TOKYO SECRET’S Syukurimu and Coffee Review

TOKYO SECRET’S Syukurimu and Coffee Review

Two years ago, TOKYO SECRET opened their first outlet in Malaysia and we went to check out their popular Japanese baked melting Hanjuku cheese tarts. Last year, they opened their first fusion restaurant in Mid Valley. Recently, they introduced Syukurimu and coffee in their menu. TOKYO SECRET has evolved from Japanese cheese tart company to offer more variety of food and drinks.

What is Syukurimu?

Syukurimu (‘シュークリーム’, is classified into sweets), is known as Cream Puff pastry in English, and 泡芙 (Pào fú) in Chinese. You can watch the video to know more about it and also our honest review.

Syukurimu looks like a stick covered with crunched almond and there is custard cream in the middle. What we love about this is the different layers of texture you can taste. The crispy texture on the outer layer and the soft creamy inner layer.


What we like about Syukurimu is it is not too sweet. In fact, some might find the flavour a bit subtle but we think it is at the right taste. The shape of this reminds me of churros but this taste different than churros though.

Syukurimu is something you should try and taste and do let us know what you think about it. They also sell cookies and other different types of pastries in TOKYO SECRET.

Not forgetting, they offer coffee in their drinks menu. Their  Primo QuaDro coffee is from Brazil Mountain Mogiana, Ethiopia Yirgacheffe, Papua New Guinea Sigri and Indonesia Sumatra Putri Supinsur. The blend exhibits an exquisite aroma of nuts and spices with a creamy mouthfeel. The tasting notes includes medium body of dark cocoa, liquorice and a refined citrus acidity with a salted caramel.

These are high premium quality from different regions of the world. If you are a coffee lover, you might consider visiting TOKYO SECRET for their coffee.

Check out Syukurimu and the premium coffee at TOKYO SECRET outlets now.



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