Since our group consisted of six bloggers, we were able to order different menu and try a bit of each. I didn't take my breakfast the morning of the event so I was really hungry when we were there. For myself, I ordered a hot Hazelnut Latte which in my opinion is really good. The Humming Ham bites were definitely one of my favourite from everything we tried there since it's crispy and flavourful. The Magma Choc was unfortunately a dissapointment with no 'chocolate lava' when we split the cake.
The portions of the dishes are big and will definitely be a full filling meal for one, and big enough if you want to share too. Out of all dishes there, the Fish Arabiata spaghetti left quite an impression on me with its spiciness. It was unexpected to have the spaghetti to be that spicy but I ended up liking it.
Bisou Bake Shop
I have always wanted to try Bisou's cupcakes every time I passed by their branches. The main attraction point of Bisou to me is definitely its cute decor that gives out a princess-ey feel. Their cupcakes are too cute too so I was really excited when I saw Bisou as one of the stops for the day. It's not hard to find where Bisou is located in 1Utama as it's right in front of crowds favourite store Cotton On.
We also got to try Korean canned drink. As for me, I only got to try the pear juice but since I've had the other two in the past I wasn't sad about it. Their drinks are good! You should try the Sikhae/Sikhye or Rice Punch Drink which is actually a similar to our Barley drink. Another famous street food in Korea is definitely Eomuk or some call Odeng which is basically a skewered fish cakes cooked in broth. It's super good and addicting to me! The portion on one skewer was big enough for one person so the price is actually quite affordable.
Nana's Green Tea
The Little Fat Duck
Betjeman and Barton
I'm so glad that we got to choose the tea that we want and all four are something I haven't tried yet. We ended up choosing the Malesherbes and the Rooibush Cranberry Acerola which has a more feminine and sweet smell. I especially love the smell of the Malesherbes which consist of passion fruit, bush peach, wild strawberries and enhanced with red rose petals and bits of strawberries; it is originated from China. Taste wise I actually love both! The Rooibush Cranberry Acerola from South Africa contains an excellent rooibush with notes of cranberry, acerola, lemon grass and hints of Apple.
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