Monday, September 08, 2008

MOF Japanese Sweets and Coffee Review

Just a couple of weeks back, yes oh dear, quite a long time ago eh? My parents and I was invited over to my sample a few treats of the MOF outlet @ Pavillion, KL.














It's located at the Food Court ( Same Row as J CO Donuts, near the car park entrance)















They offer practically any type of Japanese Desserts, and their flagship dishes uses the popular Hokkaido Soft Serve Ice-cream.















The interior renovation which costs a whopping 400k. Don't get started on the rental man. It costs 40k per month, per lot.















My dad and my mum, being "ambassadors" for this new outlet. Haha















Business was quite good on that day, and the occupancy rate was at about 80%. It was a Sunday afternoon.















The prices for the coffees, shakes and desserts range from about RM 7- RM 18, depending on your selection. The price range targets the mid to the upper bracket class of the society, and yes it's kinda like a luxurious dessert parlor.

Next, came the dessert entries. Being typical Japanese desserts, it was a little bit on the sweet side, but i gotta tell you, the ice cream that came with it was a stunner. A real eye opener, and it was at par with the big names such as Haagen Dazs or even Ben & Jerry's.















The green tea Soft Serve Hokkaido Ice Cream. The Ice Cream came with hot fried sweet potatoes, which was a great sideline. As the Ice Cream was blistering cold, the warm sweet potatoes gave a contrast taste which would please even the Goddess's taste buds.
















The black sesame ice cream is a must try. Very popular amongst Japanese Shops, this version kicks the shit out of any cheap ass Genki or Sushi King Ice Cream which they serve together with the sushi.















This was very similar to the Green Tea Ice Cream, the only difference is this was Mango Flavored. If you prefer something sweeter the Green Tea, go for this. If you are a Green Tea buff, i suggest you stick to the first one.















My dad's Ice Kacang Combo with black sesame. Obviously it wasn't called Ice Kacang Combo on the menu, but i think it's called, ahh screw it I forgot. The black sesame was grinded so smoothly that it was like powder. It was a little on the sweet side, and as always, the ice cream on top was soft like cotton.















My entree, which was called Macha Kurian. Weird names huh, anyway, if you wanna order this, it's number 8103 on the menu, with a price tag of Rm 15.50. The fruits was very fresh, so as the peach slices. Everything just blended well into the mixture, but if you aren't into fresh fruits, you can order the Macha Zen (8122) which was served with Japanese Dumpling. Oh well, the Macha Zen is definitely a no-no for diabetes patients, but trust me, you will love the sweetness and flavor of it.

All in all, i gotta tell you, i loved the desserts there. The trump factor was the Ice Cream that came with all the desserts, and that really lived up to it's class. For takeaways, you can just have a scoop of the ice cream, something like what Baskin Robbin does.

I am so coming again to try everything and anything on their menu, and yes, if you're interested to come and sample some desserts, do leave me a message.















My mum presenting flowers for the Grand Opening of the outlet, along with her girlfriends. The lady in black receiving the flowers ( Aunt Regina) is the owner's mum. Yes, the outlet was started by her son.
















And her son, Victor Tan, seen here in the middle ( the only guy in the pic, obviously) is currently running this outlet, which is actually a franchise of the Singapore branch. This brand name is actually doing very well in Singapore.

Any questions, inquiries or media approach, you can contact the owner, Victor Tan at these following methods:-

His H/p No : +6012-3226310

or you can drop him an email ; vacko837@hotmail.com


Anybody planning to do a write up or a review on this outlet, you may contact him straight, or if you want me to accompany you there, do give me a call. Thanks.

5 Comments:

Blogger ChongX said...

DUDE YOU BETTER TAKE ME THERE WHEN IM BACK!!haahah i miss malaysian food la, please stop posting on food can (:

Tuesday, September 09, 2008 2:25:00 AM  
Blogger tysern said...

hahaha boyy, absolutely NO PROBLEM MAN, i found this place in IMBI got super one-eat-sure-cum roast pork. I take you anywhere laaa ok, but first u must come backkk =)

Tuesday, September 09, 2008 2:39:00 AM  
Blogger irresistible said...

wow!! MOF!!! wanted try that the other day but was too packed.. hate crowd sometimes.. Anyway another super chun-ted black sesame ice-cream will be in zipangu @ shangri-la.. Toatally DELICIOUS!!!

Sunday, October 05, 2008 12:57:00 PM  
Blogger MiccObaYb said...

Tysern! Haha! I found you through this MOF review you made! Thanks! :P Will see you soon in Malaysia~

Wednesday, October 29, 2008 12:06:00 PM  
Blogger MiccObaYb said...

hmmm..I forgot. I've created a facebook account for Japanese in Malaysia associated with MOF as the venue host for gatherings :) Would you kindly join the group and post piccies there and your review too if you may?

Thanks a bunch Tysern :)

Regards,
Elaine jiejie.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008 12:11:00 PM  

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