Thursday, April 13, 2017
I have been a Tea enthusiast for as long as I could remember in search for a tea which suites my taste. The process is a real painful, expensive and somewhat tiresome as I have traveled as far as Taiwan for Tie Guan Yin, Singapore for another.
Thing with tea leaves is, it could smell nice, feel and look nice but you could never taste them at the shop except some Chinese tea leaves. It could taste really different from your expectation. Very seldom do you see a modern fusion tea shop selling it served hot. So you need to buy a big pack, dump to someone else or chuck the whole when you find it not suited to your taste.
This is where Steaped Tea comes in. Selling their vast varieties of teas, fusion teas which come from their creative mix.
What's best is you could get a cup of fresh brewed tea of your selection for an affordable price. With the large selection, there would of course one which would suit your individual taste.
Their open shelf allows you to see, touch and smell the samples so you could select and have it brewed for you.
Some blend are downright new never seen before in the market and you would be surprised that they are pleasant to the palate.
Heard of artificial flavoring nightmares in teas? From the open shelf, you would be able to see that Steaped Tea is selling an all natural ingredients for their tea.
Assorted Hot and Cold drinks you could get on the spot
Cold on the go from left, Butterfly Lemonade, Hibiscus Mo-tea-to and Iced Matcha
My very own Butterfly Lemonade. Highly refreshing for those who needs a boost
My personal favourite on a cold rainy day, the hot Lychee Tea. The longer it's steeped in, the stronger the aroma and taste while keeping me warm.
Tempted to get more of the tea you have just drank? Buy the loose tea and brew em yourself. They also sell tea wares for your personal brewing
There are currently 2 branches:
- Pavilion Mall KL, Level 6 - P6.06.00
- Sunway Velocity Mall, 4th Floor – Unit 82/83
Thursday, March 30, 2017
The verdict: Overall it's a good place to go to reminiscent the Hong Kong taste right here in Malaysia and it's located right in the middle of the town in Berjaya Times Square. They have also recently opened another branch in Jaya One PJ. Price is ranging from Medium to High Range. I was expecting curry fishballs from them =)
Address: Dairy Tooth Ice House 大通冰室,
Berjaya Time Square, Level 3 (Opposite GSC Cinema)
Operating Hours: 10am - 10pm
Phone: 03-2773 4182
Monday, March 27, 2017
- Cucumber sandwich with cream cheese, pickles & chives on caraway seeds bread.
- Lobster & dill sandwich with grain mustard mayo on mixed grain bread
- Scottish smoked salmon sandwich with lemon butter on rye bread
- Avocado Masher with sesame, sunflower seeds & coriander. Coming from a person who doesn't eat avocado, this is really an eye opener on how differently this could taste. A definitely must try.
- Deep fried yam puff with fresh mushroom. Another must try for all yam and mushroom lovers!
- Steamed Cassava with honey. Not a fan of non fried cassava but this taste extremely good like mashed sweet potatoes.
- Banana, Peanut butter and almond shooter. On first glance it looks like pastry at the bottom but it's actually banana and the combination is real flavorful in the mouth
- Mini Cashew nut tart
- Rasberry and Vanilla custard choux bun. If the fruity burst from the raspberry ain't enough, the vanilla custard will definitely tingle your senses.
Spinach & Alfafa sprouts on charcoal toast
Green peas, fresh mint & Parmesan crostini,
Endive spears with garbanzo salsa
Grand Salon Lobby Lounge
Palace of the Golden Horses
Jalan Kuda Emas
Mines Resort City
43300 Seri Kembangan Selangor, Malaysia
Tel: +603 8946 4888 Ext: 3782
Mobile: +6019 600 1409
GPS Coordinate: 3.046184, 101.709262
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