Salon de Royal Kyoto sets foot for the first time overseas in Singapore: Chocolate fit for royalty

Salon de Royal Kyoto

Do you like to eat Chocolates?

Good News! Chocolates fans! Salon de Royal Kyoto, a chocolatier café in Kyoto, will set foot for the first time overseas, and they have chosen Singapore as their first step.

Salon de Royal Kyoto, as an age old chocolate house from the early Showa period, the café prides itself on its long history and tradition of making Japanese chocolate. What sets Salon de Royal’s chocolates apart is how they shine like jewels, and giving them a luxurious feel. Hmm … 

Chef Hiroyuki Emori

Chef Hiroyuki Emori, who is Salon de Royal Kyoto’s official advisor graced the opening event in Singapore to media and invited guests with a special ice-­cream show on 18 April. He will also be doing a similar demonstration on the 19 April to the public. This is an unique dessert demonstration being done for the first time ever. Chef Emori studied under the direct mentorship of Franck Fresson, award-­winning Meilleur Ouvrier de France, in Pâtisserie FRESSON in France, and has won many awards at global tournaments, giving him worldwide recognition. 

Chef Emori will return to Japan after 19 April, five patissiers from the café in Kyoto will stay on for the entire promotional period to give demonstrations to the public at five different timings every day until the end of May. Viewers will get to see the techniques that go into making these popular Japanese chocolates known for their beautiful coatings, and even get to taste them for free.

Salon de Royal Kyoto Chocolates

From 18 April till the end of May 2017, Salon de Royal Kyoto’s chocolates and sweets will be made available to the public as a pop-­up shop at Japan Food Town, level 4 of Wisma Atria.

Chocolates only available at the café in Kyoto will be on sale. One of the highlights of this campaign is a limited edition ice cream created especially for Singapore which is a pecan nut flavoured ice cream with a hint of Kinako (soybean powder), all packed into a Monaka wafer.

The pecan nut is the signature ingredient of Salon de Royal, and they use up to 1/3 of all pecan nuts produced in Japan. Chocolates range from $12.00 to $200.00.

Salon de Royal Kyoto Pecan nut choco

Salon de Royal Kyoto Pecan Nut Choco

Chocolates on sale:

-­‐ A pecan nut flavoured ice cream with a hint of Kinako (soybean powder), all packed into a Monaka wafer.

-­‐ The chocolate bon bon, often referred to as the king of chocolate. It is packed in traditional “Japanese lacquer” craft boxes or served in Matcha bowls.

-­‐ Salon de Royal Kyoto café’s most popular chocolate, the pecan nut chocolate, and other variations of the chocolate with flavours like Matcha, Caramel, Coco, Sesame, Strawberry and more. 

Visit Salon de Royal Kyoto from 18 April onwards till end of May at Japan Food Town, level 4 of Wisma Atria to indulge chocolates fit for royalty!

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