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2015-10-14 101 views
This picture basically explain about P.S Tokyo , except the highlight the Hojicha & Matcha Softserve Ice-cream!!! First, you might wander, why the name P.S. Tokyo?Apostscript (P.S.) is an afterthought, thought of occurring after the letter hasbeen written and signed. The term comes from the Latin post scriptum, anexpression meaning "written after" (from Wikipedia)According to the bossess here, Sam and Patricia. Her notion is that written after the end is so important that it should not beexclude
Hojicha & Matcha Softserve Ice-cream!!!
you might wander, why the name P.S. Tokyo?
postscript (P.S.) is an afterthought, thought of occurring after the letter has
been written and signed. The term comes from the Latin post scriptum, an
expression meaning "written after" (from Wikipedia)
According to the bossess here, Sam and Patricia. Her notion is that written after the end is so important that it should not be
excluded. This is the type of enclaved experience they wanted their customers
to have at the end of every visit.
P.S. Tokyo aims to give every visitors a unique Japanese experience by having top notch Japanese dessert and drinks. This is accompany by their cozy environment. Located in the busy business centre of SS2 area. P.S. Tokyo is one of the shop on the first floor, their shop row in the same row with BHP pump station or the Wings cafe there. They created an interior resembling a cozy and quiet minimalist cafe
facing the busy traffic at Omotesando.
Come during the night and sit at the bar for a mesmerizing view which is bound
to create a lasting impression.
Before I moved to Japanese dessert and drinks. There is one unique experience that I guess every instagrammer would love. P.S. Tokyo also collaborated with Play
Booth Co., for every customers who hashtag #pstokyo in instagram, the photos would be automatically printed out. P.and Yes, you can have these photos for FREE =D . While halfway shooting, we were all needed something to quench our thirst. So, the boss gave us to try this. Lemon drink. It's quite zesty, and sweet. I would prefer to drink this by mixing this with plain water. And all the drinks here all imported from Japan.
P.S. Tokyo served some really fancy dessert. These cake were all chosed by the boss. Based on the notion that she likes it, so good food should be shared. Tofu Cheesecake RM 12.90
Initially most of the us quite detest of the syrup that has ginger. But as we tried it, the taste turned out like the ginger taste further elevated the entire essence of the brown sugar syrup. The tofu cake is the quintessential type that you will shake like tou fu fah as you move the plate. Matcha Milk Chocolate Cake Rm 13.90
Typical taste of Matcha, liket he Matcha kikat. my second favourite cause matcha taste quite good also. Cotton Cheese Cake Rm 11.90
Appear to be the most ordinary like Cinderella, it is one of the most spongy and moist cheese cake I've ever tried. Sesame Tofu Cheesecake RM 12.90 Itoen Banana drink RM6.90
I later tried their banana drink that doesn't taste must like banana. sweet and more of like custard pudding. Milky banana drink should be. I've never been to Japan, and even the aluminium can from Japan is one level above those in Malaysia. It's thick and thus can't be crash easily. My bf keep the can since that it's cute design, and rigid.
here comes the hot drinks For the tea, there were 3 major type of Japanese tea (Rm 6.90 each)
Hojicha (Roasted Tea)
Matcha (Green Tea),
Genmaicha (Rice Tea)
For the coffee, there have Japanese filter coffee (Rm 5.90 each)
There were also having the sugar aside, so that you can make your can adjust the sweetness. I especially fancy the original green tea. the Hojicha not bad too. Now, there would be the highlight of the P.S. Tokyo~~ So far, there were having 3 flavours of softserve
Hojicha (Roasted tea)
Rm 9.90 for the regular size
Rm 6.90 for the mini size photo credit to Sharon Lee
hojicha (roasted tea) and Matcha softserve
(omg, as I was looking at the hojicha, I am craving for it again! )
The matcha softserve is matcha and milky taste. the Hojicha would be the absent of the milk, but both are equally toothsome. But later on when I was given the chance to squeeze it by ourself. I choose Hojicha cause milk matcha is quite fulfilling if I were to eat it alone. In the future, they will be more desserts and drinks added to offer more Japanese taste that satiate your tastebuds such as brewed coffee of fresh
charcoal roasted beans from Japan, Matcha Latte and many many more. and I am looking forward to their new flavours of softserve!
Follow and like their page for the latest update. Who knowns There might be free mini softserve soon!
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P.S. Tokyo Cafe
80A, Jalan SS2/60, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Wednesday to Monday
12pm - 12am
11pm last call
Other Info. : wifi, no GST, btw, the operation hour is not Tues - Sun, but Wednesday to Monday yea =D 12pm - 12am. 11pm last call.(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)