more expensive than Malaysia.. :) but cheap if don't convert..

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  2. Wow! How did you get to see them doing all this? Is the making of the cakes open to the public? Wish I could taste, I love cake!

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  3. So this is The Cake! I have heard my friends talking about it.
    How much is the cheese cake?

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    1. Oh I forgot to ask.. I think RM20 or RM25... this one is RM15

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  4. We have that here. Overrated! A cousin bought for us, most got thrown away, nobody wanted to eat - lucky thing I did not buy myself. Would curse and swear.

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    1. Why throw away? Can be eaten, right? Just taste like normal egg sponge cake, right?

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    2. Dunno, my sis. Maybe left there too long, nobody eating so did not want to keep, taking up space only. I did not hear of it getting moldy so I don't think that's the reason.

      If she had given it to me to take home, I would eat - I don't complain one, anything edible is good for me...especially if it's free. Hehehehehe!!!!

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    3. hahaha I am like that too, I would eat, anything edible is good enough for me.

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    4. Oh dear.. so wasted.. it was so nice, soft and spongy especially when fresh.. we ate till the last piece.. :)

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  5. Ooooohh. I never knew of such cake from Taiwan. Such huge cake!!

    Half cheese half plain. Hmm. Must be good. Does look like chiffon.

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    1. Can buy in Kuching too! At Taka, I think.

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    2. It is actually plain on one side.. and cheesy for those who want that... sold separately...

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  6. Such a big cake! There is one at 1-Utama but I haven't found it yet LOL!

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    1. Oh, it must be hiding somewhere at the corner.. hahaa..

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  7. Aha, so you have tried it now. Did your daughter like it? Will you buy it again?

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  8. Does it taste a bit like Uncle Tetsu's Cheesecake?

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    1. I havent tried Tetsu cheesecake.. this one is plain egg cake to me..

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  9. Oh mine, from the look of it, I already fall in love with this cake, so eggy and soft, any branch in JB or SG?

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    1. As Sharon said, you have it over there in Sg,..

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  10. I have tried before and I really love it! I prefer the original flavor though ;)

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    1. Yes, I didn't order cheese.. just the original..

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  11. I ate this cake twice and wondered what's the big hoo-hah about? LOL
    It is nice to eat with coffee since I was fed for free. Soft and warm is yums.

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    1. Lining and queuing up, right? If long q, sure I wont wait...

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