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Say Chiizu !!!!! in Siem Reap

If you are a cheese-lover, you will easily fall in-love with Say Chiizu because of their Hokkaido Cheese Toast. And from only a few stalls in Bangkok, the brand has now expanded to several countries and has recently landed in Manila.


I first had a bite of this famous Hokkaido Cheese Toast when my friends and I went to Bangkok last 2017. We found the Say Chiizu stall in Siam Paragon Mall. We had the Hokkaido Cheese Toast and it was quite good and it's quite fun to pull the soft cheese.

Then there's also a Say Chiizu stall in Pub Street, Siem Reap. This is where I had the equally popular Matcha Cheese Toast. Expert tip: don't taking too much photos because the cheese will get cold. It taste better if it is still hot/warm, and with a glass of cold milk! Hahaha, no milk in Pub Street though.


We're surprised to find Say Chiizu in Pub Street but it was a welcome sight especially if one is at a loss on what to eat. There's a line at Say Chiizu when we went there, I guess it is always safe to order a cheese sandwich. ;)


So now there's a Say Chiizu in Manila but I have yet to try it. Hopefully soon! Say Cheese!!!

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