Dairy Tooth Ice House @ Berjaya Times Square
When was your last time to Berjaya Times Square? Did you know Dairy Tooth Ice House, the first outlet in South East Asia has opened on the 3rd floor just opposite the cinema? Promoting Hong Kong- style light bites and silky milk tea to Malaysians, the brand first ventured into China’s market in 2015. With slightly more than a year, it has set up more than 1,000 chain stores in China. I was at their launch event last week, so do check out my thoughts on their noms below.
|Dairy Tooth Ice House @ Berjaya Times Square|
Origins of Dairy Tooth Ice House
With slightly more than a year, it has set up more than 1,000 chain stores in China. The outlets are located in 143 cities of 30 provinces in China. It has Hong Kong’s cultural essence by inheriting the traditional style of making Hong Kong snacks. Road names and districts such Mong Kok, Lan Kwai Fong, Kowloon Tong and Sha Tsui Road which often appear in Hong Kong TV series let patrons feel as if they are in the streets of Hong Kong once they enter the outlets.
|The outlet in Berjaya Times Square does have that retro feel|
|And that's how you get your silky Hong Kong milk tea|
Dairy Tooth's Unique Silky Milk Tea
Silky milk tea is a beverage originating from Hong Kong. Top grade red tea is brewed in a hand-held silver pot. The tea is then filtered through a white cotton sieves repeatedly to blend with evaporated milk. We then get to enjoy a cup of silky-smooth, full-bodied milk tea.
|Other drinks available at Dairy Tooth - Korea Citron Tea (RM6.90), HK Style Ice Lemon Tea (RM6.90), Daisy Pear Tea (RM10.90)|
Andrew Lau, director of Dairy Tooth Ice House at the launch of Dairy Tooth Ice House, Berjaya Times Square
|Andrew Lau, director of Dairy Tooth Ice House with other VIPs|
|Retro dance during the launch event|
“Ice house represents the culture of Hong Kong. Dairy Tooth Ice House carries the symbolic of old Hong Kong. We hope patrons do not only savour beverages and light bitess but also experience the silky milk tea enjoyed by the Hong Kongese back in the old days with fluffy egg puffs,” said Andrew Lau, director of Dairy Tooth Ice House during the launching of the first Dairy Tooth Ice House in Malaysia.
Check out their Egg Puffs, and Pancakes as well!
|Wasabi flavoured egg puffs|
|Freshly made pancakes for you sir?|
Egg puffs are a signature snack of Hong Kong. It is popular until today. The egg puffs in Dairy Tooth Ice House, crispy yet fluffy, another must try snack of the outlet. For the next three months, three more Dairy Tooth outlets will be opening in other shopping malls in Klang Valley. Big plans indeed, so be sure to follow their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/dairytoothmalaysia for their latest updates.