A crispy puff pastry is the latest Japanese food concept to dominate Australia, after a new specialty restaurant called 'PAFU' announced its launch in Melbourne’s QV.
The Japanese Pafu was inspired by the French apple turnover and features fresh Fiji apples, and a creamy custard filling. Most Japanese snacks prioritize texture, and the Pafu is no exception, offering diners a crispy pastry that's been puffed and fluffed to perfection. All of the ingredients used at PAFU are locally sourced, making for the freshest sweet treat for those living down under to discover.
This restaurant concept comes from the owners who introduced Australia to the Japanese dessert 'Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart' with a restaurant of an eponymous name.
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