Kozui Green Tea's nice, quaint interiors
Turns out Kozui is a Japanese cafe, with their menu incorporating green tea in one way or another. The interior was bright and clean, with a muted green and white color scheme. A large photo and paint montage that extends to the ceiling can be seen on one wall, and the entire ambience gives off a cozy, quaint vibe.
Looking up towards the ceiling
While some of their dishes include typical Japanese fare like takoyaki, soba, and tempura, most of their items are unique, with a large selection of Green Tea lattes and blended drinks. My niece Bea tried out their takoyaki, and I had some Green Tea Ice Cream, which is actually more like Green Tea Softserve Ice Cream, but it was cool and refreshing just the same.
My sister Ella tried out their Anmitsu, which is somewhat like our local Halo-halo. It consisted of shaved ice with green tea jelly, large dango balls (similar to sago), taro jam, beans, and an ice cream flavor of your choice.
Kozui's yummy Anmitsu
There was more, like their brilliant green-colored Tiramisu, or Tearamisu, and some other nice-looking pastries, but I was already too full from our lunch that I couldn't take another bite. One thing's for sure though, a return visit to Kozui Green Tea is definitely in order.