3 Temasek Boulevard
#B1-K5 Suntec City
Singapore 038983

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10:00am - 10:00pm

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a perfect refreshing treat for the hot weather!!! it came with matcha soft serve, matcha warabi mochi, red bean paste and brown sugar jelly. the standout for me was the chewy warabi mochi which i loveeee and usually get an entire box of 😚 the red bean paste was not too sweet and complemented the soft serve. the jellies at the bottom were forgettable tbh. didn’t have much taste, just for texture i guess?? not the most intense matcha i’ve had but still earthy enough and defo satisfied my matcha cravings 🍵

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kinda overpriced. not a connoisseur but i’d j pay for the cheaper version at donki or smth

The soft serve was really rich and creamy and smooth! Matcha taste was distinct and strong, and was a good matcha ice cream as the matcha powder used was probably premium quality. The soft serve was topped with the soybean powder warabimochi which was really soft and fresh. Flavour wise was nice too. There was some red bean which was also a nice complement to the ice cream. There were some brown sugar jelly at the bottom on the cup which was light but refreshing and went well with the ice cream.

The soft serve is much thicker in consistency than I expected and is very rich tasting, so it’s probably not the kind of dessert to have after a filling meal. It’s not that sweet too, particularly compared to other similar matcha soft serve places, and actually tastes a faint bit salty to me, weirdly enough. You can choose either matcha sauce or brown sugar sauce to top off the ice cream. Of the two, I preferred the brown sugar sauce more.
For the soft serves, even though I normally like hojicha more, the matcha surprisingly tasted better to me. It was more bitter and felt more well balanced compared to the hojicha. To try both and see which you prefer, you can get the mixed soft serve option. Not sure if I’d try this again though, because the soft serve is a bit thick for my liking, but I could see why people would like this.

The warabi mochi from 108 Matcha Saro is probably the best I’ve tried in Singapore! You can get them coated with matcha powder or kinako (roasted soyabean) powder. Of the two, I preferred kinako because of the nuttier and toastier flavour. The texture of the warabi is amazing- it’s so soft and melts in your mouth as you chew it. They make the warabi by hand in batches, so it was a bit of a wait, but totally worth it bc it’s so fresh. Really recommend this!!

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Ordered the mixed soft serve - matcha and houjicha. Really good!!! But a little pricey at $4.90 for a small serving.