Home Food ReviewsCuisineDessert Nadeje, Petaling Jaya

rif is a big fan of the mille crepe in Nadeje and has been looking forward to the shop’s opening in PJ. The place is like a mad house during weekends. Most people resort to take away their mille crepe but since I managed to get a small table, we ate our cakes there.


Original Mille Crepe

We tucked into an insane amount of cake that day – six slices! The Original Mille Crepe (RM9.50) was as good as the one I tried in Malacca. Aromatic from the vanilla beans, the crepe with custard and fresh cream was soft enough to cut with a fork, yet firm enough to hold its shape.


Cheese Mille Crepe

Cheese Mille Crepe (RM9.50) is quite decent, but not my type of crepe. If you’re one who likes a bit of zest in your cake, this is the mille crepe for you.


Mango Yogurt Mille Crepe

The Mango Yogurt Mille Crepe (RM9.50) is a good option for those who like their cakes moderately sweet. Made with mango puree, yogurt and cream cheese, it was less creamy compared to the original mille crepe.


Double Chocolate Mille Crepe

I also liked the Double Chocolate Mille Crepe (RM9.50), a dark chocolate crepe with dark chocolate cream, chocolate chips and chocolate ganache. This was bittersweet without being overly cloying. Of course, I wished I had another two people to share this with us as by the time I was done with all the cakes, I felt like one myself!


Dark Chocolate Cheese Cake

rif liked the Dark Chocolate Cheese Cake (RM9.50), made using 65% dark chocolate. Texture was dense and smooth, with a rich aftertaste. Definitely made for sharing. The Pineapple Nama Donut (RM7.50) was picked because it looked interesting. But I wasn’t a fan of this – the cake was a tad sweet and I didn’t fancy the foam-like texture.


Pineapple Nama Donut

The shop is small and can seat a maximum of 25 people at a time. Not ideal if you’re planning to bring a girl on a date because people will be crowing around your table waiting for you to finish your cake. I got really annoyed at that.


Insane amount of cake for two!



If my mum knew how much cake I ate that afternoon, she might throw in a good spank with her legendary bittergourd and kailan juice. Haha!


The queue never ends…

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Ambiance: 6/10
Price: 6/10
Food: 7/10 (pork free)
Verdict: If you’re a fan of Nadeje but don’t want to drive all the way to Malacca, this is your best bet.


Dataran 3 Two Square,
Jalan 19/1, Section 19,
46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Tel: 03-7960 0025.
Website: www.nadeje.com.my
Business Hours: 11am – 10pm daily

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Melissa April 10, 2013 - 11:23 am

Woah….average 3 slice per person! *geng ler….

Bangsar Babe April 11, 2013 - 10:49 am

Hahaha I am hero! :D

Chong April 10, 2013 - 4:23 pm

Gosh… I thought the crowd would be less by now but it doesn’t seem like it.

Bangsar Babe April 11, 2013 - 10:49 am

I think the shop is too small. Hopefully they will consider expanding…


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