Sri Talamaz Enterprise was founded in 1998 by two sisters, who came from generations of kueh makers. Incorporated in 2001, it started as a small kueh business operating from the house retailing at road side and selling made to orders for family and friends.
It has its first break when a leading hotel in Subang Jaya appointed Talamaz to supply local kueh for their restaurants and events back in 2000.
From these humble beginnings, Talamaz made its way into more hotels and caterers in Klang Valley supplying a wide range of kueh, fresh & frozen. Today, we are a proud key supplier to major hotels and caterers in Petaling Jaya, Subang, Shah Alam, Putrajaya, KLIA and KL areas.
Since our inception in 2000, our menu has evolved from a small variety to an extensive choice of over 80 kueh. All our products are made in our facility in Bandar Sri Damansara where quality is closely maintained through MeSTi and Halal guidelines.
Customers can enjoy the superb taste of our kueh without any hesitation knowing that “food safety” remains our #1 priority. We are the first company that designed custom made PP trays & containers to replace traditional materials used in the kueh making process while still being loyal to time-honored traditional recipes.
Our kueh are made only from fresh local produce and premium ingredients without using any artificial flavours or preservatives. We only use fresh ingredients and no artificial flavouring has been added to our products. Only a small quantity of permitted artificial coloring is used. Our products are manufactured in a very clean environment as our production facility, production processes and our products has been certified HALAL by Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (JAKIM). Choose from our wide array of local delicacies to satisfy your palette.
With over 60 types of steamed and baked kueh, you’re bound to feel spoilt for choice!
These kueh cooked in standard 10×10 trays are varied and you will find the classic kuih talam, kuih lapis, bingka, and and puding in this category.
These local pastries are made in individual pieces.
Choose from baked, deep fried and steamed kueh to satisfy your cravings for something sweet or even savoury.
Bring a piece of tradition into your home with our frozen delicacies. These are great for entertaining last minute guests as all you need to do is pop them out of the freezer and heat them or fry em!
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