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Arriving by public bus: #32,100,105,111,145,147,196,198,642,97,NR5(BUS STOP NUMBER B11161- Commonwealth Stn) Arriving by Train: Exit A, 5 mins walk- (EW20 Commonwealth MRT) Nearest Carpark: Beside Tanglin Halt food Centre continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
07:00 - 21:00
Mon - Sun
07:00 - 21:00
Payment Methods
Cash
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Cash Only
Review (5)
Level4 2014-12-25
191 views
After I had my Lunch at Tanglin Halt Food Centre, I went to find search for some dessert to eat. I saw that there was a steady queue at this Shun Xin Cheng Teng Dessert stall.Since, most of the customers in the queue had ordered the Cheng Teng, I also followed the same ordering cold Cheng Teng. The price of Cheng Teng was surprising cheap at $1 per bowl.The cold Cheng Teng tasted flavourful, refreshing and thirst quenching. Other than the normal white fungus, sago, barley and dried logans, there was also dry persimmon in this Cheng Teng soup, a traditional ingredient seldom found nowadays.  continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-27
64 views
I was finding something sweety to fulfilling my craving after lunch, so I decided to have traditional dessert at the moment.About this stall, the pretty photos of the desserts were displayed neatly in front and the price list for each food item was clear. No need further elaborations, from the queue you will how popular it was.The soup was excellent, as the ingredients were complete inside the soup. Impressive Winter Melon which I like since I was small, White Fungus, Sweet Potatoes, Barley and Ginkgo were all presented freshly and nicely. This Cheng Teng was clear and cooling, sweetness of rock sugar perfectly spelled out and the Pandan Leave fragrant. I like it definitely especially in those hot and stuffy days. Unbelievable cheap in price, it was only $1.00. continue reading
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Level3 2012-08-22
51 views
I first saw a long queue in front of this dessert stall. Only 2 things will make Singaporeans queue up, either it's cheap or it's good, or both. Well, this dessert stall happen to serve pretty good desserts at low low prices.For $1, you can get Ice Kacang, or most other ice based desserts. The ice kacang may not be that huge, but the good taste and cheap price makes it all worthwhile. The ice shavings are quite smooth, and the ingredients below the ice are so plentiful, but the only downside is the lack of sugar syrup.This is one dessert stall you won't want to miss! continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-13
26 views
I love local desserts especially these kind with several different kind of garnishings. Have been patronising this stall for many years. I used to like their ching ting and now eventhough the taste is still the same but the portion is not as generous as before. They used to put in the sweet potato and yam but now they don't. Today I ordered the iced sweet potato and was contended after eating it. It costs $1.00 a bowl. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-18
37 views
Located at the old Tanglin Halt Food Centre behind Commonwealth MRT station, Shun Xing Qing Tina Desserts has the cheapest desserts in Singapore.Common desserts like chendol, ice kachang, ice jelly, green bean soup, sweet potato soup etc. cost only 80 cents. If you prefer something more delightful, you can try dessert combinations e.g. ice jelly with cocktail, ice cocktail with sea coconut, ice cocktail with nata de coco etc. at only $1.After a sumptuous lunch at Tanglin Halt Food Centre, a bowl of refreshing Shun Xing Qing Tian dessert is certainly thirst-quenching. continue reading
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