Dessert, Cafe Restaurants in Malaysia – 10 Restaurants
Pâtisserie BoutiQue serves a variety of pastas & pastries all of which are homemade recipes.
mimid3vils posted www.choiyen.com 419 Reviews
Definitely willing to come back if I visit Ipoh again, for their desserts particularly which is their forte as per their suggested name “Patisserie” which means bakery that specializes in pastries and sweets in French.
Softserve. Bento. Mantao. Beverage.
In the super hot weather now, it is the best to consume cold drinks thus here we come to the ice blended series. I would highly recommended you to try their coconut ice blended drinks which I personally think that it is pretty much alike compared to the Melaka Klebang coconut shake. It tastes much nicer compared to the one in Melaka.
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Ice cream parlour that offers premium soft serve ice cream, with exciting toppings to go with it.
chryshijing posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 55 ReviewsSuperb
Located above a car workshop, this unassuming cafe is the brainchild and a side hobby/income of Jon, a person who lectures at a local institution. It is obvious from the interior decor that he is someone who is really into the movie business. Or at least, arts and entertainment.
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Overall, it was an upset because their coffee is not up to standard. Hopefully they will do something about their coffee, improve their waffle and add varieties on their soft serve. If they do not have enough machines to provide different kind of tastes, they always can have 2 different flavors each day for 7 days which means a total of 14 different tastes. I would like to revisit them everyday to try every each one of the taste if they do that! Total Damage: RM59.00++ Ambiance: 4/5 Service: 3/5 Food Serving Speed: Moderate Will I Revisit?: No
I ordered the Iced Cube Chai, one of their signature drink. The ice cubes are actually made from freezing the tea into cubes. Pretty cool right. Honestly, it takes a while for the iced tea cubes to dissolve and mix with the milk. I had to keep stirring. It was good though. First thing you get to taste is the milk tea (which also has a nice scent to it), followed by a minty after taste because of the mint leaves. I removed the mint leaves soon enough as I didn't want my milk tea to have a strong minty taste.