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SELANGOR: VILLA JU BAKERY

VILLA JU BAKERY

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The cafe welcomes you with an alluring scent of freshly baked pastires.  The cafe serves decent brunches and pastas (RM 17.90 – 19.90).  Being a Korean Cafe, of course you will see bingsu here.  The ice flakes here have a milky flavor topped with other ingredients such as mango, blueberry and oreos.  A little something different about the bingsus here is that they come in three sizes – friends size, family size and party size.  The party size bingsu costs RM 59.90 – RM 75.90, can you imagine how big that is ?

 

Address: 26, Jalan SS 21/58, Damansara utama

Facebook: Villa Ju Bakery

 

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