Let your love flow…

…or to be more precise, let your lava flow!



…is the brand name of the products of the Centuryin Bakery, a subsidiary of our very own Sarawak fast food franchise. A long long time ago, it was called Applebee and I sure liked that name a lot more but for some reason or other, there was some kind of rebranding and revamping process going on and they saw it fitting to change it to this one.

The products are easily available at all the Sugar Bun outlets everywhere but if I am not wrong, they do the baking of some, if not all, of the stuff here…


…not far from the Delta Mall, across the road from ASTRO in the next block…


…so here, there would be a better chance of you getting something right out of the oven, piping hot and very fresh.

Their cakes and muffins are quite nice – I like their red velvet especially – and when I dropped by the other day, I saw that they had those molten lava croissants and I remember that not too long ago, there was a whole lot of commotion over the ones sold at a bakery in KL and that probably gave it a whole lot of publicity and since then, it seems that anybody and everybody is making and selling it.

Of course, the test of the pudding is in the eating and I wasted no time in grabbing one…

UNIqBUN molten lava croissant 1

…to take home and try. They are selling these at RM5.50 each but at a reduced price of RM10.00 only, if you buy two.

Sadly, the lava did not flow…

UNIqBUN molten lava croissant 2

…but the salted egg yolk custard inside tasted very nice, that much credit I would give to it. Unfortunately, there wasn’t all that much of it so when you get to the ends, you would find yourself eating plain croissant.

I must say the croissant was very nice – the texture was very well done…

UNIqBUN croissant

…and it had that much coveted buttery fragrance that seemed to elude me when I had those elsewhere like the ones here

Hotel breakfast croissant 1
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…or here
Hotel breakfast croissant 2
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At RM3.00 each, I would much sooner go for these plain ones and enjoy them with butter and jam or make my own croissant sandwich…

Croissant sandwich
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…instead of forking out that extra RM2.50 or RM2.00, depending on how many you buy, for that little bit of filling in the middle that to my disappointment, failed to flow.