Saturday, March 24, 2012

Oyaki @ The Loaf, Tokyo Street, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

Killing time on a hungry stomach is no fun. We wanted a quick bite so decided to try two pieces of oyaki from The Loaf. 

Oyaki is a Japanese bun (butter roll dough) baked in the oven. It is quite soft and comes with different kinds of filling. There are 12 different fillings to choose from, priced at RM2.90 each. Recently they announced four new flavours (see bottom of post for flyer of new flavours).

Oyaki


The Loaf in Tokyo Street


Buy 5 Oyaki Get 1 Free


We tried the Japanese curry and Mango Cream Cheese (one savoury and one sweet). Out of the two, I prefer the Japanese curry, actually it is quite similar to the curry buns we used to get from Imbi Cake House in Seremban after school. ;) Ahhh childhood memories.

Japanese curry oyaki



Mango cream cheese oyaki


Not as much filling as the Japanese curry one

New Flavours

Sorry for the short post, but am busy today doing housework. Promise to be back tomorrow with a longer post. Have a good weekend everyone!

Price: RM2.90 each.

Location: The Loaf, Tokyo Street, Level 6, Pavilion KL, 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur.

Website: http://www.theloaf.net

13 comments:

  1. nothing special oni la.. xD maybe im too picky..^^

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    1. It's alright as a snack. The buns are soft and fluffy enough.

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  2. Ooo, this might be a disaster, but I wonder if having Japanese curry AND mango cheese cream inside the SAME bun could work. It could be a mix of sweet-savory, and still be nice and creamy =)

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    1. Hehehehe maybe Japanese curry and mango but not sure about the cream cheese.

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  3. Soft and fluffy buns? Not really my kind of thing...

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  4. I've tried em. Not bad...they are quite fluffy. New flavors? I'm interested on the 'Choco Orange'. heheh...

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    1. Yea, they taste like the ones from Imbi cake house in Seremban, do you remember them?

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    2. Waaa....of cos I rmbr that cake house. So nostalgic. Used to buy buns from there when Convent is just opposite. hahhaha..*those were the days*

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  5. first time visiting your blog and i can't get enough of it! lotsa <3 ! ^^

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    1. Thanks So much for the support! :)

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