Do you know Parfait means Perfect in French? And that Nov 25 is National Parfait Day? Well we do have another 7 months to go but I believe in celebrating early. Plus the weather's been so nice lately in Seattle so it'd probably be a crime not going out and treating yourself with a little something sweet.
The place I went to is 🏠 Nana's Green Tea and I ordered their 🍵 Matcha Mochi Parfait. The price is $10 ish. I overheard that they actually harvest green tea from its own tea plantations in Kyoto and has more than 80 shops in Japan. That explains why I could tell that their matcha powder is authentic from its slight bitterness (in a good way). If you are not a fan for the bitterness in dessert, don't worry because the other ingredients perfectly balanced it out: ice cream, corn flakes, adzuki bean (red bean) paste, and jiggly cubes of mochi. I really love the crunchy flakes, which adds a nice touch of it. If you haven't tried yet you should definitely. I was still thinking about it hours after I had. Some of the other good stuff they have: 🍵 Matcha Frappe w/ Mochi 🍵 Matcha Soda 🍵 Matcha Americano 🍵 Matcha Cream Latte 📍 1007 Stewart St Ste 103 Seattle, WA 98101 This place has always been popular. Before COVID there was absolutely zero parking if you went during busiy hours. It's not as bad right now, so it's the best time to go!