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Saturday, July 12, 2014

New Zealand Natural, The Curve, Food Review

Wasn't much in the mood for socializing nor going out because I'm feeling kinda emo these days but life goes on and so instead of wallowing in sorrow, I trudge along and headed to New Zealand Natural at The Curve:
It's not my first time trying out their ice cream at this outlet since I've been invited to review their Pecan Praline Crunch desserts the last time around 2 years ago (http://www.ktheblogger.com/2012/06/new-zealand-natural-ice-cream.html) but now, I'm back again with another bunch of blogger friends to have a look at some of their desserts.

This here is called the Waffle Dazzle:
The waffle dazzle is with a scoop of ice cream flavor of your choice on top of Belgian waffles with honey and chocolate sauce. The waffles are of the crispy kind and not of the soft type. I'm amused by the decoration where there's three slices of apples stabbed on top of the ice cream. There's also beside it some whipped cream with a strawberry on top and some nuts for crunch. It costs RM9.90

Besides ice creams, there are also pastries available at New Zealand Natural.

There are currently 2 types of muffin available at New Zealand Natural and this one is the Triple Chocolate Muffin:
In the center, there are chocolate fillings inside it.

And the other muffin flavor is the Wild Blueberry Muffin:
It tasted more of vanilla type of flavor to me. The muffins are available at RM6 each.

At New Zealand Natural, there are also doughnuts available. This is called the Old-Fashioned Doughnuts:
This one here is customized by adding a Junior 1 Flavor scoop of ice cream on top. The doughnut costs RM2 and the 1 scoop of ice cream on top costs RM6.90 bringing a total of RM8.90.

We also tried the classic Banana Split:
Plump, juicy bananas nestled with Chocolate Ecstasy, Boysenberry Dream and Vanilla Classic ice cream flavors. The price of the Banana Split is RM19.90.

There are also cookies available:
There are 2 flavors and that is the Chunky Double Chocolate Cookie and the Oatmeal Cinnamon Raisin Cookie. I'm sure you'll be able to know which is which from the name and looks. The price of the cookies are RM4.50 each.

And finally, my favorite of the night, the Yoghurt Pudding Sundae:
I just love how the Mango Pudding tasted. The rest is just there in the mix. There's Forestberry Frozen Yoghurt in it. Costs RM11.90.

The New Zealand Natural The Curve outlet is located at:
K-G10-W Ground Floor
The Curve
6 Jalan PJU 7/3
Mutiara Damansara
47800 Petaling Jaya
Selangor


Open daily from 10am-10pm

4 comments:

Happy walker said...

yummy, i wanna do this review too~ XD

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

Well, head over and buy some then you can review the taste. :P

Arms said...

Heya, blogwalking here.

Nice pictures of dessert, man. For me, cookies seems the most interesting. Haha. I just gotta try that Chunky Double Chocolate Cookie and the Oatmeal Cinnamon Raisin Cookie combination. Eat two cookies at once haha.

However, I'm at JB and Selangor is so far. lol.

Happy Tuesday!

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

Well, if you're ever visiting around here, give it a try. :)