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SELANGOR: Tea Press Japanese Roasters

Tea Press Japanese Roasters

Tea Press Damansara Uptown 15
Tea Press imports their own tea from Shizuoka, Japan.  Extra step is taken by using water cooked in an iron pot to soften the water qualities for a better cup of tea.  Food at the moment is basic, but nonetheless replicates the elegance and the  delicate flavors of Japan.  The home made biscuits are surprisingly good, considering that they look more like dried tofu then biscuits (RM 7).  But don’t judge a biscuit by its cover because the crunchy biscuits infused with caramel are simply so addictive.

 

Address: Jalan SS 21/39, Damansara Utama

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