Sunday, November 20, 2011

Crumbs, Pavilion KL

It's Christmas-y season for shopping malls and Pavilion was no exception with it's Christmas decoration up:

I was there this morning or rather around noon time to have a taste of a shop name Crumbs which serves Frozen Yogurt with pick your own toppings.

They have many varieties of toppings to choose from but their signature topping is, well, crumbs! House crumbs that's what it's called.

The other homemade toppings would be the mini meringue, mochi, green tea mochi and roasted peanut mix.

Aside from frozen yogurt, they also have scones to scoff on.

I don't know about your taste, but I like the taste of the scones here.
There are 3 flavors available, raisins, chocolate and cheese and all 3 are just as yummy to me.

We started off with a little introduction from the owner, Ronnie Tan:

then proceeded to a little game they had in mind, that is to make our own frozen yogurt and whichever team had good presentation and taste good will be declared the winner and will take home RM200 worth of Crumbs voucher.

We initially broke off into 3 teams picked at random as there were originally 6 of us. I was paired together with Fish. She's a human, not a fish nor mermaid. LOL. The adorable girl:

Later on, Rebecca arrived and she randomly picked my team.
Our strategy was to have the toppings be a foundation and a middle layer before topping it off on the top.

Unfortunately, although being team C, we were instructed to go 2nd and hence, had our ideas copied. haha.
The making process:

Our finished product:

My ugly mug with the finished product. XD:

Later on, 2 others joined in and formed team D to compete.

The four teams finished product waiting to be judged:

The winning team turned out to be Team B which consists of Isaac and Linora:

Here's one sample of the finish product from Crumbs:

Before we left we had a group photo with everybody:

If frozen yogurt is one of the health food you have in your diet, then give Crumbs a try.
The location:

P1.11.04, Level 1, Pavilion KL.


Isaac Tan said...

awesome! it was my first time trying scones.. omg, I'm so new to these type of desserts.

Nice catching up with you today bro

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

LOL. You're fast even in your commenting. I haven't even finish editing. Ah well, gave up editing. Couldn't make it right LOL.

Nice seeing you. :)

Anne Lee said...

real fruits added.. so healthy.

FiSh said...

it's fish from here :D nice meeting you! you're awesomely quick in posting this

Nikel Khor said...

I still dun hv time for frozen yogurt! damn nice d this one..

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

Yup. If you put toppings that are fruits on the low fat yogurt, it really is very healthy. :)

LOL. I know who you are Fish. I visit your blog occasionally. Nice meeting you for the first time. :D

Mmm, I'm no expert in frozen yogurt as I'm not a yogurt person but according to a professional food blogger's experience, it's real creamy and nice. :)

Merryn said...

ini Isaac ah.. beh tahan! always winning in anything he does!

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

Is it? Then I must be fortunate to be able to beat him at Wii. XD

Iriene said...

Have not try ... looks fun to mix & match :)

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

Give it a try. It's not bad. :)