This is a backlogged blog entry again. I think I am still feeling hungry at this moment despite having a large bowl of salad with a soft boiled egg, topped with some KEWPIE Roasted Sesame dressing for breakfast this morning.
Some time last month, the gang and I met up for a gathering at It’s A Grind, Citis Square. After leaving the cafe, I got them to try some Bungeoppang from Bung’eo with me. I had been intrigued to try out the Taiyaki alike dessert from Korea as I did not get to try Taiyaki while in Tokyo last September. I only got to know that food varieties are better in Osaka and Kyoto than Tokyo. So, I told myself that I will return to Osaka and Kyoto one day.
Chatime is no longer available in Malaysia and rebranded as Tealive some time last month. However, Chatime is still available in Brunei. So, I am guessing that Chatime in Brunei and Malaysia were previously under different Master Franchise management?
Bungeoppang | B$3.00
Bung’eo is selling their Bungeoppang at 3 for B$3. There are three different types of fillings that you could choose from – Nutella, custard and red bean. I went for red bean as it seems classic and right to do so.
The filling was generous enough for my liking despite being sweet. They used commercially sold red bean paste in the supermarket instead of homemaking them. The texture was done just right with a slightly chewy texture. They are best eaten when freshly out from the Taiyaki machine.
Unit 28, Ground Floor,
Kampung Jaya Setia,
Negara Brunei Darussalam