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Telephone
6752 2123
Introduction
Delisnacks is the largest manufacturer of You Tiao in Singapore. Being the pioneer in its industry and a firm believer in innovation, the company constantly engages in the research and development of new food products with strategic partners to introduce to the market. Its products are manufactured under stringent food safety and hygiene standards. Delisnacks products are HACCP certified. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
04:30 - 15:00
Mon - Sun
04:30 - 15:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Restaurant Website
http://www.delisnacks.com/
Review (3)
Level4 2013-12-18
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I came across Delisnacks and noticed that they selling hot desserts beside selling fried fritters as their main business. I was a little surprised and went to find out more. They are actually offering 3 kinds of hot desserts, namely Tau Suan (Spilt Beans), Bubur Hitam (black glutinous rice porridge) and Bubur Terigu (Wheat Dessert).Agreed to adding coconut milk to my bowl of Bubur Terigu for additional taste. The lady scooped the wheat dessert from the cooker which was installed near the entrance of the stall and poured some coconut milk directly from a pack. I thought it was quite an unusual scene.The bowl of wheat dessert was semi sweet and tasted quite well. Its starch was consistent in the mixture. What's good is that for take away, there are no additional cost incurred. Cost: $1.50 / bowl (Dine In and Takeaway) continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-03
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I like to patronize this stall for breakfast. Their food were freshly fried and not oily. Today, I had the salted bun and it had a nice "swirl" design on it. Sometimes, I will also order their "you tiao". These are the 2 very popular options for breakfast and their "butterfly" bun is also not bad, very crispy and also not very oily. Thus, lesser sense of guilt eating them. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-31
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After lunch with my son, we decided to share a butterfly bun. I wanted a you tiao initially but it has already sold out. It has got a light and fluffy texture. It did not taste too oily despite being deep-fried. The sesame seeds added flavor to the butterfly bun. It was hot when i got it. And, it tasted really good. The taste might be compromised after it turned cold. This snack is good for breakfast too. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)