Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Wooyoo Ice Cream, PIK

Wooyoo ice cream is a 100% milk soft ice cream from KOREA. Here in Jakarta, it is available in PIK area. I tried four different varieties of Wooyoo ice cream and really enjoyed them all. Tasted great!

The beehive decor did really catch my attention.


Misugaru - Rp. 35.000 
A pure milk soft ice cream made with Korean cereal, grain powder and honey on top.
Salty Choco - Rp. 35.000
Sea salt imported from Korea

Pop! Monster - Rp. 35.000
With popcorn caramel on the top.
Snow Bomb - Rp. 35.000
With flavored Cotton candy (matcha or caramel). 

Schneeballen - Rp. 30.000

To eat this Schneeballen (it means snow ball in English), you need to use a wooden hammer to break this deep fried shortcut pastry. Interesting, isn't it?

Mochi Mochi - Rp. 10.000
I really like this soft chewy mochi mochi bread
Current currency: 
1 USD = Rp. 12.960

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  1. Slluuurrrppp...tampak enak sekali...ini bikinnya pake nitrogen yang lg ngehits itu juga gak sih?
    Duh kayaknya di Pluit tuh byk bgt yah tempat makan yg hrs diabsenin satu persatu...

    Just posted Healthy Dinner at Alchemy, Ubud | The Traveling Cows

    1. vari sapi lucu: Enaaaaakk! Cobain deh.. emang sih, ukuran es-nya ga terlalu banyak (1/2 dari gelas karena sisanya untuk biang es dan air yang mengeluarkan asap) tapi tenang aja, es-nya cukup mengenyangkan :) Dibuatnya bukan yg pakai nitrogen (ga doyan es krim yg dibuat dgn cara pembuatan menggunakan nitrogen).

  2. Wow! Wish it was available here. mmmm What a coincidence; catching up with your posts watching a Korean drama. ;) Here see: Cute, slightly teenagerish, but not bad.

    1. laveena: hi Laveena! Long time no see :) How are you? So, you are also a korean dramas fan?

  3. I am great. Not a huge K drama fan but it does make me crave noodles - which sometimes makes me think of Indonesia - which inadvertently brings me to your blog. Which always whets my appetite no matter what. Even if I don't eat 90% of the food items featured I get ravenous on seeing the posts. You do such a fine job Selby, find your reviews earnest, fair and to the point, while giving a peek into food culture and backgrounds whether native ethnic or international alongside pictures that are always amazing. Great work (as always).

    1. Thank you for all the compliments, Laveena :) The truth, I don't write the way I used to because there are so many intrigue these days. I hardly put detail review.


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