[CLOSED] MOF

Posted on February 8, 2010 | 3 comments

I’ve been wanting to try MOF Japanese Sweets for several weeks, but couldn’t find the right time since we’re always too full after dinner to try another place for dessert (yes, we are not that young and adventurous anymore). So, I decided that we should try this place first before having dinner 😛 The place is not big, but it feels cozy. The menu ranged from Japanese dessert to gelato. They also have several selections of sandwich & bento, though I’m not sure how they’re going to prepare that in such tiny kitchen. I ordered Tonkatsu Salmon Sandwich 35K and Chocolate Gelato with waffle 29K. They have several dishes with tonkatsu in their names, but I didn’t find any sign of tonkatsu (AKA pork cutlet) in my salmon spread sandwich. Overall, the sandwich was nice. The waffle with gelato was surprisingly good. I liked the texture of the waffle that was thick but still crunchy. The dark chocolate gelato was also delicious, topped with dark chocolate bits and sliced almond. My only complaint was that the portions are too small. Overall, it was quite pricey for dessert. 🙂
MOF - Waffles with Chocolate Gelato

MOF Japanese Sweets & Coffee
Plaza Indonesia Extension L2 #E24, E24T
Jl. M.H. Thamrin Kav. 28-30
Central Jakarta
ph. +62(21) 29923545

3 Comments

  • Leony

    From your picture, I can see how small it is hahaha… I might be able to dig in into like 3 portions kali ya hahahaha… We always adore Japanese style cuteness, but when it’s too smaller, gak tega juga!

  • Daniel Prawira

    Just had lunch there recently, It turns out the tonkatsu salmon sandwich only using the tonkatsu sauce not the real tonkatsu (2bad!), the sandwiches quite nice (had tonkatsu salmon and unagi sandwich). The chicken teriyaki bento box tastes biasa aja…their matcha shakes tastes really good. I think i’ll come back only for the matcha shakes.

  • Dian

    I come to MOF almost all the times i go to Plaza Indonesia. Me & the SO (Significant Other) like the Azuki & Green Tea drinks. I like the hot/iced Green Tea Latte, plain, no whip. SO like Hot Azuki with whipped cream & Kuromitsu sauce.

    Although i come here all the time, i’ve never tried the main courses here. Paling banter we order the Fajitas (ngga nyambung & not doing any justice for the Japanese-ness of the place). But the Fajitas are quite good, especially with extra sour cream & jalapenos!

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