No. 5-1, Jalan SS15/8A
Subang Jaya 47500

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02:00pm - 11:00pm

02:00pm - 11:00pm

02:00pm - 11:00pm

02:00pm - 11:00pm

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02:00pm - 11:00pm

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The title best describes how the shaved ice felt when scooping it, and it just melts in your mouth nicely. The berries one (left) was my favourite (although the berries were frozen n didn't taste as sweet as it should be), and the mt Fuji (right) is a flavour which is not very common I would say, but worth a try. Ranging between RM22 to 25 each (for large), it's ideal to share between 2-5 people ^^

A really big portion. So advised to share it with 4-5 person.

So we’ve got bingsu’s being a trend for a bit, and now hailing all the way from Japan, there’s a shave ice wave going around. You know how when you see a hot guy on the streets and you go like “Daamnnnn, you so fineeeeeee”, it’s pretty much how I’d describe the texture of Mykori’s shave ice. They do have a wide choice of flavours, from Honeydew to Hojicha. Or if you’re a pro, you could even create your own shave ice, but I’d suggest to just to go for the Mount Fuji one which is heir signature. Love how they have lots of bits of fruits or jelly in the pile of shave ice and it doesn’t taste too bland. Good for sharing.

Avg price: RM 25


The word Kakigori is not an alien to our dictionary with the introduction of its cool, frosty and ice kacang like dessert which towers so steadily like a mountain alongside with anything that our little hearts desire as toppings! Well we came to visit the Mykori Dessert cafe that is sprouting crazily around the klang valley area with its stores from Ss15, Puchong and Ss2.. For this visit, we came to the SS2 outlet which is located as the same stretch with the ever populated wantan noodles store of Chan Meng Kee; this store is located on the 2nd floor and it does requires abit of walking as parking within that stretch is really hard to find. After abit of walking, we arrived to the Mykori cafe which is relatively compact yet decently decorated with its streams of pictures of every Kakigori creation available.. So we went for the Melon Kakigori (RM26) which is all made purely by the Melon fruit as its crowning jewels and beneath those jewels is the fine snow of ice with a touch of milk and sprinkles of Nuts and at the bottom of this bowl you will be surprised with the findings of Nata de coco cubes.. Overall the taste is really refreshing and not overly sweet and it's a small Melon so if you truly love Kakigori or Melon then you can complete this journey alone otherwise it makes an excellent thing to share.


So I didn't know there was a difference between Kakigori and Bingsu. Anyway, this bowl of dessert is beautifully crafted with scoops of melon. Love how it is not super sweet as the sweetness comes mainly from the fruit. Towards the end of the bowl, we can start tasting honeydew syrup on the ice. Good for sharing with two.