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We were attracted by the Desserts Bento because it is like a combination of different types of desserts from ice cream, cake, panna cotta, soft candies and even glutinous rice balls.The Macha Ice Cream in the bento is nice but the macha taste is not strong enough. For the Panna Cotta, I think both my friend and I don't really fancy that one or maybe it tastes more like a even harden type of beancurd desserts which the milky taste is a little too strong or too much gluten. Beancurd desserts are m
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We were attracted by the Desserts Bento because it is like a combination of different types of desserts from ice cream, cake, panna cotta, soft candies and even glutinous rice balls.

The Macha Ice Cream in the bento is nice but the macha taste is not strong enough. For the Panna Cotta, I think both my friend and I don't really fancy that one or maybe it tastes more like a even harden type of beancurd desserts which the milky taste is a little too strong or too much gluten. Beancurd desserts are much better and lighter. The carrot cake is commendable. The smell can be felt with every mouthful but still, it isn't my type of cakes that I like though I don't condemn it. The glutinous rice balls in the bento taste harder on the skin, as compared to the ones in the stone pot.

For the ones in the stone pot, the rice balls tends to be softer in texture because it is soaked in the sweet soup and you actually don't feel the hard texture. I think that differentiate it. I love the white fungus and red dates, accompany with the rice balls. The soup is not exactly very sweet but is great. And white fungus are good for skin so I finish it every bits.

Will come back for their breakfast menu as their main course is lacked of varieties. At least for me.
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Date of Visit
2013-08-07
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$15 (Other)