Bento @ MOF Japanese cafe, sweets and coffee

 

There are more Japanese restaurants fulfilling the demand of youngsters. MOF, short for ministry of food, is also one that is targeting at youngsters. Of course, they still have authentic element of Japanese cuisine with them, but judging from the choices of dish from the menu, the younger generation would really like hanging out here. Menu comes in choices of ala carte, or set menu. I feel that the impressive item here is their choices of drinks and desserts. But I’m always rather conservative with drinks. Or rather loyal…with all time favourite, green tea. And I have to say. The green tea in pot was really worth it.

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I wasn’t very hungry so we didn’t order much. Today, we only have a set meal Chicken Teriyaki Mayo, which comes in a rice box. Chicken Teriyaki with Ebiko mayonnaise and water melon.

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The chicken was very ordinary, nothing special. Just a grilled chicken with mayonnaise and the mayonnaise did bring out the flavor of teriyaki in a unique way.

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I thought the rice was a little mushy. On top of being too mushy, they have some teriyaki sauce poured all over the rice and sprinkled with some sesame seeds. Which, I do not understand, because the rice was already mushy.

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The egg was delicious tough, not entirely cooked. So it was still a little tender soft and moist on the inside.

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We also ordered a salad. If I ever return to this place, I would probably order this again. The tofu avocado salad was refreshing and delicious. Comes with tofu, avocado, tomato, cucumber, and sliced lettuce with home-made wasabi dressing which was heavenly.

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And lastly before the dessert, I ordered the California hand roll. It was rather disappointing because the vinegar in the rice was a little lack. So the rice wasn’t really tasty.

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I kinda like the dessert, minus the shredded coconut coating the imo and yam ball. The dessert was served with soft ice cream topped with green tea syrup as main and complimentary air-flown premium Japanese sweet potato ball.

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This place makes a good hangout place for students and younger generations because the dessert comes in assorted flavors and varieties. Do note that it is not cheap as we paid a 55RM in total.

 

The MOF Japanese Sweets and Coffee is located at Lot F1.67, Sunway pyramid, Bandar Sunway.

 

Love, sycookies

 

 

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One Response to “Bento @ MOF Japanese cafe, sweets and coffee”
  1. gsc says:

    toufu avocado salad seems good

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