Waffle Mania, Yummy Belgian Waffles!

Waffle is my old time favorite dessert and my sweet tooth couldn’t refrain these waffles with I first saw it during my food hunting at Tiny Taipei of Berjaya Times Square. Personally, I only ate those normal waffle but what Waffle Mania offers is Belgian waffle. Belgian waffles are usually quite expensive but I find this still affordable.

Waffle Mania - Belgium Waffle - Samples

Over their stall there’s sample for you to try and their waffle are made 100% milk, promising that their waffle is crispy outside and chewy inside.

Waffle Mania - Belgium Waffle - Menu

They  have their menu displayed in front of the cashier and there are eight flavors to choose from. I have tried Marshmallow and Strawberry Frozen Yogurt, they both their special flavors. This is not the first time of me eating this Belgian Waffle from Waffle Mania.

Waffle Mania - Belgium Waffle - In The Making

Their waffle is pre-made and heat it over the waffle maker then add in the flavor that has been ordered. Depending on what you’ve ordered, they’ll make sure that you’ll get your waffle warm.

Waffle Mania - Belgium Waffle - Marshmallow

This is the first flavor that I tried on my first purchase and never forget how awesome it tasted. Its the Marshmallow where the waffle is topped with chocolate syrup,  crushed peanut and mini marshmallow. The waffle indeed crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside. What I love is the entire waffle is warm yet that it doesn’t get soggy and I’m a big fan of marshmallow. The marshmallow was warm too that the insides are melting. Yummy! This cost MYR 5.50 and if you add MYR 1.90, you get to choose lemonade or mineral water.

Waffle Mania - Belgium Waffle 2

Waffle Mania are now only available at Tiny Taipei in Berjaya Times Square, I highly recommend on their waffle. Especially if you don’t mind treating yourself with some sweetness. If you would like to support them, please give them a thumbs up on their Facebook below!

They can be found at,
Lot K-03-05, Level 3, Berjaya Times Square,
No. 1, Jalan Imbi,
55100 Kuala Lumpur

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TWG Tea Salon & Boutique

I was incredibly tempted to visit TWG Tea Salon and Boutique after reading Jean and Fatin‘s reviews on it. Its located at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur and great place to hang out if you’re up for high tea with friends and family. I’ve gotten my chance to be here after brunch at Acme with the girls.

Let’s make it short and call it TWG. This place adapts classic and modern interior decoration. What’s classic is the tea cannisters placed on wood shelves that can be found all around TWG. The marble tiles of deep green with gold borders make it luxury and modern.

They have a variety of cakes from small to larger size, different types of chocolates, macarons  and more. They are such temptation isn’t it? By looking at the colors of it just made me feel happy. The units of display also matches the flooring tiles as well.

There are three menus to begin with and one of the menu which is in the middle has cute tokens ( I think that’s what you called it) embedded with TWG’s name on it hanging out it. My bad for not taking down the name of the waiter, he is very polite and served us extremely well. We were not quite used to being addressed as ‘Madam’ but its all good.

Chocolate Fondant

‘TWG Tea’s warm chocolate cake served with a light custard cream and a scoop of homemade Vanilla Bourbon Tea ice cream’ – TWG Tea Salon and Boutique

I ordered this and was craving for chocolate that day. Fatin highly recommended it because she had it good on her last visit. The chocolate flavour is so rich and intense, the texture is like firm cream cheese. I wasn’t expecting the strawberry to be there! Kills my guilt from having all the sweetest things. I love the ice cream, the tea infused ice cream had a tinge of bitterness to it but not overwhelming. It goes very well together with the cake but when it comes to the end at finishing the cake, it was too sweet for me and the sourness from the strawberry did help to tackle the sweetness.

Price: MYR19.00

Crème Brûlée

‘A refreshing return to the traditional French confection, these two miniature crème brûlée are delightfully infused with two of our exclusive TWG’s Teas, Phuguri Dajeeling and Vanilla Bourbon Tea’ – TWG Tea Salon and Boutique

This is Fatin’s order and the crème brûlée comes in two little cute pots, totally different from what we usually see on crème brûlée. The difference between both is the creamy texture. I think on top of it is caramelized sugar, which adds great fragrant to the crème brûlée and its a little crunchy.

Price: MYR17.00

Tea Pasteries – Financier with Matcha Tea

‘Served with TWG Tea jelly whipped cream’ – TWG Tea Salon and Boutique

This three tier of goodies was Jean’s. They seems to come with somewhat tasted like cakes but they are moist, crunchy outside and soft inside. There are two flavours ordered by Jean which is green tea and chocolate. I love green tea and I’m still sticking to it even if they come in different forms.

Price: MYR13.50

Tea Macaron

‘TWG Tea’s reowned crispy almond biscuit with a soft centre. Infused with our signature tea, TWG Tea has transformed the macaron into a uniquely memorable confection’ – TWG Tea Slon and Boutique

I can’t remember which macaron that Jean ordered but I know there’s chocolate. The peach colored macaron smells amazing, just like Lancôme L’Extrait. It has rose scent to it and pretty sweet to my liking though  I had a quarter of it. The chocolate is good because it has a little bitterness to it, like dark chocolate.

MYR4.00 each

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Its definitely a great experience though its a little wee bit expensive for me but I think it’ll be good to go for it occasionally. TWG Tea Salon and Boutique is now located at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, Level 2 Couture Pavilion.


Traclyn Yeoh

Arthur’s Hokkaido Mille Crepe Cake

creep…creep…creep…desserts for the world!!!

I can’t deny my love for desserts. Last month, I found this love as I was window shopping with my Lover. It’s crepe cakes!!! Have you tried any? This is my first encounter on crepe cakes and I’m amazed when it has existed long ago. Gosh, how could I not know about this?

They came with a few selection in their deli. There is:

  • Rum and Raisin
  • Hazelnutty Delight
  • Strawberry Oiishii
  • Original Classic
  • Chocolate Banana
  • Chocolate Supreme
  • Black Forest
  • Mocca
  • Café Latté
  • Macca Latté

There is one more selection that I have missed it’s name. It’s so hard to decide as they all look so YUMMY!

I finally decided for something really sweet and chose Chocolate Supreme. It kind of sounded like a pizza’s name, doesn’t it? With it’s name, I expected it to be super chocolaty and sweet.

Look how presentable the cake is? Topped with a layer of chocolate, shaved chocolate and pieces of pistachio, you can see layers of crepes piled together neatly to form as a cake. Talk about hardwork and effort, this is surely one great one. Each crepe needs to be made thinly as it is and to be perfect.

I could taste the layers of crepes with its cream in between. It wasn’t too sweet and I was really afraid by the time I finish it, I’ll be looking out for drinking water to clear my throat. But I was wrong! The sweetness is still the same from the start till the end, nothing too overwhelming. The chocolate layer isn’t oily and it was really good. Each slice is for MYR 7.90.

They are located in the golden triangle in the city of Kuala Lumpur. I’m looking forward to try more flavors! I definitely recommend this!

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Lot TC030 3rd Floor Sungei Wang Plaza,
Jalan Sultan Ismail,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.

Tel: +6016-981 6882

Catch up for more updates at Arthur’s Hokkaido Mille Crepe Cake’s Facebook!

Traclyn Yeoh

Snowflake: Taiwanese Dessert Secrets

Most Malaysian especially who stays or visited Kuala Lumpur, they probably know that this is one of the famous dessert house, Snowflake that you can find and this is definitely one of my favorite stops for its awesome taro balls!

They serve 100% natural goodness of Taiwanese desserts with no artificial flavoring and preservatives. They promise that everything is handmade and made fresh daily, providing the best service and ensure customers be able to enjoy their desserts in an enjoyable and clean environment. They use the best, natural and freshest ingredients to make the desserts. At the moment, they have not been certified halal but they only use beans, fruits, jellies,  nuts, seed, sugar and vegetables for their dessert.

They have a few outlets in Kuala Lumpur which located in Subang Jaya, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, Kota Damansara, Kuchai Lama, Sungei Wang and Mid Valley City. I was in Pavilion! I went the with my Lover and one of my peeps before I got mobbed just recently.

I like this so much! It’s called the “Beeping UFO”, you’ll be given one after you ordered and paid. Click on the image to see what it says, its some alienation Taiwan technology! Freaky~ 😛

Dish #1: Sea Amber Jelly

A mount of shredded ice covered with amber-colored jelly and topped with pearls. This dessert look awesomely beautiful eh? It’s too beautiful that I didn’t know where to start. I felt so bad that I had to crush the jelly to mix around for the flavor. Make sure if you have this, you want to mix the entirely properly because the sugar was all the way at the base of the bowl. I didn’t know and I had only mix half way deep into the bowl. When my Lover  figured out that all the sugar was at the bottom, I have already ate half. It was a little too sweet on the final half but I thought it tasted good enough on the first half. It’s quite refreshing and thirst quenching. The dessert isn’t too plain because I get to munch on those pearls.

Price: MYR6.90

Dish #2: Pearl Tohua

My peep ordered this and it comes with slices of soybean custard, bits of shredded ice and pearls. There was heaps of pearls given! Very generous~ however my peep said that the outlet from Subang ones are better because of the iced soybean custard, the one he is having here isn’t.

Price: MYR6.90

Dish #3: Best Seller (Cold)

The first time I ate in Snowflake is this best seller and it never fail to make me to crave more. The first impression makes it so memorable. The best seller has grass jelly, grass jelly ice,  taro balls and creamer. I remember on the first time eating it, I was in love with the taro balls especially the orange ones. Its gummy and a tinge taste of sweetness, kinda like a sweet potato. The entire dessert was cold but the taro balls was warm. The presentation of the food was different too, earlier the taro balls was hidden underneath but now was all over the top. It makes the dessert quite a refreshing yet warm and cozy feeling, I really like that feeling. However for this time, the taro balls are still as good as they were but it was cold. Adding the creamer makes the dessert slightly creamier but not overwhelming. The combinations just complements everything.

Price: MYR6.90

I definitely recommend this dessert house although there is a wee bit of areas of improvement. It’s one of the best thing to have since we are in the scorching heat of Kuala Lumpur. Since it’s the month of Ramadan, it’s a great place to hang out after breaking fast!

Find out what else they have in the menu! Visit Snowflake – Taiwanese Dessert Secret’s website.

If you have questions or wants to catch up on their updates, keep yourself updated at Snowflake – Taiwanese Dessert Secret’s Facebook Page.

Traclyn Yeoh