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Level4 2013-11-28
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According to its FB, described "Sweet delights made from glutinous rice flour, pure extraction of fruits, kidney bean and fresh cream"I am a Mochi lover. I have been seeing one of the stalls at Tokyo Street, Pavilion. Stopped by the stall a few times but never attempted one as I worried on the sweetness. One fine day, we saw a new outlet, a bigger Kiosk located at the centre of The Gardens. They displayed their products so exclusively like a piece of precious jewel.Due to many flavours in the list with different prices, taken us quite awhile to choose one. Finally we decided to try their signature item that is Sakura, cost RM4/piece.You are advised to thaw your mochi for 10 minutes before consumption as it has been kept in the chiller cabinet that set in a lower temperature. My first bite, the Mochi was certainly soft in texture and chewy... this is the kind of feeling that I fancy Mochi in particular.Then my next concern was the filling, whether it would be very sweet, but it's not... I have not tasted Sakura before, hence, what I could taste is of mixture of flower tea fragrance while at the middle of the filling, the white in colour is more like fresh cream to me (luckily it was not the condensed milk). All mixed it in the mouth gave the presence of flower tea & milky taste. It's delectable! Well, I will return very soon to try their best seller items. continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-12
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Well, if you love Chestnuts then I suppose you'll go goo-goo-gaa-gaa over this one. I do love Chestnuts, but for some reason I only love it in it's original roasted form..definitely not when grounded into a paste and mixed with cream. Which is what needed to be done to create this Chestnut Cream Mochi. So ..ya.. I would say it tasted average for me, not really the best. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-20
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Mochi sweets is located at mid valley, they have quite a lot of flavours, if im not wrong is about 12 different flavours. there is chestnut cream, black chocolate, cream chocolate, purple potato, green tea, mango yoghurt, peach cream, and strawberry blueberry cream. Their mochi prices range is in between 3.5 - 4 ringgit for each. Its depends on what you order. The one i love the most is black sesame, because soft and strong sesame taste. continue reading
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Level4 2013-04-06
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Mochi ni makanan asal dari negara Jepun. Selalu usha je kedai ni dari jauh, teringin nak beli tapi takut pula ada unsur-unsur yang tidak menghalalkan. Tapi bila google-google dan ramai juga yang bercerita pasal mochi ni, terpengaruh juga akhirnya untuk beli. Tapi beli dua biji je. Nak rasa-rasa..hehe..rasanya memang kenyal, sedap je buat kunyah-kunyah sambil window shopping Macam rasa kuih koci pun ada, cuma kuih koci intinya kelapa dan kulit luarnya ada salut bijan. Mochi ni kulit luarnya licin je. Isi dalam pula ada macam-macam. Ada coklat, green tea, sakura, kacang hitam dan merah dll. Lepas tu kalau nak makan mochi je aku cari yang kat &eleven tu je. Murah pun murah.. continue reading
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Level3 2013-01-03
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Mochi Sweets is a glutinous rice flour pounded into a soft chewy casing and filled with cream. Their have 12 flavors for you to choose. I have chosen Dark Chocolate, Sakura, Red Bean, Purple Potato, Peach Cream and Mango Yogurt. Before eating you are required to thaw your mochi for 30 minutes. That's to ensure that the skin is soft and chewy enough to enjoy. The purple potato was nicer. It wasn't too sweet and the cream was thick and smooth. continue reading
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