Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Buddy Soy Smoothies

The day of Saturday, October 22, 2011 was a productive one for me.

After finishing work around 2pm, I went to this outlet to get a taste on what they had to offer:

Buddy Soy Smoothies the name and the location:
LG-18D-2 at Berjaya Times Square, KL.

I'm not much of a smoothies fan nor soy, but trying out the variety of flavors that they blended together, they got me liking it.

Started off trying the Bean Galore Red Bean which somehow I forgot to take a picture of, it tastes like your average ice cream potong red bean but creamier.
We then tried the Evergreen Japanese Cucumber, which surprisingly is quite good:

Some who had eaten with me before will know how much I usually skip eating cucumbers that comes along with my meal but this cucumber smoothie had a taste that I can accept and it's pretty good.

We were then presented with something to munch with to go along the many smoothies.
Cucur udang:

and some marble cake:

I tell you, I couldn't stop eating those cucur udangs. It went so well with the smoothies and it was such an irresistibly tasty snack, I find myself kept taking and taking till it's all gone.

The snacks will be available in the near future.

Here's another soon to be available in the near future which is the smoothie I like the most:

Yam smoothie with pearl. The yam taste goes so well with the soy ingredient mixed in, that it was the perfect match to my taste. Among all of the smoothies, this is my fave. However, it's not available yet, but soon to be.

Others that I tried:

Citrus Madness Orange. In the photo above taken alongside with the yam smoothie. Since it's my fave, it deserves to have one more picture shot. LOL.
The Citrus Madness Orange is not the smoothie I fancy due to the citrus sourness taste it has but if you're an orange fan, you might like it. And tasting that, you can be assured of them using real orange. haha

Coffee was next:

not much of a presentation nor difference from the looks of it compared to your local mamak restaurant but the soy that's added along with it adds a nice creamy taste to it that it's way better than your local mamak stall. Also a coming soon idea.

There's also Tau Fu Fah in this place:

The top is the usual plain one and the bottom is with sweetened sago.
These though, taste like your normal tau fu fah to me but adding in sweetened sago is a creative way to enhance the taste.

Other nice munchies that we were given a chance to try are these which contains coconut:

and these kaya pastries: of the highlights:

and ginger tea (not available yet):

Cendol flavor:

Corny but Goody Sweet Corn:

and lastly tried the peanut:

I know exactly which one I will go for for sure if I pass by, the Yam with pearls once it's available.

On top of being the healthier smoothie choice with all of it being soy based, it's also preserving the Malaysia culture value with the tau fu fah, ABC and Cendol and pretty soon, the cucur udang.

Try it out yourselves to know the taste!


Linda said...

All the food look great.

Isaac Tan said...

awesome, you took so many photos. XD

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

Yup, it is great

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

You didn't take many photos meh? LOL.