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10:00 - 22:00
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10:00 - 22:00
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Mizu Shingen Mochi 水信玄饼 (Japanese Water Cake) a famous desserts in Japanese and korea has finally reached JB. Mizu shingen mocha is looks like a suspended water drop but it was actually a cake. It was usually topped with fine peanut and brown sugar sauce. Yokosuka Curry House is the first stall to introduce this popular Japanese cake into Johorbahru (JB). It has launched in two flavours – Original (brown sugar sauce) or the Matcha flavour. In the past, to enjoy this dessert, you have to travel to either Japan or Korea, but now, u no longer have to do so. All you have to do is to travel to JB (city square).The first Yokosuka Curry House was located at City Square level 3 Innercity. It is in the directly opposite wongkok restaurant. It was a very compact stall where there is about 5 seats surrounding the stall.Yokosuka Curry House was famous for its Japanese curry set meals. But this introductionof mizu shingen further fuels its popularity. But the time we reach at 4pm, we bought the last mizu shingen. Do pop by early for a try of this japanese water cake.The Japanese water cake was prepared beforehand by the chef. So what he did was topour the water cake to the boat like plate before topping it up with the sauce and peanuts.Do note that the water cake will disintegrate with 30 mins at room temperature, so consume it fast before it is gone. The water cake taste was rather tasteless. The only flavour you taste was the brown sugar syrup or the matcha syrup. It existed by a jelly. It pretty much exists like water being solidified by the “maker of mizu shingen mocha” insisted that it was a cake. The fine peanut and the syrup helps to add flavour to the cake so do remember to ensure that every bite was filled with the toppings.Mizu Shingen Mochi (RM 5.90) – Original / MatchaIf you were to ask me which flavour is nicer, I would say that brown sugar flavour was nicer as it match the peanut better. But both taste equally similar. It was a dish to try once in a lifetime, but to be honest; its taste was rather bland and normal.Follow me at instagram/ Facebook : @jacefootprintsRead more at: http://jacefootprints.blogspot.sg/2016/05/jbmalaysia-yokosuka-curry-house.htmlLocation:Yokosuka Curry House (City Square,Opposite Wongkok 旺角茶餐厅)MKF-04, Level 3 Inner City, JohorBahru City Square106-108, Jalan Wong Ah Fook, 80000 Johor Bahru, Johor.Operating Hours: Daily 1000 – 2200Fb: https://www.facebook.com/Yokosuka-Curry-House-1623335011242784/ continue reading
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