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Level1 2016-08-14
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Definitely a must-try for all matcha lovers! The parfaits are rather big so I would recommend to share among your fam and friends! continue reading
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Level3 2015-12-29
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It's all about green tea. Every single page of the menu, there will be green tea options from food, dessert to beverages. As you can guess, it's a Japanese cuisine.We had the Salmon Don set which cost approximately RM 21. It comes with a Salmon Don rice with a drink of your choice. I had the matcha latte. The salmon portion is relatively quite good, but the don was too dry for my liking. There isn't enough sauce to pair with the rice. The matcha latte wasn't good either. It was a little bland and too milky. My friend had one of their signature green tea drink which comes with a green tea ice cream float with three glutinous ball alike. For a green tea lover, it was heavens. The green tea flavour was so strong that it covers almost all the latte taste coupled with the green tea flavoured ice cream, it was gone within minutes for my friend. The glutinous balls were also chewy and tangy. Interior wise it was a simple and comfortable place to hang out with friends. Staffs were quite attentive and speed was fast. However, patrons will have to pay the bill at the counter itself. Since the restaurant isn't overly spacious, it's highly advisable for them to bring the bill to customers instead of forming a long queue in front of the cashier. continue reading
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Level3 2015-10-11
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餐厅里面的桌椅排位其实很宅小 不同于一般餐厅的比较注重桌椅排场但却给人一种仿佛身在日本,吃着日本的餐馆。也是另一种体验在这里的人潮不会退的 永远那么多人 全靠服务生良好的态度和安排来维持这里的秩序,这里值得嘉许我这一次只是叫了那个月份的特别menu set 并没有尝试他们家的抹茶我只能说 便宜 分量十足 价钱公道 服务良好!实在值得!我会再光临的! continue reading
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Level4 2015-10-05
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They really do have one of the best matcha soft serve ice cream on cone. The matcha flavours was really fragrant and strong without the usual bitter notes from matcha and it wasn’t overly too sweet for me! and also they do serve lunch and dinner food as well.  continue reading
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Level4 2014-06-12
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A matcha match made in Mid Valley: The first Malaysian branch of Japanese chain Nana's Green Tea Cafe has finally launched in Kuala Lumpur's Gardens Mall, more than a year after Singapore welcomed the inaugural Nana's outpost for Southeast Asia.Nana's can get packed during peak hours, but it's probably worth waiting awhile for a table; the food is reasonably priced & relatively interesting. Comfort-food highlights include hot, soupy bowls of udon blanketed in fresh-tasting seaweed, spring onions & a poached egg (RM15.80 before taxes).Salmon sashimi (top-notch, exceeding expecations) served over cereal-mixed 'millet rice' with sesame, nori, pickled ginger & pea sprouts (RM18.80). Other items on the menu include chicken karaage salads & beef hamburg in tomato loco moco sauce.Ultimately though, it's the tea-based temptations that's supposed to lure customers. Choose from the simplicity of the Uji-Cha, the wild fragrance of the Karigane-Cha, the toasty-nutty flavour of the Hoji-Cha or the roasty brown-rice aroma of Gemmai-Cha.The selection of tea drinks & desserts is sweeping: We like the the matcha slushie, cold & creamy, topped with soft-serve vanilla ice cream (RM12.80).Parfait-lovers should like this complex combo: First, green tea kanten jelly is scooped into the base with with matcha syrup, then piled on with layers of ice cream, corn flakes, red bean paste, whipped cream & warabi-moshi (bracken starch dumplings) dipped in kinako roasted soybean flour (whew!). RM19.80. continue reading
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