After meals, where do you go for desserts? Go Aftermeal loh, in Uptown Damansara. A new dessert place in PJ that is currently gaining its hype for its interesting combination of kakigori style of dessert. Been here consistently for 2 days to try out a few items. A dessert place which is quite similiar to Snowflakes. Can drop by here after on my favorite choice of Qing He Gu Korean BBQ , Mikoshi Japanese Shabu Shabu Buffet or TOMO Ramen shop which is just a stone throw away then just stroll over since parking here is a pain in the ass. Walking is my best option.
To be here on Monday night is the best as there is much lesser people as most of the shops around the area are not operating.
Menu is pretty direct as there are combinations sets and also some ala carte.
The first drink that instantly caught my attention is their Classic Wintermelon Tea @ RM 9. One of the best drink I come so far as the winter melon tea is quite prominent in taste and not too sweet yet the transparent pearl gives you a suprise element as I was drinking it without any expectation. – Recommended
Told the cashier to recommend what to have for first timer, he instantly recommend their best seller Iron Lady Milk Tea @ RM 22. RM 22 seems quite steep it is but is it worth it? Well, hats off for their signature. Love the tea taste of their kakigori, quite prominent and strong to my liking.
Taro balls were abit hit and misses as it is abit soft and I prefer mine slightly chewy. Not too sure about you as different people have different preference. Do goes well with the kakigori snow.
As you dig in, you will slowly discover more stuff underneath the bed of ice. Will certainly go back for this anytime.
As I tried on the first night, my friend instantly dm me why I didnt try their sour series. Which is one of their best. On the next day, I am back again to try out this 2. Classic Calamansi Yokan @ RM 16.
If you are a sourish person, this will be spot on for you. Not to strong sourish that make your jaw instant numb but it is decent enough for me. A bowl of like sourish lemon in it. A perfect bowl for hot weather.
Tried their Classic Grass Jelly @ RM 16. Well, this flavour is as nice as tastes like how Snowflakes started back in those days. Strong grass jelly taste in both ice and jelly. The amount of ice and taro balls given is definately more worth it than snowflakes at the moment.
I find it a perfect dessert in the afternoon as a great thirst quencher. tried 3 drinks in total. Their Winter melon lemon is one of the best I come across. (highly recommended) @ RM 10
Milk tea (according to the owner) she uses a premium ingredient and to me is quite bland. PassionFruit Tea – taste like she mix with tea as the tea taste is overpowering passionfruit. Feedback to the owner on the texture of taroballs and also both drinks. Hope they can improve along the way.
If you are craving for shaved ice or kakigori dessert, it is indeed one of a best dessert place in Uptown, PJ to hit on.
-= Ka Ching =-
Food Rating 8/10, good. do give it a try.-Stamped-
–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-
No. 52, Jalan SS 21/58,
Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya.
Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursday, 1.30 pm – 11.30 pm.
Fridays & Saturdays: 1.30 pm – 1 am.
Tel: 012-646 7609