When you come to Yongan Shopping District, the first thing you think about would probably be snacks at the local market. But there’s actually tons of interesting shops and cafes here, too! Whether you’re looking for hipster cafes, pretty Instagram-worthy cafes, or cute ones… the Yongan shopping area can satisfy all kinds of needs. Today, Nius-editors would like to introduce 4 popular shops highly recommended by girls. These stores are bound to ignite the girly-heart in you!
海是甜的 Honey Ocean
The first shop we’re introducing has a really interesting name. Because the owner puts great emphasis on issues about pollution and ocean environmental protection, the store name and the food in the shop all have an “ocean” theme. The store sells both sweet and savory food but their signature sweets all look like sea critters, such as “the Resurrected Giant,” “the Garden Eel,” “Hermit Crab”... A feast for both the eyes and palate!
“Sense” is a cafe within a 3 minute walk from Yongan MRT station. The front door is decorated with a woodland theme, making it hard for girls not to snap a few pictures here. (lol) Not only is the pour-over coffee greatly recommended, the meal sets are also awesome. A great place for a hearty and filling meal.
Now we’re heading to a brunch joint that all Shiba-lovers must visit: “Mozamoza”! Filled to the brim with all sorts of cute and cuddly Shiba decorations, even their Signature Bread Rolls and Matcha Ice have cute dog paws on them. Their logo is a Shiba, too! You can’t get more comforting than that~They also have a vending machine at the door that sells matcha tea or roasted oolong tea.
Last but not least, let’s end with a cup of creamy, fragrant soy milk! The interior of this store is very clean and fresh. Their main products are healthy handmade soy products. But, contrary to what you may think of simple soy milk, they also combine it with seasonal fruits and create beautiful soy smoothies--a girl’s all time favorite! These soy milk products are both yummy and filling!
Out of these 4 must-try stores that Nius-editors have carefully selected for you, which one do you want to try the most?