Takeshita Street (Takeshita Dori : 竹下通り) is one of the most famous pedestrian malls in Tokyo. It is a 350 meters long pedestrian-only street lined with storefronts. Automobiles are not allowed to enter this street. Takeshita Street is located in Harajuku (原宿) in Tokyo, Japan. This place is quite popular among young teenagers to show off their latest fashion. This street will become very crowded during weekends and holidays.
Besides fashion, this place is also quite popular with their street food called Coned-shaped Japanese Crêpes. It is a type of very thin pancake wrapped together with whipped cream and other fillings such as creme caramel, brownie, cheesecake and strawberries. The taste is quite unique and delicious. It is easy to eat while you walk. The price is around JPY ¥500 (USD $4.80 or RM16.00) for each Crêpe. There are several takeaway food stalls selling Crêpes along this street. You should not miss to try this dessert.
Takeshita Street (Takeshita Dori) in Harajuku in Tokyo, Japan.
Heaven of Pudding? The image on the top shown various puddings made by Middle East. The price is dirt cheap compared to Malaysia. It is about 1 Saudi Riyal for each. Plus, it is very easy to find puddings in Saudi because their people really love dairy foods.
This pudding is quite cheaper compared to ZEN pudding. The texture of the pudding is very smooth and creamy. It’s a bit different from other puddings due to the topping made by blueberry fruits instead of caramel. The taste of the pudding is not much different than ZEN pudding. Though, ZEN pudding has better topping which makes it more delicious than the Lavender pudding. Overall, this pudding does not taste bad. In fact it’s much better than the normal pudding and its worth for the price too!
Location: Lavender Cake Shop, Pavillion, Bukit Bintang, Malaysia
Today, I would like to introduce a very well made and fine pudding. The quality is very good and tasty. Its worth for the price eventhough the price is about RM6.50 each. The pudding is made in very well balance between sweet and light due to the combination between topping which is sweet and the pudding itself which is very light and creamy.
The texture of the pudding is very smooth like a cream.
This is the best biscuit that I ever eat since I was small. The old packaging is in pink color. Now, they already re-brand the packaging and make it look more interesting and more informative. The new packaging makes the biscuit can last long and fresh than the old packaging. So, the taste is still there like just take out freshly from the oven. The most important thing about this biscuit is Halal and animal-fat free. This is the only brand of Heong Peah biscuit that Muslim can eat. Cheers to them because made it as Halal food.
About Heong Peah “Heong Peah is a local specialty biscuit originated from the town of Teluk Intan in Perak. Characterized by the name that literally means “fragrance biscuit” in Chinese, this traditional oriental pastry is made with special baking techniques that incorporates the crispiness and smoothness of most western pastries and becomes a style in its own right.
Established in 1949, the BISGOOD confectionery is specialized in the manufacturing of Heong Peah and Tau Sar Peah. All ingredients used, including the multi-layered crunchy crust pastry, chewy maltose, sesame, flour and onions are of the highest quality. Using our age-old recipe, the pastries are baked to perfection by our master chefs after long hours to ensure every piece of oven-fresh final product not only look good, but also leave a tantalizing smell and a lingering taste that epitomizes true innovation and superiority of what Chinese traditional pastries can offer.
An age old recipe enjoyed by generations of people, it is also a product which embraces the new age commitment on healthy living. We placed our commitment in delivering our customers, products made from the finest of natural ingredients. Now with added soy protein and calcium in each of our biscuit, helping you to obtain the nutrients you need for everyday fitness. An age old toast for a taste, a modern toast for health!” Continue reading →