Say Chiizu also insists on using ingredients with no additives or preservatives. Each flavor is differentiated by the milk bread’s flavor – chocolate, original or charcoal. Taste wise, the cheese at Say Chiizu has a more distinct sweet than savory flavor.
The signature oozy filling is made from mozzarella and an undisclosed blend of other cheeses in a plant in Thailand and imported over. The palm-sized Hokkaido milk toast, oven toasted then griddled with butter on a hot pan a la minute…
Even though we’re only three weeks into the new year, it seems like there’s already a new food trend to jump on. Gone are the days of queuing for cheese tea and raclette cheese. That was so last year. Cheese toasts are the new ‘in thing’ you have to try.
The Hokkaido milk toasts came fresh from a hot pan, with the cheese filling spilling out from the top and the back. It looked like each of the thick toast was sliced open from the top, and stuffed full to the brim with cheese that were made with one purpose in mind – to melt.
So it’s not a stretch to say that Say Chiizu is pulling in all the cheese lovers with its stretchy Hokkaido-style cheese toast. It’s made with a blend of fresh cheeses for the optimum ‘cheese-pull’, sandwiched between crisp slices of milk toast and wrapped in a cutesy sunny yellow bear sleeve for the ultimate cheesy experience.
Say Chiizu’s famous cheese is whipped with specially imported Japanese milk, mixed with a blend of fresh cheese such as mozarella to create the perfect texture for that stretchy ‘cheese-pull’ the brand’s known for.
Its cheese is made on the company’s own farm in Thailand which has cows and machinery imported from Japan, hence its main product being called Hokkaido cheese toast. Its special formula combines three types of cheese to produce its special taste and super-stretchable texture.
It is then mixed with a blend of fresh cheeses such as mozzarella to create the optimum texture for that unmistakable ‘cheese-pull’, while staying true to the brand’s emphasis on using ingredients with no additives or preservatives.
Yet another franchise brought in by actor Nat Ho, Say Chiizu specialises in super stretchy Toast ($3.80) made with cheese from Hokkaido in 4 different flavours of Original, Charcoal, Chocolate, and Strawberry.