Kuala Lumpur 2012 - Tokyo Street at The Pavilion

There is always something new at The Pavilion and the latest addition is Tokyo Street - a themed shopping concept centred around Japanese food and products. The anchor shop is a Daiso right at the end of the "street", and there are a number of new Japanese F&B outlets making their first appearance in KL.

Tokyo Street is located at the top floor Eastern wing of The Pavilion. Though there are other shops, the main focus is on food and drink and most of the bases are covered - ramen, shabu-shabu, sushi, teppanyaki, Japanese desserts and ice cream.




 They have tried to create an authentic Japanese feel to the street.





 Daiso is the anchor shop at the end of the street.


Two Japanese dessert shops that are getting KL foodies all excited - Karafuru which sells colourful fruit tarts made by a Japanese pastry chef, and Arthur's Hokkaido Mille Crepe Cakes - which sells cakes made with many delicate layers of paper thin crepes.


The colourful and tempting fruit tarts of Karafuru.


The delicate layered crepe cakes of Arhur's. They look very much like Malaysian Lapis cakes - I have yet to try them.


The famous Hokkaido Ramen Shop Santouka also opened their first Malaysian outlet here. Look out for my next post on this outlet.


Comments

pooja singh said…
Those fruit tarts of Karafuru are looking simply awesome and delicious.
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