Japanese Desserts – MOF’s Japanese Sweets & Coffee @ Pavilion KL

MOF or Ministry of Food has recently stepped its shoe in Malaysia by setting a cafe namely MOF Japanese Sweets & Coffee in Pavilion KL.

MOF has already established itself in Singapore a couple of years back. And now, MOF is bringing Malaysians the chance to savor the healthy authentic Japanese sweets and coffee right here in our shore. There are a variety of sweets and desserts to choose from, not forgetting a range of exquisite coffee too.

MOF's Japanese Sweets & Coffee
MOF’s Japanese Sweets & Coffee

The interior of MOF's Japanese Sweets & Coffee is cozy and modern
The interior of MOF’s Japanese Sweets & Coffee is cozy and modern

MOF's Mango Imo
MOF’s Mango Imo

Mango Imo consists of Soft serve ice-cream with mango sauce and Japanese Sweet Potato (Imo). The Japanese Sweet Potato is served hot, therefore, this dessert comes with a special note that contains little tips to eating Japanese Sweet Potato or Imo. The best way to eat Imo is to spoon a bit of everything and then eat them together to enjoy the hot Imo and the icy cold soft-serve ice-cream. The result? Delightful.

MOF's Mocha Frappe
MOF’s Mocha Frappe

The Mocha Frappe, which is a drink with the mixture of coffee and chocolate tastes better than expected. Unlike Starbucks, MOF Mocha Frappe is rich with chocolate bits and the coffee flavor is so strong, once sipped, it totally inhales into the nose causing a strong sense of awakening.

MOF's Hot Chocolate
MOF’s Hot Chocolate

Hot Chocolate, which comes with Gyuuhi, a Japanese sweet, is however, less favorable than the other two. In my opinions, MOF is the place for sweets and coffee, and not chocolate. Also, unlike the MOF restaurants elsewhere, the Malaysia version only serves sweets and coffee and they are halal.

Price

  • Mango Imo – RM 11.00
  • Mocha Frappe – RM 10.00
  • Hot Chocolate – RM 9.00

Address

MOF Japanese Sweets & Coffee,
Lot 1.02.00, Level 1, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur,
168, Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA.

My Ratings (1-5)

  • Food – 4.0
  • Service – 3.0
  • Ambiance – 4.0

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4 comments ↓

#1 mimid3vils on 08.22.08 at 5:05 pm

I’ll go for it’s desserts coz I’m not a coffee-person :P

#2 MOF’s Mocha Frappe & Hot Chocolate | Yowazzup? Coffee: Coffee Lover's Journey to Coffee Haven on 08.30.08 at 4:41 pm

[...] MOF Japanese Sweet & Coffee recently opened its cafe in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. And it sure has a wide range of sweets and of course, coffee! [...]

#3 VictorTan on 09.05.08 at 3:49 am

Thanks for visiting the outlet and giving us a review, and do come by when we launch MOF Japanese Sweets & Coffee and Emperor Q by MOF Group just right opposite. =)

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#4 Bob on 09.01.09 at 7:56 am

THIS LOOKS FERIL AND I WOULD NEVER EAT IT. IT LOOKS LIKE SPEW IN A BOWL.

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