Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Soyya Softserve Cone

Soyya Softserve Cone at MYR 7.50 nett. This is dairy-free (unknown left a comment saying that it is not dairy-free so I have to ask the Soyya staff next time and update here with their reply) but my friend says that it tastes of milk and butter so this is not for those who cannot stand the taste of dairy products. I wonder why they tweaked the taste to be like dairy when they are dairy-free. I prefer that there is no dairy taste for soy softserve so I don't think I will eat this Soyya softserve again.

Price is MYR 7.50 nett.

Collection counter.

Soyya next to Isaac Toast (Gardens Mall). Soyya which sells a variety of soy based drinks took over the space that used to be occupied by a Juice operator. It has a small dining area next to it which I utilised while eating the soy soft serve.

Soyya kiosk even installed these three futuristic looking three cylinders filled with soy beans with back lighting as decorations to attract customers.

18 comments:

  1. I wonder if dairy free ice cream taste nice or not.

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    1. it is made from soy so have you eaten soy ice cream? That is how it tastes like. Mr. Bean soya ice cream is famous in Sg, right? have you tried it?

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    2. I mean it is how soy ice cream should taste like - soya taste. shouldn't taste like dairy products.

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  2. I would love to try this Soyya Softserve Cone which has buttery and milky tastes! I know I will like it.

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  3. Hmm. Dairy-free but still taste like dairy. I never try soy ice-cream before, so I dont know how it tasted like and be judge to it.

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    1. Kuching should have cos soy products are popular now for vegetarians who want to eat ice cream but cannot eat dairy products. else next time you visit kl you can try soy softserve in kl.

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  4. I guess it is kinda like the impossible burger. No meat but wanna make it taste like meat?

    By the way, hola! Long time no see! :P

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    1. hahaha, you got that right! wow! you are back! after so so long!

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    2. are you going to write in your blog again?

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    1. very true. must be costly to make soy tastes like dairy products.

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  6. I love soya bean milk, I love tofu fa, I am sure I would love this too!!!

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    1. I guess you will since you are ok with dairy taste too.

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  7. I'd rather have the "usual" ones. Not a big fan of substitutes.

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    1. guess this is for vegans and people who like to eat soy products.

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