If you follow me on my instagram, you will know I have been to Bangkok last month. I am still in the midst of drafting my Hua Hin post so stay tuned for the travelogue post. Meanwhile, here’s the first dessert shop I visited when I arrived Bangkok. Kyu Roll En is one of the dessert craze in Bangkok serving Japanese desserts that are visual appealing and nice in taste. Continue reading [TRAVEL EATS] KYU ROLL EN- THE JAPANESE DESSERTS IN BANGKOK
So, what is raindrop cake? It is a giant raindrop dessert which is also known as mizu shingen mochi. Mizu Shingen mochi is a Japanese cult dessert made from mineral water and gelatine or agar and served with roasted soybean flour and sugar cane syrup. I came across Yokosuka Curry House located at City Square Mall, Johor Bahru that offers this dessert. I have visited twice within a month. First time was alone and second time with a friend. With RM5.90 ~ S$2.00 , I would say give it a try! I wonder when Singapore is going to launch this soon. Continue reading [JB EATS] IS RAINDROP CAKE THE NEXT TRENDY DESSERT?