Monday, October 12, 2015

Cakes and Cookies by Bang Beyl's

Based in my humble kitchen in the heart of Subang Jaya, Bang Beyl's is happy to introduce the first few of its all-time favourite homemade cakes and cookies. Using good quality ingredients and freshly baked cakes to order, Bang Beyl's will ensure the result will be mouth-watering offerings.

Types of cakes that Bang Beyl's has to offer...

Oreo Berry Pavlova
A lovely dessert made of a light crispy meringue with a soft marshmallow texture in the center, topped with whipped cream, oreo crumbs and strawberries. 
The Pavlova is about 8.5 inches in diameter and 3 inches tall selling at RM75.
There'll be extra charges for other additional fresh fruits.

The 24 Carat Cake
A rustic looking two-layered moist cake, spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg, packed with generous amount of grated carrots, crushed pineapples and chopped walnuts, topped with smooth cream cheese frosting and lightly dusted with cinnamon powder...
Giving it that special aroma!

Available in 2 sizes :  1-layer 8x8 inches = ±1.1 kg (RM 60) & 2-layer 8x8 inches = ±1.8 kg (RM89)

Choco Cabana Cake
A delightful banana cake packed with chocolate chips. The combination of banana and chocolate is simply irresistible. Moist, rich and aromatic, a slice of this banana and chocolate chip cake will make you crave for more!

 Available in 2 sizes : loaf size ±600g (RM 23) & 1-layer square 8x8 inches ±1.2 kg (RM45)

Scarlet Velvet Cake
Moist and fluffy two-layered cake with a subtle chocolate flavour and an alluring deep red hue, sandwiched and topped with heavenly smooth creamy cheese frosting. 

Available in only 1 size (2-layer square 8x8 inches) :  ±1.5 kg (RM 89)

Scarlet Velvet Cupcakes
Beneath the rustic swirl cream cheese frosting lies a medium-sized moist, fluffy and rich dark red coloured cupcake that will seduce your taste buds.

Available in 2 box sizes (M size cupcakes) : 12 cupcakes (RM50) & 25 cupcakes (RM100)

Chocolat Noir
A moist and fluffy dark chocolate cake topped with rich chocolate ganache and sprinkled with oreo crumbs.
Available in loaf size (550g) = RM25 & 1-layer square 8x8 inches ±1.1 kg (RM50)

Chocolate Chip and Walnut Cookies
The classic all-time favourite cookies filled with chocolate chips and chopped walnuts, crisp at the edges, slightly chewy in the middle just how we like them!

Available in jar (+150g = 28 to 32 pieces) : RM15 

The Ordering Process
  • Please place your order three (3) days in advance before the pick up date to ensure availability. Last minute cancellation is strictly not allowed.
  • To place order, send me a text through whatsapp/sms at 0132825188. 
    • Please state your Name  
    • Name of cake or cookies and quantity (E.g The 24 Carat Cake (1.8kg) x 1 = Rm89)
    • Pick up date and time
  • Pay the full amount to Maybank account number, 1624 8709 4966 (Nabil Aizat bin Abdul Rahman).
  • Kindly whatsapp the transaction slip/picture to 0132825188 or email ( as proof of payment. 
  • Upon clearance of payment into the above account, I would whatsapp/text the confirmation and proceed with the order. 
Note :
  • Pick Up 
    • USJ 2, Subang Jaya (Opposite Summit USJ). Preferably at Shell or Petronas USJ 2.
    • Time : 
      • Weekdays (Monday to Friday) (1 pm to 2 pm & 8 pm to 10 pm).
      • Weekend (10am to 12pm) 
  • Delivery 
    • Free delivery within USJ 2 with min. order RM50
    • Free delivery within Subang Jaya with min. order RM100
    • Delivery charges RM20 within 20 km from USJ 2 with min. order of RM200
    • Subject to the availability of time slot 
    • Time slot 
      • Weekdays (10 am to 12 pm)
      • Sunday, from 9 am to 5 pm subject to availability of free time
    • By Post Laju for cookies only. Posting charges as follows
      • 1 - 2 jars = 
        • + RM8 (Peninsular Malaysia)
        • + RM12 (Sabah & Sarawak)
      • 3 - 4 jars =
        • + RM11 (Peninsular Malaysia)
        • + Rm17 (Sabah & Sarawak)
      • 5 - 6 jars =
        •  + RM15 (Peninsular Malaysia)
        •  + RM28 (Sabah & Sarawak)

If you have any other inquiries, please whatsapp or sms to 0132825188. Alternatively you can email me at I would love to hear from you!

Remember 'Bang Beyl's' and "Every bite is fresh from the heart"!
Tschüss und mach's gut!

Saturday, October 10, 2015

Introducing Bang Beyl's!

I've always loved and enjoyed baking cakes and cookies for as long as I can remember. Baking is my passion! Over the years, I have baked a wide array of desserts such as cakes, cupcakes, cookies and muffins for my family and friends. I've spent countless hours in the kitchen experimenting with various recipes to get the best results. My family members and close friends became the quality control taster. Having made all those desserts for my close ones, I would like to share my passion of baking with everyone who loves good homemade desserts! Moving forward, the timing is now right to take my passion to the next level; sharing the good taste and starting a business doing what I love! 

Having said that, I'm happy to announce the birth of 'Bang Beyl's', offering delicious home-baked cakes and cookies that will excite your taste buds and make you crave for more!

Remember 'Bang Beyl's' and "Every bite is fresh from the heart"!

Stay tuned for the upcoming post on the great desserts that Bang Beyl's has to offer...
Tschüss und mach's gut!

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Baking is my passion!

"Everyone has their passion right? You might be doing engineering, medicine or law but your desire and enthusiasm is actually in doing something else like modelling, singing, dancing, baking, or travelling. For me, my passion has always been in baking. Since young, I've gravitated in baking and I was always the one to persuade my mum to bake cookies for Hari Raya or muffins and cakes whenever we have a family gathering. The funny part was that I’d be the one getting all excited to do the weighing and mixing and my mum would be the one handling the oven.

My passion for baking grew tremendously when I started pursuing my studies in Germany. Even though I’m studying engineering but that didn’t stop me from doing what I'm really passionate about. I began experimenting with a lot of recipes online and also from various recipe books. I would do adjustment here and there to cater to my own taste buds and sometimes to create a whole new recipe. I’ve tried making a number of desserts such as cupcakes, muffins, cheesecakes, pies just to name a few. I bake quite often actually. Whenever I’m stressed out, whenever I’m celebrating something or sometimes just when I feel like eating something sweet. Oh yeah I have a sweet tooth. That’s also one of the main reasons why I’m obsessed with baking.

Baking is actually like magic. You have flour, you add in butter, you mix in sugar and eggs and you don’t know what’s going to happen to them. You add in other ingredients and tadaa they turn into cakes, into cookies, into pies and other wonderful desserts. The excitement of creating something new and the pleasure of sharing it with other people make it such an amazing experience. That just sums up my passion for baking.

Before ending this post, allow me to share a quote from Julia Child “Find something you're passionate about and keep tremendously interested in it.” And that’s exactly what I’m doing. The most important thing is to love what you’re doing and maybe one day you’ll end up pursuing your dream and turning your passion into something wonderful!"

Tschüss und mach's gut!

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Brighton and Hove

Brighton, located about an hour from London on the south coast of Great Britain is England's most populous seaside resort. Famous for its beautiful peeble beach and the seaside fun experience at Brighton Pier, Brighton has a lot to offer ranging from the amazing architecture of the Royal Pavillion to the vibrant and fun art of graffiti and mural.

I was in Brighton few months ago visiting a good friend of mine, Azri. He became my unofficial tour guide showing me around the beautiful city of Brighton. Brighton is not really that huge so one can actually covers the main sightseeing places in one or two days depending on what you are planning to do there. There are a lot of connections to Brighton from London, mainly by bus or train. I took a train to Brighton paying only 5£ for a one-way journey. That's because I bought the ticket few weeks in advance. If you're buying on the spot you might have to pay around 20 £. Anyways if you have time to spare, just hop on the train or the bus and take a short trip to Brighton. It's really worth it!

To start off, let me introduce a famous Fish & Chips restaurant in Brighton called Bardsley's. Njam njam!

Bardsley's Fish Restaurant

Azri and I

Bardsley Platter

Street Art & Graffiti Tour at Kensington Street

What the fudge?!

Brighton Street

The Royal Pavillion
The spectacular seaside palace of the Prince Regent (George IV) transformed by John Nash between 1815 and 1822 into one of the most dazzling and exotic buildings in the British Isles. It is highly influenced by both Chinese and Indian style (with Mughal and Islamic architectural elements)

Ice Rink at Royal Pavillion

Brighton Beach


Brighton's West Pier
The Pavillion caught fire in March 2003, was unable to be saved due to the collapsed walkway which prevented the fire crews from reaching it.

Brighton Marine Palace and Pier

Brighton Marina

My awesome hosts
Thank you so much to my amazing friend, Azri and my new friends, Sanah, Raf, Wani, Fad and Aziemah (not in the picture) for such a great hospitality and friendship. Miss you guys!

See you again, Brighton!

Till the next post...
Tschüss und mach's gut!