Another day another milk tea place popping up in Melbourne. Milksha, a brand from Taiwan opened its first Australian doors in Melbourne and of course when there’s something new in town, there is always people queuing up to check it out. It’s quite small but don’t let the size of the venue deceive you. Cute murals painted on the inside and an extensive drinks menu by the counter, you’re in for a treat. I got the Japanese Matcha Milk with Red Bean and matcha fans, this is very matcha-y. Mr D got the Valrhona 100% Cocoa Milk with Pudding and holy smokes it was AMAZEBALLS!
Valrhona 100% Cocoa Milk – $7.60 Matcha Milk with Red Bean – $7.60
Milksha knows what they’re doing and they serve pretty good milk tea. I understand all the queuing and I’ll definitely be back.
Going out with the cousins, we decided to have some matcha desserts and good ol’ Miss Train got onto zomato and found Kyo Tea House. It was quite busy on a Thursday night but we managed to bag a table and started our ordering spree.
Whist shopping around Eastland, we got a call from the Creative couple and they wanted to have dinner. We suggested Eastland since we were already there and of course, I wanted to try out the food at Kyoto Cafe since I was only there for coffees last time. We made a booking just in case since it was a Saturday night and in we all went.
Shopping around Eastland with Mr D and his nephews and I needed my sugar fix. We dropped by Kyoto Cafe because he had heard it was pretty delish so in we went. We were immediately attended to and was shown to our seat by the friendly and polite staff. I decided to go all matcha and got the matcha opera which was their signature cake.
If you love matcha, you’ll definitely will ADORE this little sweetness heaven. It was soft, it was moist, it was super duper matcha-filled! Mr D wasn’t a big fan but that’s because he don’t love matcha yo!
It was that time of the day again, dinner time and after walking around which felt like FOREVER, we decided to enter Ramen Ya on Bourke Street. We were basically the only customers since it was 6PM (senior citizen time). It was very spacious and located right next to the food court which they tried to cover with the huge banner.
Brunch catch up with Miss Pear and her friend was due and I got to pick and BAM Operator 25. I got there early with Mr D just before 12PM on a sunday (Yep, peak hour for lunch) and I put my name down on the list with an expected wait of 20-30 mins (Mr D wasn’t too impressed at all…).