Malt Kurumi Pan
The Malt Kurumi Pan is the #2 bestseller at Gokoku Japanese Bakery. This is a hearty bun made with high fibre ingredients like malt, oatmeal, soybeans and walnuts. This bun is soft yet firm with some crunchiness from the added nuts and grains. It has a slight sweet taste. It is a good choice. Recommended.
Gokoku Japanese Bakery sells 2 types of coronets. The regular ones with custard whipped cream filling and chocolatey ones with couverture chocolate custard cream filling.
Both has a light and airy pastry puff that is dusted with sugar powder. The chocolate flavoured coronet has cocoa added to its puff giving it a dark hue. The regular jumbo coronet has a nice sweet taste and isn’t overly sweet, and the chocolate coronet has a rich chocolatey taste with light bitterness.
Both are tasty, though I like the regular coronet more. Thumbs up for this.
This cheesecake croissant has a soft cheesecake with sour cream core sitting in a croissant cup. The croissant crust has a chewy texture but is unfortunately soft and no longer crispy. The cheesecake filling is soft and light cheesy flavours with a tint of sweetness. This one is just decent.
This bacon danish has pork belly bacon and cheese wrapped in a danish dough, topped with cheese and baked to a nice crisp. Its dough is soft and nice crispy flaky and its cheese topping is melted to a nice crisp. Savoury bacon bits and soft melted cheese inside. This bacon danish is good! I like it.
This danish is literally filled with lots of chocolate and topped with crispy almond slices. It has a soft chocolate filling with a crispy chocolate coating. The danish is soft and chewy with slightly crispy and flaky sides. This is definitely a nice chocolatey treat.
Apple & Caramel Kouign-amann
This round crispy puff pastry contains fuji apple slices and caramel. The puff is crispy outside with a nice sweet and caramelised chewy stickness, topped with crispy almond slices. The insides are soft and fluffy with crunchy sweet fuji apple filling. This is so good…. Highly recommended.
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