Tuesday, April 3, 2012

QQ SnowMix @ Bandar Puteri, Puchong

Not long ago, I just had a review at QQ SnowMix of Sri Petaling (Blog post: HERE), and today I'm stepping into the same outlet, but at Bandar Puteri, Puchong.

 
If you have checked out my previous review of this cafe, you'll know that this Puchong outlet is a branch of Sri Petaling headquarters. So far, they have only two outlets, but hopefully they'll be expanding soon. Anyone interested in franchising there? :P

 #1 Taipei Big Big (台北大大碗) @ RM24.90

Recommended for 3 to 4 persons sharing. It is based with 3 types of ice--- Grass Jelly Ice, Taro Ice and Soya Ice--- and 12 Toppings! Meaning that if you want to try different toppings and flavours, you can have them all in one go now!

 Let's compare the size of the bowl with an iPhone, now can you imagine how HUGE it is?
Calling all the Taiwanese desserts lovers out there, perhaps you can finish it all by yourself. 

 #2 Tempura (甜不辣) @ RM5.90

Well, this time around, I'm not focusing on the common Taiwanese desserts, because  QQ Snowmix does not only serve mouth-watering desserts, but now they have diversified their menu into offering some finger food and tidbits for us!

#3 Taiwanese Style Fried Chicken @ RM6.50

Served piping hot from the kitchen, it is indeed crispy and serves best as a snack.

 #4 Taiwan Egg and Hotdog Roll (台式蛋包热狗香卷) @ RM4.50

 #5 Taiwan Egg and Chicken Roll (台式蛋包鸡香卷) @ RM5.50

After sampling all these Taiwanese tidbits, I feel as if I'm strolling along the Shih-Lin night market at Taipei! More varieties are coming soon at QQ Snowmix Bandar Puteri! 

#6 Taiwan Sweet Potato Stick @ RM2.50

These Taiwanese fries are totally different from the French Fries; They're more crispy and don't turn soft easily.

 #7 Taiwan Grass Jelly Snow with QQ Taro, Pearls, Kidney Beans and Red Beans @ RM6.90

Just imagine the sensation of having some icy cool and refreshing food on a hot tropical day. It's time to customize your very own bowl with your favourite flavours here.

 #8 Lemon Jade Jelly Ice @ RM5.50






 #9 Sea Amber Jelly Ice with Pearls @ RM6.90

 #10 Douhua with Red Beans and Jelly @ RM5.90

 #11 Grass Jelly Ice Series with Grass Jelly, QQ Taro and Black Creamer @ RM6.90


#12 Taro Ice Series with Taipei Pudding, QQ Taro and Black Creamer @ RM6.90

 #13 Taiwan Black Sesame Soup with Japanese Matcha Soup and QQ Taro @ RM6.50

If you feel that the desserts are too icy for you, then a bowl of warm sesame soup would savour your taste very much! Blended with the Green Tea Soup, it is surprisingly still very thick with no sign of diluteness. What would be better than enjoying it with the chewy Taro Balls?

 #14 Taiwan Grass Jelly Soup with QQ Taro, Pearls and Peanuts @ RM6.90

 #15 Rainbow Jelly Gold Green Tea @ RM5.90

For small eaters, I think you'd prefer some refreshing drinks instead of the filling bowls of desserts. This cup of green tea serves best as a thirst quencher with the chewy rainbow-coloured jelly. 

 
Verdict:
1. Personally, I have better impression towards QQ SnowMix now as compared to my first visit.
2. For the aromatic icy desserts, I'd prefer the Soya Ice base, so thick and flavourful!
3. Taiwanese snacks are good but slightly overpriced, considering the portion of each serving.

QQ SnowMix
48, Jalan Puteri 1/4,
Bandar Puteri,
47100 Puchong,
Selangor.
Contact: 603-80523133
Facebook: www.facebook.com/qqsnowmixpuchong


75 comments:

  1. wah this makes me want to go eat it again!!!!! your pics so nice :D

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    1. Hi Choulyin, thanks for your compliment! :) yummy desserts eh

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  2. I swear to myself. I must try this one day. The desserts look so tempting.

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    1. Hi Sheoh Yan, yes of course :) sometimes going for Taiwanese stuff is gooooood

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  3. All of them looks so tempting! Price is quite reasonable too~

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    1. hi Hayley, cheap and good :D Must try!

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    1. Hello there, thank you for your compliment!

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  5. i definetly like the finger food..
    good hangout with friends..

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    1. Hello there, it's time to munch on the snack while chatting right? :)

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  6. heheh, this might be the next franchise that becomes a big success in KL! :D

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    1. Hi Sean, I bet if you own one of the franchises, then it will expand even more :P

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    1. Hello there, they're all full of goodness!

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  8. Haven't try this before but all their deserts looks very tempting.

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    1. Hi Kit, yes indeed, should bring your kids along to taste the goodness!

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  9. The desserts looks delicious!! Must try one day!

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    1. Hi Kitty, yes of course you should, do try them with your friends and family!

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    1. Hi Meitzeu, you should try them out if you haven't :)

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  11. i want try the Lemon Jade Jelly Ice!!!!! so jealous of u, always get to eat nice food and still so thin :D

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    1. hi Camy, doing more exercise would be good whenever you're free :)

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  12. and your post make me feel like having dessert now...Fuhhhh!!

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    1. hi Yee Ling, indulge yourself in some then ^^

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  13. woooooo, i would love to try the lemon jade jelly ice, in fact, i can find it in penang too, but it was just okay only, haven't found a decent one yet =(

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    1. hi Ken, I bet QQ Snowmix can expand to Penang as well :)

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  14. I WANNA TRY EACH AND EVERYTHING.
    Tempting food you shared :).

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  15. omg i so badly want desert right now. QQball !!!!!! The desserts here in Aussie are super stingy on toppings :/

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    1. hi Shuwen, i hope Aussie has Taiwanese dessert too :P

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  16. Looks yummy,
    maybe i will try at the Sri Petaling,nearer to home.

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    1. hi Thomas, yes the one at SP is the headquarter with more varieties of finger food :)

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  17. wow, you mean everything also RM1 in there?? that's really a great deal!!

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    1. Hi SK, nope the price is as listed in my blog entry :)

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  18. Bandar Puteri has become sort of a food haven now and I have tried a few of the eateries here. This place you checked out holds lovely finger food, snacks and desserts too.

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    1. Hi Nava, yes indeed, I should visit more eateries too :)

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  19. I think i'll go for the cold desserts instead of the hot food. =)

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    1. Hi there, prefer cold stuff more than hot ones? how about the crispy food? :)

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  20. near to my area sounds good to me the RM1 deal :)

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    1. Hi Yvonne, then you can drop by there anytime :)

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  21. Your reviews are alsways the best :D
    So oriental and delicious I swear! The closest I have ever come to that exotic green gold iced tea with jellies is Easyway here in Aus (and I love it!)

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    1. Hi Uru, thanks for your support here :) I hope Taiwanese desserts will spread to Aussie soon!

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  22. Thanks for dropping by my space.
    Ur clicks are just perfect
    Nice blog
    http://followfoodie.blogspot.com/

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    1. Hi Foodie, you're welcome and nice to have you here ;)

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    1. Hi Charmaine, the tempura is filled with squids actually :)

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  24. Wa...they got so many types of snacks.
    BTW..how would you rate their QQ taro balls over Snowflake's?

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    1. Hi Mel, in my opinion, I'm sorry to say the taro balls at Snowflakes are still more chewy and flavourful, but those at QQSnowmix are much larger in size! :)

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  25. Drooling over the food. How I wish I can have a bowl of cooling snowmix now.

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    1. Hi Vicky, it's really good for hot weather like now :)

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  26. I just love your photography! My daughter-in-law is Taiwanese and she could cook for me every day of the year. Sadly she's in Atlanta and I'm in Australia. :)

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    1. Hi Maurene, you're lucky to have her with her delicious Taiwanese food, I'm sure you miss them a lot :)

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  27. Gosh I would love to have black sesame taro,i love black sesameeeeee! ><

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    1. Hi Steph, I love that very much too! Yummy!

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  28. fuiyoh sedapnyeeee :P :P :P can cure ur throat? XD too "liong" already haha

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    1. hi Kian Fai, yes seriously can! very soothing :P

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  29. This food looks so delicious but it is so foreign to me. It's not food that I am used to. But I would like to try it and learn how to cook it. xx

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    1. Hi there, it's time to get learning the recipes for these Taiwanese desserts :)

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  30. okie it make me so hungry and it so damn cheap :)

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    1. Hi Caro, yes so you can try it anytime you want!

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  31. the way u snap the photos of food, look so real weyy! =P

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    1. Hi Xue Ren, I hope to make it real too, so that you can eat from your screen :P

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  32. I see u guys are blogging a lot about bubble tea & desserts. Your blown-up pix are making me salivate. Hungry!

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    1. Hi Blackswan, that's because desserts are everyone's love!

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  33. Wow! Drooling at all the photos here! But this Snowmix looks like a copycat of Snowflake eh? Which one better? : )

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    1. Hi Foong, undeniably the one which first comes up with this idea is still the best :)

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  34. I love Asian desserts and I'm drooling while I scroll down for more dessert pictures. As a Japanese, I have a weak spot for green tea and red bean dessert. :-)

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    1. hi Nami, then you can cook your perfect bowl of green tea red bean soup! :) yumms

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