Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Ochado @ IOI Boulevard, Puchong

#1 Ochado; Insist the Best!

Last week, I was wandering around IOI Boulevard where the famous Library and Overtime become the most happening place around that area. No, I'm not into beers, but I don't want to be like everyone who opts for ChaTime or Snowflakes there!

#2 Signature Ochado Tea

The one on the left is called Ochado Roasted Milk Tea @ RM4.90, while I have the Green Milk Tea with Red Beans @ RM5.90. Both are as good as Chatime or Gong Cha, they're different from their competitors in unique ways. I love them with the minimum level of sugar (No, but not without sugar).

#3 Japanese Mille Crepe 

Another thing bout Ochado which distinguishes it from other Taiwanese beverage outlet is their Japanese Mille Crepe!  Up to today, it is still limited to 3 flavours only--- Chocolate, Strawberry and Vanilla (Original). Since this cake is so famous, I must really try it! 

#4 Vanilla Mille Crepe

Here's the Vanilla Mille Crepe @ RM9.00, if I've not mistaken. Equally made of 20 layers, I love the fresh cream in between each thin layer, and the 'snow' which tops the delicate cake. 

#5 Chocolate Mille Crepe 

The flavoured ones are slightly higher in price as compared to the original, probably around RM10.90. It is satisfying but sadly to say, nothing can beat the best Mille Crepe at Nadeje from Malacca yet! 

And now Ochado has its newest outlet at Sri Petaling! Well, now that I can go home every week for their signature drinks, but I hope they would sell mille crepes here as well! Hope to see you there!

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  1. sure look good, one day must try! :D
    only tried the pearl milk tea once at pavilion :)

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    1. Hi Ken, it's as good as Gong Cha but far better than the C one :) Should try their other signature teas too!

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  2. yea, been hearing about the layered cake in Malacca, wonder how it tastes like ? hmmm....

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    1. Hi Ken, it's soft and delicate, with sweet and milky taste :)

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  3. Wow. Delicious la.. Next time I'll surely try it when I'm in KL again =P

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    1. Hi Sherrie, of course :) you can come anytime and let's go makan!

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    1. Hi Mabel, yes they do although it might not be the best in town :)

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  5. OMG look so nice!!! you really did a good job on photogrphy

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    1. Hi Nicc, trust me they taste better than they look :D thanks for your compliment, hope you enjoy reading here as well!

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  6. dono why we juz love ochado the most.. haha!

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    1. Hi Summer, I know why! Because you both love special drinks like me too :)

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  7. Glad to see more places serving mille crepe now.

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    1. Hi Evelyn, indeed there are so many mushrooming out there! Have you tried any of them? :)

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    1. Hi Audrey, I'm glad that you love it too :) Enjoy reading!

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  9. I still prefer chatime than ochado.. =p

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    1. Hi Smit'n, Chatime is many people' favourite until today, but what makes you think so? :) Chatime is better in taste?

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  10. Ochado @ I0I Boulevard
    Getting there for me isn't hard
    Never been there, what the heck
    One nice outlet for a snack

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    1. Hello there, you should visit Ochado then if it's convenient for you. A good place to chill out with your friends too!

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    2. FiSh, I will and thank you.

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  11. I have tried to make mille crepe at home. I nailed the taste and texture but not the look. Got to improve that before I can share the recipe. I have not been to IOI mall for many years. I always get lost when I go to Puchong area. LOL!

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    1. Hi Veronica, I bet Puchong area is rather complicated, but it's okay because Ochado has other outlets as well. I'm waiting for your version of mille crepe then! :) Looking forward to it!

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  12. Mille Crepe is actually layers of pancakes right? I have yet to try it, hopefully one day I will make my own Mille Crepe.

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    1. Hi Sheoh Yan, it's layers of thin egg and cream :) Hope you can try it out and work one on your own.

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  13. nice ..
    will go for a dessert when I go to Boulevard for dinner..

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    1. Hi Onngui, a good place for your family too, do enjoy reading and then enjoy eating!

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    1. Hi Nikel, it's never too late to sample some and let me know whether it's good ;)

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    1. Hi there, it tastes better than it looks :)

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    1. Hi Henry, I always believe that we pay for good food :)

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    1. Hi Merryn, yes for the tea but Gong Cha doesn't serve mille crepe :(

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  18. The Mille Crepe is so popular. I thought of trying it at home but it's just too much work. I'd love to try Ochado's drink. I haven't had boba tea for a while. :-)

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    1. Hi Nami, it's tedious but the outcome is impressive! :) I bet the tea is available at your place too

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  19. So I've just added Mille Crepe in Malacca to my list of must eats. :-)

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    1. Hi Monica, that's definitely a must-try and you'd love it!

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  20. I tried their Green Tea with red beans but I don't like it, guess I'll stick to Chatime :P Yessss, I'm missing Nadege Mille Crepe, simply the best!

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    1. Hi Hilda, perhaps you can try some ochado mille crepe too if Malacca is too far from you :)

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  21. I do agreed that, I too feel Nadeje is better for mille crepe. Though some said is overrated! =p

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    1. Hi Melissa, I see your point but it's expanding rather too much around Malacca, and the quality may deteriorate in any time

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  22. oooh, mille crepe. a nice dessert to eat while drinking the tea :D

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    1. Hi Sean, milk tea and the cake would be too filling for a simple tea time actually :/

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    1. Hi Izdiher, which one do you refer to? The tea or the cake?

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  24. Japanese? I thought mille crepes are French cakes? Our vanilla here RM6.60 only and according to somebody, as nice as Malacca's as far as the taste goes but losing out if considering the thickness of the layers of crepe.

    Their chocolate does not even look chocolate leh? Not like ours...and ours cost RM8.80 each, the double chocolate mille crepe.

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    1. Hi Arthur, it's from Japanese if I've not mistaken, but French has their delicate version as well. That's pretty cheap at Sibu for the original flavour, but undeniably most places still cannot beat the mille crepe from Malacca in terms of thickness of the layers.

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  25. Ah, I have always wanted to give Orchado a try but never got a chance to. Insist the best sounds dodgy lol. What To Expect When You're Expecting review

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    1. Hi Tony, you should try out some, because recently they're doing pretty much promotion :)

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  26. Eh Ochado in Sri Petaling opened already? I passed it so many times but it was still under renovation. Ok then I'll go check it out. You sure the mille crepe from nadeje is the best? haha. nothing great la actually although mcca is my hometown.

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    1. Hi Carolyn, it had its grand opening last week. You should check it out :) Perhaps I'm not a Malaccan, that's why I appreciate the food there more.

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  27. Hey, the name sounds familiar. Think they've outlets in S'pore too but I've yet to try. I love milk tea!

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    1. Hi Shirley, yes it's kinda popular in many countries. Do try this affordable drink soon

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  28. Have you tried The Pork Place in IOI Boulevard?

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    1. Hi Daniel, not yet but I heard that the place is good :)

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  29. I wanna try the Mille Crepe so badly! =P

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    1. Hi Xue Ren, yes you should and it's easily available nowadays ;)

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  30. Is the Japanese Mille Crepe taste good? I'm gonna get it coz I'm going back to M'sia soon. Haha

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    1. Hi Henry, yes it is good in unique ways. You should get some to savour on as soon as you're back :)

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  31. wow they selling mille crepe also, great!

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    1. Hi Choi Yen, yes with more varieties nowadays!

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  32. Haven't tried Ochado. Looks delicious! Don't really fancy Mille crepe cakes : )

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    1. Hi Foong, perhaps you can try on their drinks and compare with the close competitors

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  33. Nadeje is always the best! :D I always go Malacca for crepes!

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    1. Hi Angeline! That's my favourite too, we should find a day down to the state for this!

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  34. newest outlet in Sri Petaling punya Ochado got Mille Crepe? How about other outlet? XD hahaha

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    1. Hi Kianfai, yes the one at sri petaling has mille crepe, and recently their newest outlet at paradigm mall serves this japanese cake too! :)

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  35. Hie Fish, may i know the operating time for this outlet? =) i wanna surprise my friend with it she loves the mille crepes alot xD (Would wanna try it for myself too lol). Really hope they starts in the morning!

    Thanks!

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    1. Hi there, it is opened from 1pm to 11pm, and extends till 12am on Friday and Saturday night. Hope you enjoy the mille crepe with your friends :)

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