A popular Asian dessert and tea chain with over 650 places worldwide has made its Michigan debut in East Lansing.
Meet Fresh was founded in Taichung, Taiwan, in 2007. It serves grass jelly, taro balls, and traditional tofu pudding alongside mochi and shaved ice. Allen Zhu, vice chairman of Meet Fresh East Lansing, stated it had become time to convey true t serves grass jelly, taro balls, and traditional tofu pudding alongside mochi and shaved ice.
Asian cakes to Lansing.
“Everyone preferred this restaurant developing up. We got here with the idea to open up inside the Lansing region because it is a developing market with global students and a diverse network,” Zhu stated.
While running the enterprise, Zhu is pursuing a finance diploma just 10 minutes away at Michigan State University.
For inexperienced persons to Taiwanese desserts, there may be a pinnacle-5 section on the menu to strive for. To save the essence of the dessert, Zhu recommends the “Icy Taro #4” bowl.
The dessert has shaved ice drizzled with sweetened milk and candy potato taro balls, grass jelly, and sweet purple beans. Grass jelly is made by boiling the leaves of the platostoma palustre plant, a member of the mint family, with potassium carbonate and then cooling the mixture until it reaches an elastic consistency.