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Get your Sweet Fix at Suito

Calling all sweet potato lovers! 

Suito is here in town only with one mission: to satisfy those sweet cravings.

According to its founders, Hinz Jospher and Denley Sondre, Suito means “sweetness” in Japanese, which accurately depicts its products. 

Serving you the popular street snack, they have added a tasty spin on the popular fried sweet potato balls. 

For starters, they serve them in five interesting flavours, namely Belgian chocolate, Purple (purple sweet potato balls), Golden (original), Black Sesame and Matcha. If you are the kind of person who waffles on choices and cannot decide what to pick, fret not as you can go for their mixed box and try all of them for RM7. 

All the balls are also fried on the spot upon orders to ensure the freshness of their taste. 

Purple and original are priced at RM5, while Black Sesame and Matcha are RM6 and Belgian Chocolate is RM7. 

Denley highlighted that the types of ingredients used for the products are very important as it will affect the taste of the sweet potato balls. 

He figured that using just chocolate would not make their products special. “We realise that using ordinary chocolate is too common and since we always emphasise on promoting premium quality and ingredients, hence why we choose Belgian chocolate,” he said. 

All the ingredients are natural (and vegan) with no additional flavouring and colouring. This makes the traditional Taiwanese snack kid and senior-friendly, perfect as a treat to share with the whole family. 

There’s no need to worry about getting a sugar rush or an insulin spike either, as the sugar mainly comes from the sweet potato itself. 

Hailing from Taiping, Hinz said he had a change in his career when he developed a passion for the F&B business.

This MCO-inspired innovation has led the two founders to success. Suito first opened its doors in Taiping just eight months ago. And now there are 18 outlets around Malaysia, with seven in Perak. 

We are expecting to see more stores in the country. The sweetness is spreading fast!

“A ‘trend’ won’t bring you far because you would eventually fall off the wagon. Therefore, our goal is very simple: we want to deliver the best quality food to our customers. 

“People seek a healthier lifestyle and many are embracing premium quality food which encourages us to also go healthy,” Hinz explained. 

The pop-up stores in Perak are situated at Prima Kopitiam and Food Avenue, Taiping, YC Vege Life Cafe Ipoh New Town, Pusat Makanan Yew Foo Seri Botani, Restoran Hou Tack Foo Menglembu, Kafe Fooh Singh East Garden and Heritage Town Cafe, Gopeng. 

Check out their Facebook page for more updates. 

Gisele Soo


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