Thursday, October 12, 2017

Shibuya Dessert @ Sri Petaling

Sri Petaling's newest dessert parlour promises a hot-and-cold medley of Japanese crowd-pleasers.

Start with the still-trendy Shibuya honey toasts from which this venue takes its name, available in flavours that range from classic to chocolate, strawberry to mango to almond (RM19.90-RM26.90). These freshly made toasts are thick, warm and crunchy-fluffy, offering a tasty contrast of texture and temperature with accompaniments of rich, dense ice cream. Each toast can easily be shared by two or three customers.

Complete your visit with the chilled, soothing comfort of kakigori-inspired indulgences, each bowl of shaved ice blanketed entirely with soft dragonfruit morsels and juicy watermelon balls (RM26 each).

Shibuya Dessert
17, Jalan Radin Bagus 5, Sri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur. Open Tues-Fri, 12pm-1030pm; Sat-Sun, 12pm-11pm. Tel: 016-778-2808

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10 comments:

  1. Tried the honey toast here, way too sweet so I never had it again.

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    1. Suituapui: some can be too cloying, true ... the ones here were OK tho! :)

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  2. Can't say I'm a fan of kakigori as I usually find the use of sweetened syrup too sweet for my liking. Hey, I'm not even a fan of our own local ais kacang...kekeke! ;D But I wouldn't mind eating the juicy dragon fruit morsels and watermelon balls on their own though.

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    1. Contact.ewew: definitely great for hydration! :)

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  3. I like Kakigori cos I am sweet toothed. Shibuya is famous for its crazy crossing at the junctions! I must visit this dessert place instead.

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    1. Twilight Man: if you like japanese desserts in general, and if you live in sri petaling, yeah, you could consider a visit :)

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  4. I think I'll like the dragon fruit kakigori.. looks refreshing!

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    1. Baby Sumo: yup ... i've never quite had so much dragon fruit in one sitting, heh :D

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  5. I can expect if I order those Shibuya honey toast I'll end up finish 2/3 by myself as both Sam and Kenny not fan of dessert. sad ~>_<~

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    1. Choi Yen: oh no! and ya, it might be too much to finish! :)

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