Wednesday, 4 February 2015

Uprising of Japanese Cafe...

Ten years ago, dining at a 'Hong Kong cafe' is probably one of the trendiest thing to do during that period of time. 'Hong Kong cafe' back then was so so common. There's probably one in every neighborhood. Me and my friends used to hang out there too. :) However, that was a completely different situation as compared to now.

Since I had a heavy dinner earlier, I decided to go for the desserts only.

'Japanese Matcha & Ogura Honey Toast'
This is pretty similar to the thick toast that one can get at a 'Hong
Kong Cafe'. But over here, they have topped it with several types of
Japanese ingredients, etc. 'Shiratama'(Sweet rice flour dumpings),
green tea ice cream, red beans... The finishing touch would be the
portion of 'Honey' that goes on top of everything else.

I started dividing it into 9 pieces. After dividing it into smaller
pieces, the ingredients started flowing down the 'holes' that goes
between the pieces of toast. As I dig into the toast, besides for
the nice and sweet sensation, it also comes with this nice fragrance,
which is a (+). Not only it's fluffy inside, the toast is also
covered in this thin layer of crust. And the chef has come up with a
pretty good dessert, which is a good mix between a Toast and the
Japanese ingredients.

The name of this Japanese cafe would be 'Wa Cafe'.
It's located on basement 1 of 'Chinatown Point'.

Opening Hours:
  • 11:00 - 21:00

* Click here for the Facebook Page of 'Wa Cafe'.
^ Click here to find out more about 'Chinatown Point'.
~ Click here for the location of 'Chinatown Point' on Google Maps.

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