Mochi Sweets @ The Gardens, Mid Valey
Mochi is a Japanese rice cake made of glutinous flour pounded into paste and moulded into shape. Mochi is a traditional food for the Japanese New Year and is commonly sold and eaten during that time and has now evolved into a prominent snack and dessert in Hawaii, South Korea, Taiwan, Cambodia, and Thailand eaten all year round. Mochi Sweets ingredients flown in from Japan. It is kept at -20 degrees Celsius at all material times and can be consumed immediately after being thawed for 10-15 minutes.
The Gardens Mall (Lot S-K01, 2nd Floor)
Mochi Sweets also available at:
• Tokyo Street @ Pavilion (Lot No. P6.15.00, Level 6)
• 1 Utama (Lot GK-102, Ground Floor)
• Sunway Pyramid (Lot F1-100C, 1st Floor, Orange Atrium)
12 flavors set @ RM 40.00Peach cream, caramel macchiato, purple potato, red bean, green tea, strawberry, sakura, mango yoghurt, blueberry cream, chestnut cream, black chocolate and cream chocolate.
6 Top selling flavors set @ RM 21.00Green tea, red bean, cream chocolate, mango yoghurt, blueberry cream and chestnut cream
RM 3.50 - RM 4.00 (per piece and depending on the fillings)
Mochi has a soft and chewy texture with a creamy and yet delicious fillings.
Mochi a box of 6, RM22.00Best eaten chilled, it has a nice flavors with a subtle sweetness. The skin is soft, swaddling a creamy texture fillings.
Shot with Nikon D7000
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