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Everyday is MOF day! @ Pavilion, KL

Let's talk about MOF, Ministry of Food @ Pavilion, KL. Wow. What a name. Also, what a tagline, "Everyday is MOF day!"

Okay, what is this place? Let me brainstorm a bit. From its business card, I got these: Japanese Cafe, Sweets & Coffee, and of course, an address: Level 1, Lot 1.02.00 & 1.59.00-1.66.00. Errr... whatever those numbers are trying to tell, you just need to go to Level 1 and you shall see MOF directly on the right of an entrance.

So, MOF is one of those popular Japanese open-air cafes, which apparently is also a hit in Singapore.


Look at the table, looks like a school desk.

What about food? Here we go:

Tuna & Egg Wasabi Sandwich (RM7), Tuna Wasabi Sandwich (RM6.50), Tonkotsu Tuna Sandwich (RM7)
Basically, they are made from 2 pieces of plain, white bread, toasted/grilled with butter, stuffed with ingredients as per menu, cut into four sections, and served with salad (careful, its mayonnaise is "spiked" with wasabi. Eat it bit by bit or you'll get teary eyes and runny nose for a few seconds -__-)

Hot Macha Latte with Gyuuhi (RM9)
This beverage is described as "homemade Japanese green tea sauce (sauce?) with fresh milk". I chose the unsweetened version. Gyuuhi (the jelly look-a-like pieces, served separately) tasted like sweet rice flour gummies. Price: RM9. That's a tad too expensive.

Macha Web & Choco Frenzy (RM3 each)
At one glance, I thought these are donuts but actually they are mini waffles "smudged" with very, very sweet sauce marked with decorative patterns.

Ice Macha (RM6.50)
Well, it's straight to the point. It's iced macha.

Shiratama Kurian (RM13)
This is one of the recommended desserts. Ingredients included are kanten jelly, fruits, Japanese dumplings, and Hokkaido red bean paste. Here's an explanation from a leaflet: These series contain Japanese Kanten Jelly at the bottom of the dessert. Kanten Jelly is made from the root of the plant and is rich in fibre. Thus in Japan, it is believed to have slimming effects and is very healthy. While Kanten Jelly is totally unsweetened and tasteless, native Japanese normally pour the sauce (honey/black or white sauce) over the Kanten Jelly generously before eating.

MOF's Kanten Jelly comes with a special sauce made from prunes and black dates.

If you are craving for attractive, colorful, and very sweet stuff for dessert, MOF is a good place to feed your addiction. Beware of calories though if you are on diet, like me. ;)

Oh yeah, you won't find sushi at MOF. However, they are going to serve some Chinese cuisine soon.

2 comments

  1. WOw you got so much money go eat those expensive stuffs ar? Haha.. Nice info though...

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  2. I didn't laa. Was paid by the boyfriend of the friend I'm going jalan-jalan with.

    Thanks to her lo.

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