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Had noticed the construction weeks ago only found out that it was already open for business last week. So I decided to drop by because I had no idea what kind of desserts they're selling from the name alone. I was there on a late Sunday afternoon, which was their second day of business.
It was only when I saw the menu that I found out that they're a honey toast place. But I was told that they ran out of toast and also the next best item, the froyo shake, which was fine by me as I wasn't exactly in the mood for carbs and dairy at the time. So I decided to try the brownie (RM15) which came with a scoop of vanilla ice cream (with a chocolate sauce drizzle), whipped cream, some strawberries and a crumble (of what, I don't know), which while cute, but not RM15 cute.
Going from the menu, at least the toasts seem to be cheaper than Haraju-Cube's offerings...?
Cutest order number/paperweight ever!
I'm not entirely sure if the toast would be too much for one small eater, but also if it's enough to share between two people. I would also have to be really hungry to attempt it myself.
62, Jalan SS 21/58, Damansara Utama (facing Texas Chicken)