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No. 3, Jalan Chengai, Taman Melodies
Johor Bahru 80250

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11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

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(RM 25) My sister googled what people usually order from there lol so she said that people got order this also. But the udon is not that bad bc its dent and chewy texture. The soup was quite refreshing and cool since the weather at jb and sg quite hot tbh that time after cny time.

(RM 26)
I realised that I have ordered wrongly but then I should be order mentaiko tamgo lol. In the end, I got donburi :") but then it's fine with me bc it's near closing time when we reached cafe lmao. I don't know how I managed to order food and drink before 6 p.m. I felt that their mentai sauce was too much and jelak for me to eat finish but their salmon was quite nice tbh (couldn't to find much).


Green Mint Matcha Iced Latte (RM 16)

I believed that my sister she already know what she saw the drink on the menu. She didn't let me try it out :") so I don't know what the taste was tbh.

Lemonade Iced Matcha (RM 15)

But I did struggled with ordering drink bc it's too much choice to choose from. I wanted to order hot or cold matcha tbh in hesitation. I decided to eliminate the drink slowly by the weather lmao. I'm not into flower, leaves or fruit series mixed matcha except lemonade tbh. it's got refreshing but a bit of bitter aftertaste.

my friend calls this japanese version of leicha so you get the gist, you can choose to pour the green tea/soup into the rice for a comforting meal. a very decent don but unfortunately it wasn’t really something we particularly enjoyed. btw we tasted the green tea/soup on its own and it was light, flavourful & great on its own!

the price difference really reflects a taste difference, not a matcha purist so i don’t think i’ll be able to tell unless i had it side by side since yuri was decent! but wow kiku was so rich, earthy, umami & smooth. definitely will reorder but i’ll love to try it w oat milk the next time!

tastes even better than it looks. the highlight was the breaded tamago - fried to crisp, it was sufficiently sweet, soft on the insides and extremely crispy on the outside, adding a different dimension to the textures. in a single mouth, you’ll first taste the umami flavour of the torched mentaiko, then the crisp yet soft tamago with a dash of sweetness and the fluffy bread that balances everything out. simply an explosion of flavours and textures.