Haikara Style Cafe & Bakery @ Subang Jaya

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When we saw this sitting on the counter, we just had to take a closer look.

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It’s Japanese green tea bread! (RM8.80)

If you want to buy excellent, fluffy, hot out-of-the-oven green tea bread + sweet bean, Haikara-Style Bakery is just the place to get it!

Although on the expensive side for bread, it is truly worth every cent. The taste and texture is out of this world. A chewy, crusty baked outer with a soft, pillowy center.. it really is marvelous having this with coffee for breakfast. Biting into one of the beans will give you a nice, sweet kick! We bought one, to go. Don’t forget to ask them to slice it up for you.

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Chairman Mao having some sweet starters before lunch.
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Chairman Mao eating his apple pie (RM3.80)
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Lunch was the Rokomoko -RM20.00 (burger minus the buns, on rice)
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…and steak with rice (RM27.00)

Both we mild tasting and had a really healthy feel to it. It must have been low in salt and artificial additives because it didn’t leave you feeling dizzy or thirsty at all.

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Coffee here packs a punch. High quality coffee should not be bitter even when drunk black. I normally take mine without sugar anyway, but with a lot of milk.
The coffee here is excellent. I had a mild buzz for the next 2 hours ;)
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You really feel like you are dining in an authentic, fashionable, ‘high-collar’ (which incidentally is the meaning of the word Haikara) Japanese environment when you look around and see the pretty, meticulously neat Japanese ladies who manage the place.
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I think that guy is Korean… Sorry, checked with Cumi.. Japanese guy ;)

Add: Haikara-Style Cafe & Bakery
E-Tiara Service Apartments
GF Jln SS16/1,
Subang Jayan

Tel :603 5630 0743

Bread:8/10

Food:7/10

Service:8/10

Ambiance:7/10

Comments

  1. from the picture, the bread look like a basket… haha

  2. Whoaaa.. Japanese green tea bread! yummm…

    I think the guy looks more like Japanese than Korean… cute though, hehehe…

  3. thule a.k.a leo says:

    my gosh… I didn’t realise that there are so many nice and yummy stuff there… made me regret for having only drinks at the Japanese outlet… sigh!!!
    Now… I’ll be there for lunch… empty stomach :)

  4. repeated poisons from masak-masak n jasmine, and now you …
    got me salivating now …

    like the burger with rice … and egg. slurpilicious.

  5. "Joe" who is constantly craving says:

    when did a korean come into the picture in a place serving japanese food?? hahaha

    steak with rice? wow thats a first la..

  6. CUMI & CIKI says:

    ken:
    or a tube!

    selba:
    yup yup.. my mistake:P

    thule:
    good idea

    j2kfm:
    yeap.. egg, rice,steak,bread .. the works

    joe:
    aiiyo.. i thot i heard him say something that didn’t sound japanese.. but double checking with Cumi.. i guess he is la.. BUT this place also got Korean Clientele wat…

  7. 550ml jar of faith says:

    Nihonjins can do no wrong, taste or looks wise! I am suffering from a serious bout of ethnic envy I think…

  8. worldwindows says:

    The exterior looks like a plaster! So fluffy and exactly how a loaf of bread shd look like?

  9. FAB!!! I dunno how you find all these kewwwwl places :-)

  10. lol Chairman Mao.. that’s a cute T shirt. Sorry but the pretty lady kinda distracted my attention from the food.. excuse me while I take another look again

  11. lol Chairman Mao, cute T shirt! Sorry the pretty lady in blue kinda distracted my attention from the food. Ahem, excuse me while I take another look again lol

  12. Nic (KHKL) says:

    ohhhh! japanese hamburger steak..with a nice sweet/savoury sauce. good stuff!

    looks like there’s another japanese bakery in town besides sun moulin and that one at pavilion. alright!! ;)

  13. I wanna go! But I’m sure I will be lost in Subang… :(

  14. CUMI & CIKI says:

    faith:
    lol.. so u dig japanese guys huh? ;)

    ww:
    agree

    jules:
    read it on masak-masak’s site actually

    vkeong:
    lol.. another person who likes the Japanese look ;)

    nic:
    yesh

    jason:
    it’s easy really. Right after subang parade, next to carrefour… further along.. you will see new apartments. That’s where it is

  15. mimid3vils says:

    The boss (Korean/Jap man) look cool huh :P

  16. CUMI & CIKI says:

    mimi:
    japanese!

  17. Oooooo….. thx for the review! I’ll definitely try it out. (esp the cofeee and the Green Tea bread) I just popped in once to have a quick look, but walked away as I thought it was quite overpriced for a normal neighbourhood bakery.

  18. fatboybakes says:

    dang! just cant keep up….so many places to go. bread looks yummy! cheap hor, the apple pie. good ah?

  19. looks pretty good but not too sure whereabouts in SJ is this..:(

  20. CUMI & CIKI says:

    Adrine:
    It’s not the cheapest of bakeries.. but the quality is really good!

    fbb:
    apple pie was so-so. Could have done with more cinnamon

    sc:
    Right after subang parade, next to carrefour… further along.. you will see new apartments. That’s where it is

  21. Big Boys Oven says:

    looks light, something neat too! cool!

  22. hey. what is the meat of ‘RokoMoko’???/ Is it beef, mutton or chicken????
    pls reply…

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