New restaurants, new pop-ups, we love it all. If you agree and are looking to eat something new and unique this weekend, be sure to check out milk & mochi. The pop-up describes itself as “Desserts that are a bit Asian & a bit Western” and here’s what you can expect.
The pop-up bakery is both Asian and women-owned by two sisters named Hannah and Nancy. The duo started the pop-up to create treats that represented them. As Asian Americans, they have combined the lightness of Asian desserts with western flavor combos leaving customers with a delicious array of options.
Your main two offerings are cream puffs and cake slices, yum!
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We don’t blame you if you’re already excited to try, the good news is that there’s actually a pop-up happening this weekend and more in the future. Some of the flavors offered include Miso Caramel Apple, Maple Hojicha, Kinako Red Bean, and Kabocha Pumpkin Spice. A recent Instagram post also mentioned an appearance of Hojicha Hazelnut Cake at this weekend’s pop-up.
Now you know the deal with pop-ups, pre-order is always the best for ensuring you get exactly what you want. Pre-orders for the pop-up this weekend open on October 19th at 12 PM. If you do miss it, there will be limited walk-up treats available. In the meantime, check out the milk & mochi Instagram for more details.
milk & mochi
When: October 22nd
Where: 6973 Coal Creek Pkwy SE, Newcastle, WA
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