Friday, July 29, 2011

If you pass by the Snowflake outlet at Kota Damansara no matter what time of the day or night, chances are, you will see a pretty long queue of people waiting to make their order!



I guess everybody has tried those delicious traditional Taiwanese desserts at Snowflake, except Ralph and me. Last week, we finally decided it was time to check out what all the fuss was about and joined the queue. If we like it, then we will want more. If not, at least we have tried it.


I was a bit overwhelmed by the menu selections - so many choices!

I decided to try their bestseller and Ralph ordered their "This month's special".


Snowflake bestseller (RM6.90) - Grass Jelly Ice + Grass Jelly + Taro Balls + Creamer.

Taro balls are glutinous yam balls about the size of a 50sen coin. The taro balls were so good, gloriously chewy and sweet!


At the bottom was a bed of grass jelly-flavored shaved ice and I mixed it all together to create a wonderful bowl of dessert.

I've had shaved ice before, but nothing as authentic as this.


This month's special: Sesame Sensation (RM6.90) - "Peanut Ice" + Sesame Balls + Baby Pearls + Red Bean + Lotus Seeds (RM1.50).

I'm not a big fan of peanut, red beans and lotus seeds but Ralph loved it.



These fresh, handmade desserts without artificial flavorings or preservatives is an addictive pleasure so we're not surprised that people still flock to the outlet and stay until almost closing time!



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30 comments

gagay said... @ 30/7/11 6:12 AM

=-O =-O =-O =-O

gagay said... @ 30/7/11 6:26 AM

those are really scrumptious looking te mon!

gagay said... @ 30/7/11 6:27 AM

:-D :-D :-D :-D :-D

gagay said... @ 30/7/11 6:28 AM

i haven't tried Taiwanese food before..

gagay said... @ 30/7/11 6:29 AM

but as you described it, tasting so really mouth-watering..ahuh!

gagay said... @ 30/7/11 6:29 AM

but am not sure if Taiwanese food restos are available here in area..

gagay said... @ 30/7/11 6:30 AM

but Thai foods are flooding here!ahihihi!

gagay said... @ 30/7/11 6:48 AM

:-D :-D :-D :-D :-D

gagay said... @ 30/7/11 6:48 AM

have a great Saturday te mon! :* :* :* :*

gagay said... @ 30/7/11 6:48 AM

enjoy the rest of the week!

gagay said... @ 30/7/11 6:49 AM

;) ;) ;) ;) ;)

Mariuca said... @ 30/7/11 12:41 PM

:* :* :* :*

Mariuca said... @ 30/7/11 12:41 PM

Yuhuuuuu Monica! 8-) 8-) 8-)

Mariuca said... @ 30/7/11 12:41 PM

Eh I also haven't tried these delicious Taiwanese dessert lor.... =-X =-X =-X

Mariuca said... @ 30/7/11 12:43 PM

Summore in mah area ha ha! Oh me too not a huge fan of lotus or red bean but between these two, I think I like lotus more not bad! :* :* :*

Mariuca said... @ 30/7/11 12:43 PM

Have a great weekend with R, sweetie! :-D :-D :-D

Tekkaus said... @ 30/7/11 2:37 PM

Wow....the very famous Snowflake. :p

Tekkaus said... @ 30/7/11 2:38 PM

Again your camera give the dessert so much details and depth...those who have seen this surely wanna eat it. :D

Tekkaus said... @ 30/7/11 2:39 PM

War...surely very delicious right? So many people lining up. :p

MaxiVelasco said... @ 31/7/11 3:29 AM

Oh my! I wish I am in Malaysia right now!

MaxiVelasco said... @ 31/7/11 3:30 AM

I am a fan of shaved ice, baby pearls and red beans. I usually have baby pearls mixed in a glass of mango shake. So love it! Been years since the last time I've had one. 2004, maybe.

MaxiVelasco said... @ 31/7/11 3:31 AM

Hope all is okey. Take care. Hugs!

gagay said... @ 31/7/11 10:22 AM

te mon, u dunno my veggie blog eh? :'( :'( :'( :'(

gagay said... @ 31/7/11 10:23 AM

:'( :'( :( :( :'( :'(

gagay said... @ 31/7/11 10:25 AM

you can check it here te mon ->> http://gagaymd.com/2011/06/my-food-blog-ohgoshgulay-info.html

gagay said... @ 31/7/11 10:26 AM

:-D :-D :-D :-D :-D hope you can drop by there te mon! ;) ;) ;) ;) ;)

foongpc said... @ 2/8/11 1:15 AM

Yum!! I love Snowflake!! Now craving for it!!

foongpc said... @ 2/8/11 1:15 AM

I love the taro balls! Everytime I sure top up on taro balls! So chewy!!!

foongpc said... @ 2/8/11 1:17 AM

If you notice, the queue always so long whereas opposite the Tian Pin Ge Ge hardly have customers and a few door away, My Honeymoon quite empty! LOL!!

Shemah said... @ 10/8/11 1:11 AM

I've never tried this Snowflake place! your photo sure no ghost in the dessert, huh?? ;) ;) I wonder if my kids will like these desserts. But they're always game for trying something new! :)

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