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Telephone
9776 6125
Introduction
Nine Fresh, formerly Beans Talk, is a Taiwanese taro ball desserts shop created by Singaporeans to bring a little piece of Jiufen (九份) to the heartland. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
Restaurant Website
http://www.ninefresh.com/
Signature Dishes
Black Sugar Ai-Yu Jelly Eight Treasures Grass Jelly Grass Jelly Special Nine Fresh Signature QQ Konjac Special
Review (9)
Level4 2014-11-18
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This outlet is just located above the MRT station and is quite popular with its reasonable priced desserts for takeaway.Matcha Milk Latte ($2.00)It served with mini taro balls in it. The drink is a bit too sweet but tastes quite milky with chewy mini balls in it.BeansTalk Signature 招牌豆花 ($2.50)It comes with 6 toppings on top of bean curd. There is grass jelly, pinto beans, roasted peanuts, red bean, green bean, and taro balls. It a simple dessert with a number of textures ranging from soft and smooth to hard and crunchy.Grass Jelly Special ($2.00)Grass Jelly + Black Sugar Jelly Dice + Aloe Vera Pearl Jelly + Taro Balls + Complimentary Milk BallsAlthough it looks quite plain, but tastes quite smooth and refreshing. Topped with milk, it offers another unique and milky taste.Overall the desserts are delicious and filling. Best of all they are in reasonable prices. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2013-11-15
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Looking for something different? There are lots of different flavour beancurds in the market but have you seen one with lots of toppings?One fine day my classmate bought us bowls of beancurds from Beans Talk. 😋 What a pleasant surprise. (What did we do to deserve such kindness)Besides the aesthetics feel of the beancurd, with its different toppings, it provides an whole new experience to eating beancurds. You no long expect a smooth texture but a chewy, crunchy one with toppings like grass jelly, peanuts and others. (Discover them for yourself and see which one you like best!)Its relatively cheap considering the portion and number of toppings ($2/bowl).I would be keen to try some of their other desserts after it was recently published in The Sunday Times.  continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-18
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Colleague from other department bought dessert for us. We were not too close in fact, yet appreciated it. Famous of their Soya Beancurd, it was originated from Taiwan. No seat provided, just take-away was allowed.Saw their words on its cup, it was fresh and health guaranteed. One and only flavour sold, it consisted many foodies inside. Basically, the main character was Beancurd and Grassjelly. It was topped by Red Bean, Green Bean, and Peanuts along with three chewy balls which were made from Yam, Sweet Potato and Green Tea. Personally, I felt it was too complicated. Although it was quite chilled refreshing but the taste mixed up together until I cannot recognize which was which. The promotion was always there, $2.00 for one bowl. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-24
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A colleague of mine had been raving about this tub of nuts for a very long time and she finally got me a tub to try. For $2, I thought it's not too bad a deal because it's a tub full of ingredients. In it there was bean curd, chin Chow, taro balls, tang yuan, red beans, green beans and my favourite peanuts. The mixture was overall tasty. The bean curd was smooth. It was also not overly sweet. The beans and nuts all blended well in this mixture. I do feel healthy having this as a dessert and I thought it's also very value for money! continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-26
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There wasn't a queue and hence decided to give it a try. It comes with many ingredients, tau huay, grass jelly, red beans, green beans, peanuts, green tea balls and pumpskin balls. Everything at only $2 which i think is really value for money. The ingredients are also fresh and go well together. Overall it is really yummy and I will definitely patronise again! continue reading
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