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Cafe Usagi Has Cute Rabbit-Themed Mochi Waffles And New Daifuku Flavours

20th March 2024

Cafe Usagi Tokyo has new rabbit desserts and daifuku mochi

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If you’re big on matcha desserts, you might have come across Cafe Usagi Tokyo. The homegrown brand, which has outlets in Suntec City and 111 Somerset, specialises in Japanese desserts such as daifuku and tea-flavoured mochi ice cream. They’ve just launched new rabbit-themed desserts and daifuku flavours to try the next time you’re there!

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An exciting addition to the menu is the Mochi Waffle Series ($9.90), available in four flavours: Coffee, Matcha, Coconut and Chocolate.

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Each set comprises a mochi waffle square that’s crispy on the outside, with a chewy mochi middle, paired with cute rabbit-shaped madeleine. Go all out by adding a scoop of Cafe Usagi Tokyo’s signature ice cream (+$6) for the ultimate treat!

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There’s also the new Yuzu Rabbit Cake ($9.80) that stars a light yuzu-scented cheesecake shaped to look like a bunny, atop a crunchy biscuit base.

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Those who love the cafe’s Strawberry Mochi ($6.90) will be happy to know that there’s a whole new lineup of flavours! These Handmade Daifuku Fruit Mochi, priced from $5.50 to $8.80, come in fruits such as shine muscat, orange, and kiwi. Each fruit is wrapped in azuki red bean and a thin layer of stretchy mochi.

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There’ll also be new Ice Cream Parfaits (from $13.50) in three flavours: Strawberry, Matcha, and Hojicha.

That’s not all: from 23 to 31 March 2024, enjoy a free scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream (U.P. $6) when you order a Mochi Waffle! This promotion is available across both outlets.

If you’re looking for a cheaper alternative, check out Do Qoo’s mochi waffles, which are halal-certified too! Otherwise, try the viral matcha noodle gelato at Vanda Botanical Dessert!

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Cafe Usagi Tokyo is not a halal-certified eatery but uses no pork or lard.

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