Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert serves a variety of Hong Kong style desserts, such as the Sheng Kee Mango Pomelo. There is also a selection of Hong Kong noodles, rice and snacks such as HK Wanton Noodle, Braised Pork Belly with Mui Choy Rice and Carrot Cake. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Almond Sesame Paste Mango Pomelo Sago Mango Pudding Osmanthus Jelly
Review (4)
Level4 2013-11-29
Looking at the November 2013 flyer published by Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert I was tempted to try the Jack Fruit Roll with Special Egg while shopping at Chinatown Point.At the same time, since I need a drink to quench my thirst, I also ordered a cup of Mango Freeze.It took a while for the snack was served probably because of the complexity of preparing it.I like the Mango drink was indeed freezy. I had to wait a while before I could sip this drink which was icy cool.Mango Freeze priced at S$4.90++Then came the sliced four pieces of Jack Fruit Roll with Salted Egg.Having drank the Mango Freeze I was not able to try the snack as I was bloated with the cold drink therefore decided to take away.Four slices of Jackfruit coated with generous amount of toasted white and black sesame seeds.The jackfruit pulps with the mixture of salted eggs sandwiched between the roll which I believed are made from Squid Paste. The fragrance from the toasted sesame seeds and the fillings of salty and fruity taste.Interesting ingredient combination priced at S$4.30++ continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-07
Sheng Kee is always a good place for desserts, as they have a variety of fruit based and traditional desserts. We came here after dinner, and I got the aloe vera lemon grass jelly dessert topped with strawberry bits. It was a refreshing dessert and not overly sweet and neither did it taste like syrup. My friends got the mango pomelo sago - pretty common dessert and tends to be sweeter, and the mango pudding - was quite alright, not too soggy. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-02
After a disappointing lunch at Ipoh Lou Yau Bean Sprouts Chicken , my colleague and I snooped around and found Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert right behind! Man, I instantly regretted my lunch choice! I've just eaten the Chicken Cutlet Noodles at the Clementi Mall outlet the day before, and it was so good!!! The portion was substantial, the chicken cutlet was likened to that of the Salt Pepper Chicken in Lai Lai Casual Dining but bigger and the noodles were of superb texture! Well, since I had unfortunately consumed unwanted calories for lunch, I had no choice but to settle for a dessert only (believe me when I said I wanted to eat the Chicken Cutlet Noodles again!!!). So, I decided to go for Mango Pudding. Btw, the Mango Pomelo Sago was wonderful too! The sweetness was just nice! Now, there is a promotion where you need only add $1.50 to your main course, and you can have the option of Fried Carrot/ Yam Cake + Almond Paste/ Mango Pomelo Sago/ Black Sesame Paste. The Carrot Cake was really tasty!!! Ok, I've digressed. Now what really came as a pleasant surprise was that the Mango Pudding was kinda huge!!! And there are mango cubes in it!!! The evaporated milk (I think) around it was not overly sweet and the whole dish just came together as 1 wholesome yummy dessert!!! DUN SHARE IT WITH ANYONE!!! Enjoy it on your own!!! Total Cost:Mango Pudding - About $4 (where to find? ) continue reading
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