Kurtos Spiroll, originated from Penang serve Chimney bake cake or Kürtös Kalács. Kürtös Kalács is the oldest Hungarian pastry which stems from the Hungarian words kürtő that refers to “chimney” and kalács meaning “cake“. Kürtös Kalács was first made in Covasna County, Transylvania(the mythical home of Dracula!) Region by Hungarian settlers and the recipe is one of the best kept secrets of Eastern Europe. Originally the Kürtös Kalács was baked only during special occasions such as weddings or festivals but as more people fell in love with this Hungarian pastry, it is now available throughout the year and now Kürtös Spiroll are bringing it to us at Imago Mall, Kota Kinabalu!
11 types of sweet Kürtös Kalács and 6 types of savoury Kürtös Kalács to choose from. Only Spiroll dog available for the savoury Kürtös Kalács for the time being.
One of the bestseller, Nutella Walnut Kürtös Kalács is also available !
The look of these beautiful Kürtös Kalács will make you drooling
wide selection of buns are also available at Kurtos Spiroll. you can grab some buns while waiting for your Kürtös Kalács to be ready
To make the product, a special recipe dough is rolled by hand into an even strip and then wrapped like a ribbon around a wooden cooking roll. The dough is then caramelised and baked to perfection in a purpose built oven.
A topping of choice is then sprinkled on the steaming hot Kürtös Kalács. The caramelised surface creates a sweet, crispy crust while leaving the inside fluffy & soft.
Spiroll dog, savoury Kürtös Kalács with jumbo hot dog
Watch the Kürtös Kalács” by Kürtös Spiroll
Kürtös Kalács” by Kürtös Spiroll are freshly prepared on-site from scratch, baked rather than fried, unique, and delicious. A taste of Eastern Europe in Malaysia!
Location: Basement flood, Imago Mall
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