UFUFU Cafe: New Restaurant Review

UFUFU Cafe: New Restaurant Review

115 different parfaits all under one roof at UFUFU Cafe Hong Kong 

Spot The Food  Spot The Food  on 8 Jun '16

From Kyushu to Macau, UFUFU has now landed in Hong Kong with its first flagship at Tsim Sha Tsui. It offers a massive range of over 115 different parfaits in mind-blowing flavours, made with seasonal fruits, homemade ice cream, and features 4 unique Hong Kong editions, which are limited to only 20 servings per day.

First up is the premium edition mango pomelo parfait. It consists of a layer of coconut milk sago, mango pieces, a scoop of mango sorbet and a generous swirl of whipped cream.

UFUFU CAFE Hong Kong, Mango Pomelo Premium Parfait

Hong Kong Style - Mango Pomelo Sago Parfait

Another popular special is the chocolate fondant parfait, made with a strawberry ice cream base, topped with thick layer of cream, a dusting of cocoa powder and a chocolate molten cake (though this aspect was slightly over-baked but they have promised to improve it).

UFUFU CAFE Hong Kong, Japanese White Peach, Chocolate Fondant Parfait

UFUFU CAFE Hong Kong, Chocolate Fondant Parfait

Japanese Peach Parfait, Molten Chocolate Cake Parfait

The Japanese white peach parfait is an even better option because of the juicy and sweet peaches, and also the milky soft serve with crunchy crispy rice lining the bottom.

UFUFU CAFE Hong Kong, Matcha Fuwafuwa Souffle Pancake

Matcha Fuwafuwa Souffle Pancake

Last but not the least, the souffle pancake with matcha ice cream is over 3 centimetres thick, with a cake-like texture.

Other than the countless Japanese desserts, there are also a selection of savouries such as a burger steak, omurice, tomato spaghetti and signature coffees that aim to meet everyone’s tastes.

5/F, Tern Plaza, 5 Cameron Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong


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