(Food Review) Tea Press Japanese Roasters, Damansara Uptown.

by - Thursday, December 31, 2015

Discovered this cafe sometime ago.
I always prefer visiting cafes with unique food/style, instead of the typical cafes.

Came across this cafe when I was passing by my housing area for other purposes.
Came across this cafe again when EatDrinkKL posted about this cafe.

Therefore, I decided to give it a try.




Ami Sugiyama is dedicated in delivering the Japanese tea culture to the locals here.

I like how she is dedicated in brewing each cup of Japanese tea.
The aroma, the explanation and even the method of brewing it.

As she emphasized that each tea pot should only refill with thrice of hot water.
No less, no more.

Gen Mai Cha, I ordered.
RM10

Very aromatic roasted rice tea.
I will definitely come back for more Gen Mai Cha!

Berry Aroma RM10

Very aromatic berry smell.
I still prefer my Gen Mai Cha!

Tea, is meant for relaxing and enjoying.

Warabimochi bracken starch jelly covered with sweet soybean flour RM7

Yummy. Not too sweet but chewy with acceptable sweetness.


Sakura mochi rice cake with a red bean paste centre, presented in an edible cherry blossom leaf RM5

This is good!
I always love good Mochi cakes with yummy red bean fillings.  

Daifuku with fresh strawberry concealed in it RM5

Sourish strawberry with sweet red bean paste and chewy outer layer.
Best combination ever.

SHOWTIME!
Time for some Pucchiguys' showtime since I brought them out for tea time.

Love for food.

Why is the tea cup larger than me?

Oh! I found something cuter than me!

Rusky or not?



Tea Press Japanese Roasters
46G, Jalan SS 21/39, 
Damansara Uptown, 
Petaling Jaya, Selangor. 
Open Tues-Sun, 11am-9pm

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