When we talk about Malaysia, the first thing that comes into our minds is “very hot lahhh!!!”. Don’t you worry! We have a few good places to go for shaved ice desserts that will definitely cool you down from the heat.
Kakigori provides hand craft Japanese shaved ice paired with fresh fruits and premium ingredients. The special part is Kakigori’s fuwa-fuwa soft fluffy shaved ice is similar to newly fallen snow. On top of that, the matcha that is selected to be used is produced by Marukyu-Koyamaen from the Uji region of Kyoto, Japan. There are various types of shaved ice in the menu and they are all very insta-worthy! For example, the Watermelon with Rose Espuma & Red Fruits in the menu will win every girl’s heart as it is mainly in pink.
2. Hanbing Korean Dessert
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Hanbing Korean Dessert is a Korean themed cafe that serves not just shaved ice desserts but hot food as well! There will be a special edition shaved ice every season, so customers who are bored of the menu will have greater choices. However, the crowd starts to kick in around 9pm on a Friday night. So, it is better to go earlier to secure a seat!
3. MyKori Dessert Café
MyKori serves a variety of premium Japanese desserts and snacks. Although the location is somehow “hidden”, it is still quite crowded at night! If you are a fan of cheese, this is the café that you should definitely visit. MyKori serves mango cheesecake shaved ice that comes with a pot of flower tea to match with the taste.
Snowflake was brought to Malaysia as the owner wants to introduce the wonderfully natural and authentic desserts of Taiwan. All of their desserts are handmade and freshly cooked for hours daily to maintain the freshness. Normally, people would go for their best-seller which is the double black grass jelly dessert either hot or cold.
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Tsujiri is a tea brand from Japan with 155 years of history in Green Tea making. So, with that we all know that the green tea flavoured shaved ice is famous in this café. The shaved ice comes with different types of matcha flavours from uji-matcha to hojicha matcha and more! It can be served together with the ice cream as well, which is better.
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