A big news to all the sweet tooth people out there. This Oct 18 to 30 Oct 2013, there are a Japanese Sweets Fair at Isetan KLCC concourse floor.
There are all sorts of authentic imported traditional and modern desserts for you to get your hands on.
Warm Okowa wrapped in traditional bamboo leaves steamed on the spot awaits you to checkout what is inside them. The bamboo leave ain’t from local but were air flown in just for this promo event.
Chef busy reheating the okowa and ensure it is not over steamed.
Besides the usual cheesecake, scone, modern pastries I would put more attention to the traditional stuffs. Senbei (Rice cracker) is one of my favorite. There are many samplers for you to test around.
Japanese promoter. They are not local.
3 different type flavors and shapes for senbei. Each has a distinctive flavors to it yet still healthy compared to other junk foods.
On beverage side there are quite a number of sake on display.
See so many good sake awaiting you with the sampling cups.
Plum flavored sake
More high alcohol level flavored sake
The rice that were polished in order to make sake. Each % ratio determine the quality of a good bottle of sake.
Besides that on the launching day, there’s a surprise. Checkout who’s in the house. The first Iron Chef Sakai and Yoroizuka the contender that won the sweets making challenge.
The boss of Isetan showing Chef Sakai and Yoroizuka around the sweets fair section and then proceed to tasting them one by one. So what are you waiting for?
Time to check them out at KLCC Isetan concourse.