10 Taro Ball Desserts In KL That You’re Gonna Fall Taro-bly In Love With

That was a good pun, eh? Well, you’re going to be taro-bly hooked on this article too. (Okay, okay, we’ll stop.)  Everyone knows Taiwan is the land of taro balls, but Malaysia doesn’t fall short either when it comes to yummy taro flavours. Its chewy and bouncy texture has found a way to most of our hearts (and stomach!) and honestly, what’s not to love? Here is a list of 10 Taro Ball Desserts In KL and only true taro ball lovers can say they’ve tried them all.


10 Taro Balls Desserts In KL Are Calling For You

1. Snowflake Taiwanese Dessert Secrets

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The oh-so-popular Taiwanese dessert place – we wouldn’t dare exclude this from the list. It is often said that if you’ve been to Jiu Fen in Taiwan, Snowflake is the closest rendition when it comes to delicious taro balls. We recommend the Double Black Jelly which seems to be the bestseller here. Grass jelly boiled for 8 hours served with taro balls which are cooked to perfection – they are definitely bursting with flavour and great for sharing.

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Address: Level 4, Pavilion KL (outside Padini Concept Store), No. 168, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, 55100
Operating Hours : 10am-10pm. Opens daily.

2. Yam Fresh

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Your perfect weekend therapy is here! Formerly known as Meet Fresh, they have plenty of flavoured shaved ice that you can choose from which includes soya, grass jelly and matcha among others. Having said that, their taro balls are loved by many, especially at such an affordable price. This refreshing Taiwanese dessert is an excellent alternative to Snowflake if you’d like to switch things up.

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Address : 145, Jalan Rimbunan Raya 1, Laman Rimbunan, 52100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours: 12pm – 12am. Opens Daily.

3. BLACK ICE 黑冰-芋圆仙草冰

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If you’re ever in the Cheras area, be sure to check this place out. This cozy dessert shop proves to you that you can still enjoy a good bowl of desserts without feeling guilty! Their taro balls are handmade and you can rest assured that they are free from preservatives. What is more, they’re 100% vegan too. (We’ve got your back, fam.) For some matcha goodness, remember to try their bestseller – Yuzhi Matcha Ice.

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Address : Selangor, Kajang, Bandar Mahkota Cheras, Jalan Temenggung 25/9, No.10-G邮政编码: 43200
Operating Hours : Mon-Sun (Except Tues) 1pm – 11pm, Tues (Closed)

4. JayC台式手工芋圆冰 (Taiwanese Handmade Taro Ball Desserts)

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So you thought Ampang has only Yong Tau Fu and chicken to offer? Nope, the list of tasty treats is never-ending in Ampang. I present to you, Taiwanese Handmade Taro Ball Desserts! They serve homemade taro balls and do not believe in any sort of preservatives or colouring as well, which just gives us more reason to treat ourselves to a bowl. No fancy interiors, but this dessert stall is still often swarming with locals that they even have a drive-thru system. (What?!)

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Address : Ground Floor, Spectrum Shopping Mall, Jalan Wawasan Ampang 4/2, Bdr Baru Ampang
Operating Hours : Tues – Sun 11:30am – 3:30pm , Mon (Closed)


Related: Top 10 Cafe In Cheras For Cafe Hoppers

5. Let’s Joy Cafe

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Their menu seems to be endless which means there is definitely something for everyone. The perfect supper hangout spot, especially when you really need that cold dessert or ‘ tong sui’ fix. Let’s Joy Cafe has their own taro balls series and are pretty generous with serving portions relative to the amount you’re paying.

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Address : 2A & 6, Ground Floor, Jalan Kuchai Maju 9, Kuchai Entrepreneurs Park, 58200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours : Mon-Sun (except Wedn & Sat) 12pm – 12am , Wedn&Sat (Closed)


6. Grandmom Dessert

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Addictive and delicious just like grandma’s cooking. Customers who have tried this said it may very well be better than Snowflake and that explains why their desserts sell like hot cakes! With the prices being only slightly above RM6, it is not surprising that this place is always jam-packed with patrons. This cozy little shop even has a wall where you can tape your message or wishes using sticky notes. (How cute!) #iloveklfoodie maybe?

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Address : 1506, Jalan Besar, Kampung Baru Seri Kembangan, 43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor
Operating Hours : Wedn – Sun 1pm – 11pm

7. Ninth Mountain 九份山城

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Another gorgeous shop to add to your list, it’s hard to miss it with their bright white signboard. Taro balls with shaved ice, red beans and grass jelly? This is the ultimate treat to cool down with in hot weather. Save yourself a flight to Taiwan! *winks*

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Address : 89, Jalan Rimbunan Raya 1, Laman Rimbunan Kepong,Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours : Mon-Sun (except Wedn) 4pm-12am, Wedn (Closed)

Read Also: 10 Local Desserts (RM10) In KL You Must Try

8. Mystical Tea

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We know many bubble tea shops have been springing up, but Mystical Tea serves both beverages and taro ball desserts which is quite uncommon! Having recently launched their taro ball dessert last December, they certainly garnered enough attention with this Taiwanese dessert. Their Handmade Three Colour Taro Dessert has not only taro, but also purple potato and sweet potato balls – definitely sounds drool-worthy!

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Address : NO 12-G, Jalan Temenggung 25/9, Bandar Mahkota Cheras, 43200 Batu 9 Cheras, Selangor
Operating Hours : Mon-Fri 12pm-11pm, Sat-Sun 12pm-12am

9. 甜圆坊 芋圆甜品

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Freshly made taro balls daily, there are even videos of their cooking process on their Facebook page, so you can guarantee that you’ll be eating one of the best homemade taro desserts. This little comfy shop is the perfect hideaway for your catch-up sessions; get yourself a bowl of their grass jelly dessert to share (…or not).

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Address : 7, Medan Selera Lrg CP2 Tmn, Cheras Perdana, 43200 Cheras 9 Miles, Selangor
Operating hours : Mon-Fri (Except Tues) 4pm -10pm, Sat-Sun 1pm-10pm, Tues(Closed)

10. Black Ball

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Some find this amazing, some find this meh, but either way, this nationwide chain is another one of your go-to for taro balls cravings. From Golden Sweet Corn Delight to Durio Taste, taro balls are included in practically every dessert, so if their Blackball Signature is not your cup of tea (or dessert, oops), there is bound to be something up your alley.

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Address : 5F-42A, Fifth Floor, Klang Parade, No. 2112, KM2, Jalan Meru, 41050 Klang, Selangor / Sunway Velocity (BlackBall Mini)
Operating Hours : 10am – 10pm

10 Taro Balls Desserts In KL Are Calling For You

No more excuses not to try out this chewy goodness! Share your experience and let us know which is your favourite. Be sure to share this to your friends as well because hey, everyone needs a dessert buddy!

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