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Refreshing Coconut Desserts At JELLYBAR, Bercham, Ipoh

UPON REACHING HOME AFTER MY BRUNCH IN NOODLE HOUSE, my foodie friends called me to say that they were coming on the way to fetch me out again... Yay!! So happy to go out again.. more on the company than on the food actually... but this time it was not on heavy meals but just Desserts!! How joyful one can be to indulge in the sweet delights after our first meal...

Thanks to my friend's sharp eyes, the moment she read about this Jellybar in Facebook, she messaged us to go and try...... Wasting no time, she also googled for directions and the next day the three of us "landed safely" right in front of this shop in Bercham...
See this?  JELLYBAR!
hahahaha...
Upon entering, I am surprised that the layout is actually very simple...
And We are simple patrons too!!

Specialty is Jelly, of course....
I asked the price of this one... RM40 or was it RM50?
While waiting, one can always look around at these toys displayed..
Books displayed for you and me too!
True... who likes to admit their mistakes?
That's why some of us never learn...  ooppss...
GUESS which one I like Best?
Smiling one is cute too...
Or This Cool Guy??
But actually I love them all....! 
And now for the dessserts!
We eyed this the night before already.... 
Three scoops of homemade coconut ice cream...
Yam and Coconut Jelly...
One of them is FOC...
Oh, this too was complimentary... 
The lady boss wanted us to try her Durian homemade ice cream...
How did I feel????
The picture tells it all...
And how was the taste?
Finished to the brim... 
Well....
Choices might be a few...
But since they are all homemade, 
I wouldn't mind going again for those refreshing delights!

Comments

  1. All the Emoji Plush looks cute except the one with grumpy face. Now in trend people using jelly making mooncake, cake, etc..I love all the desserts you had. Feeling jealous.

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    1. Irene, I think you can do them too! Jelly quite easy.. but decorations hard la..

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  2. I want to go back again for the fragrant coconut jelly and the durian ice-cream. Thinking of them makes me drool. So when is the next trip?

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  3. your life is so happy lah.. once back home from lunch, straight away foodie kaki drop by to pick you up for desserts!! i love that, hahaha.. simple shop and simple menu, but i think those great desserts are good enough to make patrons going back huh?? i wanna try that coconut i-scream too!!

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    1. Not those creamy ones.. something different for a change...

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  4. I prefer young coconut flesh, translucent, soft.

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  5. Wah, so nice, they fetch you out again, wah, I also want leh foodie group like that.. Oooo jelly cakes with Barbie head & body, my niece had that few years ago, the head cannot be eaten, hahahaha..

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  6. What a delightful treat. You have such great friends who always on the run for food. Hahaha.

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  7. I also want foodies group, hehe... Mention about durian, i loves, i loves... hehe...

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    1. hehehe.. next time you have your own group I am sure...

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  8. Wah coconut ice cream, makes me crave for it now!

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  9. Wow! I must move to live in Ipoh. You have so many kind foodie friends who always keep you busy eating. I love that idea but I have no such friends here in KL.
    You looked so young and happy posing with the toys!

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    1. TM, see me in real and you know how I look!. hahaha

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  10. Wow, the coconut ice cream looks good served in coconut shell. So you no need to go to Sangkaya already. This one enough liao :D

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    1. I wonder how sangkaya is.. cos this one not creamy coconut ice cream...

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  11. am not a fan of desserts or jelly, but I guess kids will like this place coz have books and toys..

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