On blazing hot days, take shelter in this well-loved Japanese kakigori joint for hand-crafted shaved ice desserts. A crowd-favourite is the Uji Matcha Brûlée (RM17) that conceals soft red beans within a mountain of matcha shaved ice, crowned with creamy brulee custard. Burppler Alyssia Yu also recommends the Houjicha (RM17), a nutty version that comes with candied chestnuts and garnished with a drizzle of kinako (roasted soybean) milk. You'll also find hot Japanese treats on the menu like the Warabimochi (RM14), a chewy jelly-like snack that's covered in either matcha or kinako powder.
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