Waffuru5 Dessert House @ Taman Paramount, PJ: Creative Waffle Bowls

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What's your favourite when it comes to waffles? Are you a simple waffles and honey or maple syrup person? Maybe waffles with ice cream? Or savoury waffles are your go-to? I love waffles, be it sweet or savoury. And few weeks ago, I discovered a new waffle place at Taman Paramount - Waffuru5 Dessert House.

Driving around Taman Paramount, it is very hard not to notice the pink-coloured number 5. Waffuru5 has a very simple interior, and all of their tables and chairs can be moved or dismantled in order to fit bigger crowd for events purposes.

Flipping through their menu, they have quite a varieties of waffles (we were told they will be expanding their menu in the near future).

Charcoal & Cheese Jr (RM 15). Charcoal cheese waffle with Parmesan cheese gelato topped with roasted nuts, wild berries and maple syrup. The waffle is light and crispy, and the savoury-sweet Parmesan cheese gelato tasted surprisingly good.

To give the dish a bit more sweetness, drizzled some maple syrup according to your liking.

Introducing Waffuru5 signature - The Waffle Bowl! The waffle bowls are made using yeast, hence the texture is a bit tougher than usual. The bowls come with different combinations, and each combination has been thought out carefully to ensure it delivers bold flavours, incredible texture and unique memorable experience.

Strawberry Cheesecake (RM 20). Red velvet waffles bowl filled with baked cheese cake bar, strawberry cheese gelato with assorted berries, covered in strawberry sauce. Isn't this a pretty looking bowl of waffle? I was quite worry that it might be to heavy or sweet due to the cheesecake and ice cream, but it turned out to be a bowl of light dessert. I'd definitely recommend this to anyone without a sweet tooth.

Green Tea & Mochi (RM 20). Green tea waffle bowl, green tea mochi with red bean paste garnished with nut bread, green tea gelato and wasabi gelato. If tangy berries are not your favourite, how about a bowl of moist, chocolaty brownies with soft and springy mochi and rich green tea gelato? Personally, I like the small kernel of wasabi gelato that added a hint of savouriness to the dessert.

Egg Mayo with Ham (RM 11). Apart from sweet waffles, Waffuru5 serves savoury options too. The Egg Mayo with Ham comes with a choice of original milk waffle or toast, served with cheese, creamy homemade egg mayo & ham, garnished with bonito flakes. Compared to the sweet version, the savoury waffles have a fluffier texture.

Cheesecake. The cheesecake at Waffuru5 is rich and creamy, and I like the crispy texture of the thin layer of hard caramel on top of the cake.

Chocolate Mud Cake. Chocolate lovers, you can't go wrong with a slice of rich and moist chocolaty mud cake at Waffuru5.

Matcha Latte - Hot (RM 12).

Matcha Latte - Cold (RM 14). The green tea latte is smooth and creamy but I would preferred the green tea flavours to be slightly stronger.

Hojicha Latte - Hot (RM 12) | Cold (RM 14).

Hot Chocolate. A glass of Hot Chocolate for non coffee or tea drinkers.

Waffuru5 Dessert House has only been operating for less than 2 months and there are still rooms for improvement. We had a chat with the owner and were told they are still in the midst of both tweaking and expanding their menu. I would definitely be back again at Waffuru5 not only for their waffles, but to try their fermented coffee! Yes, they have fermented coffee!!!

To know more about Waffuru5 Dessert House, do check out their Facebook and Instagram.

Address: 5, Jalan 20/14, Taman Paramount, 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Operation Hours: 3pm to 11pm (Monday to Thursday) | 3pm to 12am (Friday) | 12pm to 12am (Saturday & Sunday)
Contact: +6018 668 4084

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