August 17, 2011

Choco Kingdom in Miri

If you enjoy shopping in Bintang Mall in Miri you can be tempted by many new food and snack. In keeping up the global standards Miss Hani and Miss Olivia operate a very Japanese like stall offering strawberries and other fruits coated with chocolate!!

How is this done? You have to go and see for yourself. The food is freshly prepared and sometimes on the spot for you.

The idea of the business is very refreshing. And with a small fridge hidden under the counters you can be assured that the seasonal fruits are all very clean and fresh.

The one person operated stall with a choco fondue fountain is the only one in town!!

chocolate lovers would love the products of Choco Kingdom. And parents should really introduce this product because it is a good way of getting their children to love fruits more.

Marshmallows which could be given a chocolate dressing.
Pretty gift packaging...
Weekends you can buy home made cup cakes of the best quality.
Fresh strawberries coated with chocolate are the main attractions during the right season!!
If you want some fun food and wish to make your children happy....give them lots of fruits with some chocolate coating....Go also to see the chocolate fondue fountain...your kids would love to look at it too.....

Love is a chocolate coated strawberry......or a marshmallow coated with chocolate!!

5 comments:

Ann said...

how much does the proprietor charge for you to eat at his choco fountain.

About 10 years ago, they started in Shangrila in Singapore and was quite a novelty.

Sarawakiana@2 said...

I do get some freebies....from her (not HIM)...I normally do some promo for my fellow women who start businesses....

Yes it is a novelty here...

yeeepinh said...

Can the fountain be rented for cocktail party?

yeeepinh said...

If yes, who do i contact?

yeeepinh said...

Can the fountain be rented for cocktail party?

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