Desserts & Beverage / Klang Valley

Snowflake Taiwanese Dessert At SS15 Is Wonderful

Victor and Yong Xiang introduced me about this Snowflake Taiwanese Dessert cafe at SS15, just right opposite of the famous-to-student Asia Cafe. By hearing the name, I thought it was just some typical snowy type dessert. In fact, it’s not what I was expected and it’s something that I come across for the first time.

Located right opposite of Asia Cafe on the first floor, so you might need to look up to spot the cafe when you pass by that place.

It was Thursday night and it’s already 1030pm, but then the crowds kept coming in and the queue was pretty long. Whole house was filled with people and I started wondering what’s so awesome about this Snowflake. So I made my way through the line and ordered my very first Snowflakes Special Hot, I was have a fly at that time.

After ordering my dessert, I was given a round gadget thing which they called it the Beeping UFO. Makes me felt so Star Wars or Star Trek and it’s pretty cool. I took the thing to my table to wait for my command from the spaceship captain.

After 5-10 minutes of waiting, it blinked and vibrated. I knew that I was ready to go to my spaceship.

So here’s what I ordered, you see nothing right? It’s actually grass jelly with peanut and taroballs. You will think, “what?! grassjelly?” I tell you, the grass jelly is different from what you order out there, it’s, just special. And the taroballs is something chewy and nice to put inside my mouth. I have no idea how to describe it. Although I ordered a hot one, but then it came out warm which didn’t burn my tongue or throat and turned out nice.

I recommend this place. =D Too bad they didn’t offer WiFi at there, else I would be sitting at there all night long surfing the net and blog more already.

They have another outlet at Pavilion too. So in case you are far from SS15, Subang Jaya, you can check out the one in Pavilion. =)

Snowflake Taiwanese Desserts Secrets
No.61A, First Floor,
Jalan SS15/8A,
47500 Subang Jaya,
Tel: 017-623 8966

P4.01.00 & E4.01.00
Pavilion KL
168 Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
(Outside Padini Concept Store)


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