It takes balls to look this sweet.
We’re all fans of Japanese food but we want to shed light on one particular ball shaped treat… it’s one of the most well known in Japanese desserts. Have an idea yet? Once you sink your teeth into marvelous mochi ball made just for you, with the filling spilling out of its rice cake exterior and into your mouth, you’ll be hooked.
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If you’re having a difficult time getting your hands on these balls, look no further! Pass by these sweet shops for a chance to try a pack or two. Add these spots to your ‘MUST-TRY‘ lists on the Booky app so you never miss a bite!
Dezato Mochi Cafe – New Manila
Dezato Mochi Cafe is a mochi haven in Quezon City that serves out-of-the-box and favorite flavors alike such as Avocado, Kapeng Barako, Dark Chocolate, and more. Aside from their delectable desserts, coffee, and milkshakes, they also serve pasta, pizza, and their popular banh mi sandwiches.
Tsujiri – various branches
Tsujiri is a Japanese matcha brand from Uji Kyoto that specializes in authentic, premium green tea drinks and are the pioneer in matcha infused desserts – from ice cream to cakes and pastries.
Mochi Creme – various branches
Stepping up the ice cream cart game, Mochi Creme puts more fun into the on-the-go dessert experience, with more to offer such as fruit tarts, eclairs, parfaits, smoothies, and frappes.
Hui Lau Shan – multiple branches
Hui Lau Shan is an international chain of mango dessert stores from Hong Kong. Since arriving on our shores earlier this year, the brand has expanded tremendously with branches in SM Megamall, SM North Edsa, UP Town Center, SM Fairview, and Greenhills Promenade!
MUST TRY: If you're a mango-lover, you're sure to love their Mango & Sago in Mango Juice, Mango Cheesy Milk, and Mango Mochi!
MochiCream Cafe – Robinsons Magnolia
The only store in the Philippines that sells authentic Japanese mochi cream imported from Japan! A dedicated matcha cafe offering a line of premium Do matcha drinks and other products. Japanese blend coffee, pastries, Japanese breads, and baum kuchen also available.
Gavino’s Donuts – various branches
Gavino’s Japanese Donuts brings you gooey, chewy mochi donuts like no other with a creative and exciting range of flavors to satisfy every taste.
Eng Bee Tin – Ongpin St.
Standing on the most popular and busiest crossing on Ongpin St., especially on Chinese New Year. Known for their signature purple color, even the owner Gerry, fondly called “Mr. Ube”, is always seen in a purple t-shirt polo. With so many popular pasalubongs to its name, one favorite is their ube mochi!
Mochi Sweets – SM Aura
Mochi Sweets is an international dessert brand that boasts of their mouth-watering mochi filled with frozen cream or mousse. They have interesting flavors which include durian and coconut.
No reservations accepted
4/F SM Aura, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
Featured image from Mochi Creme.
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