Friday, September 30, 2016

Mykōri Dessert Cafe @ Bandar Puchong Jaya

"I can't eat anymore, I'm so full!"
"Do you want any dessert?"
"YES YES!"
Sounds like you?! #hehe
Well, I think I am one of them.
I always believe no matter how much you eat, there is always a room for dessert.
Dessert makes you happier and put you in a good mood.
If you are one of the dessert lover, then you shouldn't missed out this post because today I'll be blogging about a brand new dessert cafe that I've visited in 1 week ago, .
Shall we start now?



Mykōri Dessert Cafe is located at the second floor along the shop-lots near to the Pasar Raya Wai Hong, Bow Wow, and Moonlight Cake House.
If you aren't sure, you can find the place with Waze by typing Mykōri Dessert Cafe. #easyjob




The cafe design is simple with no fancy decorations, but created a very cozy feel to the interior. 
The timber wall and furniture create a warm and welcoming atmosphere, totally a relaxed atmosphere to the customers to enjoy their premium Japanese desserts. 


Quiet zone and also a great area for photo shoots. 


Smoking is allowed only at the specially designed balcony section. :)


Feel free to serve yourself with the free ice green tea and water.


Mykōri Dessert Cafe is a new dessert cafe which just started their business in 2 weeks ago.
So, it's a very new cafe at the Puchong area; however I am sure you will want to go back again and again after the first visit because the desserts there are very unique and delicious!
Bet one time visit is definitely not enough for you!


Shibuya Toast is the Japanese Honey Toast.
It comes with 4 different flavours which includes honey, strawberry, banana and matcha.
All toast bread sets come with a scoop of ice-cream, and cut into equal nine pieces which is easier for sharing.
I also realized the toast breads are not so oily like the others, as I heard they actually made their own toast breads



Strawberry Chocolate Toast @ RM19.50, comes with vanilla ice-cream, honey, chocolate drizzle, fresh strawberries, and whipped cream.
 
 

Matcha Adzuki Toast @ RM17.50.
The crispy toast bread has the green tea ice-cream, honey, red beans, as well as whipped cream.


Taiyaki is the famous Japanese fish-shaped cake, with the most common filling of red bean in Japan. 
It is also the main signature dessert at Mykōri Dessert Cafe.
However, the texture of the Taiyaki is different from the others because it is made with the same ingredients of croissant. 
The Taiyaki at Mykōri has total 4 types which includes ham and cheese, triple cheese, Adzuki red bean and chocolate banana.



For the cheese lover, I am sure you will fall in love with the Triple Cheese @ RM7 for one piece. 
It has made out of three different cheeses, and that's why the Taiyaki has a strong and great smell of the cheese.
Besides, the greatest part of the triple cheese is you can pull the cheese and form a looooooong string of cheese while savouring the Taiyaki. 
Interesting, isn't?!


Come! Let's challenge who can get the longest cheese string! #hehe


Some people just don't like the smell of the cheese; so you can go for a healthier choice which is the Adzuki red bean @ RM6 for one piece.
It's yum at first taste and very filling as well.



Tayiyaki also comes with the filling of ice-cream whereby they named it as Taiyaki Ice-Cream.
It has 2 different ice-cream flavours which are Matcha Adzuki and Vanilla Brownies.



Vanilla Brownies @ RM8, with the stuffing of vanilla ice-cream and chips.



Matcha Adzuki @ RM8 with the stuffing of green tea ice-cream and red beans.


Mykōri do have premium "ice kacang" as well! #lol
The Kakigori is definitely one best Japanese Shaved Ice for us to be pampered since Malaysia has all day long hot weather. 
It has 4 different selections which are strawberry, chocolate brownies, melon and matcha.
I really enjoyed the quality of the ice because it's like powder snow which melts so smoothly. 



Melon Kakigori @ RM26.00.
All the rock melon balls are freshly served, and arranged with the Aloe Vera and almond flakes. 

 

Matcha Adzuki Kakigori @ RM17.00.
It has a very rich taste of green tea flavour as the Matcha is imported all the way from Japan.
The shaved ice includes matcha & vanilla ice-cream, red bean, dango, puree and green tea sauce.



If you love a bit sweeter, you can pour the puree that prepared at the side.
I would recommend you to pour a little bit of puree before all.





If you enjoy strawberry flavour, go for the Strawberry Cheesecake Kakigori @ RM21.00.
The thick milk is made from the fresh strawberries and that's why it has a strong strawberry taste.
Comes with fresh strawberry, cheesecake, graham cracker crumbs, strawberry puree and whipped cream.



The price is all worth it with a little bit of surprise of the cheesecake layer at the bottom of the shaved ice. :)



I really enjoyed my dessert moment at the Mykōri Dessert Cafe, not only because of it's friendly environment, but also the generous flavouring desserts that they created.
If you asked about my recommendation of each types, my choices are #1 Strawberry Chocolate Toast, #2 Taiyaki Triple Cheese (but actually Adzuki Red Bean isn't bad also), #3 Match Adzuki and #4 Melon Kakigori.



That's all for today and I do hope you will have a great moment at the Mykōri Dessert Cafe!



Mykōri Dessert Cafe
Add: No 6-2, Jalan Kenari 18A,
Bandar Puchong Jaya,
47100 Puchong, Selangor
Tel: 6016 908 1990
Opening hours: Tue - Thu 2pm - 11pm, Fri & Sat 1pm - 12am, Sun & PH 1pm - 11pm (closed on Mon)
FB: Mykōri Dessert Cafe 

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