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Dezato's Mochi Balls



The store is located in Hemady cor E.Rod in Quezon City, it's walking distance from MacDonalds. Actually, I haven't been there yet because we don't frequent the area, not to mention the street is one-way. Luckily, they joined the dessert bazaar in Powerplant Mall.



Four pieces of assorted mochi costs P60. Not bad. Tastes like the bilo-bilo from our local ginataan except that mochi is either rolled into chocolate or nuts and sometimes it even has a filling. It's not too sweet either so great for the diet conscious.

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