12:00 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 23:00
Open Till Late
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Du Du is similar to Ah Chew, Ji De Chi and the like as it offers a variety of chinese desserts; they have mango desserts as well as other traditional desserts. I have tried their mango dessert previously, and this time I got the chilled steamed egg dessert. It was not bad and not too sweet, tastes a little milky but not too sticky such that it's difficult to swallow. Quite a tiny bowl for $2.80 though. continue reading
Full review and pictures at: http://rygohxx.blogspot.sg/2013/06/du-du-dessert-chinatown.htmlNestled in a shop house on 20 Trengganu Street, #01-01G, 嘟嘟甜品 Dudu Dessert is quite a small dessert shop that serves an extensive desserts. However, a pity that some of the desserts that we wanted are unavailable. The desserts are priced reasonable around $5 and they even serves fruit juices and pancakes as well. Mango Mini Mochi Heard from the boss that Mango Mini Mochi is one of the top seller dessert in their shop and indeed it's my favourite too. The slightly crunchy mango ice blended together with the chewy mini glutinous rice balls as well as cubes of mango made up a very pleasant dessert. Oh yah! Not forgetting the ice cream plays a part as well. DurianDurian - my favourite. If you were to give me everything with it, I will definitely smile happily to you. Plus point for the shaved ice is the additional of the vanilla which makes it tastes so differently. Mango Pancake Mango Pancake turned out to be quite disappointing as the mango skin was a little too thick for my preference. However, the only noteworthy component would be the sweet mango. It would be perfect if the middle portion of the cream to be replaced with vanilla ice cream. continue reading