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108 Matcha Saro Menu Singapore With Prices List
From the rich and indulgent Double Chocolate & Matcha Dough to the delightful combination of Red Bean Paste with Warabi Mochi & Matcha Dough, each bite is pure bliss. With prices starting from just S$3.60, it’s an affordable treat for any matcha lover. Don’t miss out on their heavenly Matcha Custard & Original Dough too! 108 Matcha Saro is a matcha haven that guarantees a taste bud party! 🍵🍩😋
Matcha Warabi Mochi
Indulge in their delightful Matcha Warabi Mochi Cup at just S$6.40, or go for the enticing variety with the Matcha Warabi Mochi Box and Soybean Warabi Mochi Box, both priced at S$16.40. For a burst of flavors, try their Mix Warabi Mochi Box for only S$17.40.
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How many branches does 108 Matcha Saro have in Singapore?
If you’ve been wondering how many branches they have in the city, well, the answer is that they boast not one, not two, but a total of three delightful Matcha dessert shops spread across Singapore. So, if you’re a Matcha lover like me, you now know where to head to satisfy your sweet cravings! Three locations mean more chances to indulge in their delectable Matcha treats.
Who is the owner of 108 Matcha Saro in Singapore?
The proud owner of 108 Matcha Saro is none other than Masato Yamamoto, the visionary CEO and founder of this delightful establishment. He passionately emphasizes the distinction between top-notch matcha and the commonplace matcha powder found in quick-service sushi joints for DIY tea-making purposes.
Does New 108 Matcha Saro accept credit cards?
Yes! New 108 Matcha Saro accepts credit cards.
Is 108 Matcha Saro halal?
108 Matcha Saro’s halal status is a matter of debate and personal interpretation. Some believe it is halal, while others do not. It is up to each individual to decide for themselves.
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