Maccha house is one of the famous restaurants in Singapore which offer a wide range of Maccha-based drinks and desserts on their menu. They also offer different varieties of Japanese cafe staples. They offer their items at a reasonable price, here is the list of Maccha House menus with prices:
|Teriyaki Chicken & Onsen Egg Plate||S$ 15.50|
|Unagi Toji Plate||S$ 20.90|
|Omelette Hayashi Plate||S$ 19.50|
|Yakiniku Beef Plate||S$ 17.90|
|Ginger Pork Plate||S$ 15.50|
|Grilled Salmon Plate||S$ 19.50|
|Spicy Pork Donburi||S$ 16.90|
|Kimchi Ramen Hotpot||S$ 19.90|
|Tonkotsu Ramen Special||S$ 19.90|
|Tonkotsu Ramen||S$ 17.90|
|Chicken Yuzu Cha Soba||S$ 16.90|
|Beef Cha Soba with Onsen Egg||S$ 17.90|
|Mentaiko Carbonara Udon with Onsen Egg||S$ 17.90|
|Beef Inaniwa Udon with Onsen Egg||S$ 17.90|
|Carbonara Inaniwa Udon||S$ 17.90|
|Fries with Nacho Cheese & Okonomi Sauce||S$ 6.90|
|Takoyaki with Mentai Mayo||S$ 6.90|
|Chicken Karaage||S$ 6.90|
|Shrimp Gyoza||S$ 6.90|
|Maccha Tiramisu||S$ 10.50|
|Maccha Latte||from S$ 4.90|
|Coffee||from S$ 4.90|
|Hot Cappuccino||S$ 5.90|
|Latte||from S$ 5.90|
|Maccha Kuromitsu Latte||S$ 7.90|
|Maccha Choco Latte||S$ 7.90|
|Maccha Cream Latte||S$ 6.90|
|Maccha Shiratama & Azuki Beans Latte||S$ 8.90|
Maccha House Updated Menu January 2022
Maccha House is a specialist tea house in Kyoto, they offer created matcha drinks and desserts using matcha of a famous tea company, Morbihan. Now Maccha become a brand not just in Kyoto but they also open their branches in Singapore, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
They just not become a brand on the basis of their few menu items, but they provide their customers delicious and varieties of food items to bring their customers back. Here are some pictures of Maccha Updated menu Singapore:
Maccha Lunch Set
At their Lunch set, you can order a main course and also get a free drink, also you have an option to get a dessert for an extra $5. They give you a choice to choose either a hot tea or ice maccha, both are good. Iced maccha is much better, it’s a much earthly tea with a pleasing scent, cold creamy.
These are the best choice for a simple but delicious lunch at a reasonable price. Surely you will enjoy their lunch menu.
Sampler Dessert Set
As the restaurant is famous for its dessert dish, its sampler dessert set consists of ice cream, green tea paste with azuki beans, fruit tart, and maccha chocolate cubes. Their Maccha Tiramisu is quite light and doesn’t have much taste of mascarpone cheese taste.
Other items on their dessert set are also delicious, if you visit this restaurant then we will recommend you to taste their green tea chocolate (a favorite one of Singaporeans).
Maccha doroyaki pancakes
Their Maccha Doroyaki Pancakes is also serving soft ice cream and red beans. Due to the quality of ingredients which they used in this dish the dessert is a crowd-pleaser. If you visit their cafe I would highly recommend you to take their dessert in your dish. As compared to Nana Green tea, the prices over here are more affordable and the service was also better at the PLQ outlet.
Maccha Delivery Locations
Maccha has 3 delivery locations in Singapore from where you can enjoy their meal. Here is the list of Maccha outlets in Singapore:
181 Orchard Road, #B1-44, Orchard Central
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-10pm
10 Paya Lebar Road, #02-20, PLQ Mall
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-10pm
Suntec City Mall
3 Temasek Boulevard, #B1-172, Fountain of Wealth, Suntec City Mall
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11:30am-9:30pm
The Maccha cafe was established on the concept by creative restaurant Asia Pte Ltd in July 2012 in Kyoto, Island of Honshu, Japan. Later they expand their brand and in December 2012 they opened their restaurant in Singapore. They make their name on the base of their green tea heaven for match lovers.
Now at their outlets, you can choose a wide range of their maccha based drinks as well as a dessert that they served in a little piece of Kyoto. They also serve signature items on their menu, their signature items include Maccha Parfait, Maccha Latte, and Traditional Maccha.
Covid19 forces me to stay home and order food from various food apps. It became so boring while eating the same thing over and over! Now, it is my revenge time! I am to head out to various eateries in Singapore – restaurants, cafes, bubble teas, hawker food stores… At Cafe Hopping, I blog about the menus of places to eat and drink in Singapore.