Mid Autumn Festival is near. Looking for a place to have a reunion dinner with your family or loves one?
Young Heart Restaurant offers 2 set meal packages (4 pax package & 2 pax package) in conjunction to the Mid Autumn Festival / Mooncake Festival. Thanks to Ms. Kee, the proprietor of Young Heart owner & Jason, a few of us got to enjoy both of this set meals prior to its launching.
Young Heart serves dishes which are prepared, cooked with care and healthy eating is the main key that is being emphasized here.
100 yen… what’s the first thing that come across your mind? Must be Japan ya…
There’s a new shop in town – 100 yen shop at I-Avenue. It’s located at the same row with Watson.
It’s a new franchise shop selling Japanese stuffs such as tidbits, drinks and household accessories.
I would like to introduce a dessert sold at this shop which is snow ice. It’s something like our ice kacang but the ice is much smoother. This is the container used to store the snow ice which can maintain the ice temperature.
There are 7 flavours available which are Mango, Strawberry, Lychee, Milk, Peanut, Green Tea and Coffee Snow Ice.
I ordered Mango Snow Ice. The mango flavoured ice is topped with mango chunks and mango puree. The ice is so smooth. It taste quick sweet but it’s acceptable for a sweet tooth person like me.
See the texture of the ice. So smooth.
It costs RM 4.90 per bowl.
Hui Lau Shan is our first stop when we arive at Hong Kong. It’s time for mango dessert. Yummy.
We ordered mango pudding with ice cream. There are mango pudding, mango ice cream and also big chunks of sweet sweet mango in mango juice. Taste good.
Mango mochi. This is also very special. Big chunk of mango wrapped in mango flavour mochi. But the mango chunk is not as sweet as the one available in mango pudding.
We order 2 mango puddings and one mango mochi and it cost us HKD 85.