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Telephone
6532 0552
Introduction
Tong Shui Desserts specializes in over 60 types of hot and cold desserts. desserts include Hong Kong Sago with Pamelo, Seasame Paste, Bo-Bo Cha Cha and Almond Paste. The shop also aims to provide a wide range of high-quality dessert to customers at an affordable price to match its slogan of "The finest choice of mouth-watering desserts". continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 20:30
Mon - Thu
11:00 - 20:30
Fri
Closed
Sat
11:00 - 21:00
Sun
11:00 - 20:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Restaurant Website
http://www.tongshuicafe.com
Signature Dishes
Mango Sago Desserts
Review (7)
Level4 2013-12-30
111 views
Glutinous Rice Balls with peanut soup $2.80 for 3 pieces - The glutinous rice balls were chewy and filled with peanut fillings. The peanut fillings were finely chopped. The peanut soup were a bit bland though but the rice balls made up for it although it was quite sweet but lacked the peanut flavour. continue reading
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My regular shop at next door was rather crowded when i was there so i decided to give this one a try. I went to the counter wanting to make an order but I was asked to take a seat and quickly presented the menu by the friendly assistant. I decided to have the black glutinous rice with vanilla ice cream that i have been ordering from their competitor next door. I took notice that it is priced at $3.00. The last time when i ordered this next door was only $2.50 there. I paid when it was served to the table in less than 5 minutes. It did not have bits of peanuts sprinkled right on top just like how their competitor served it. The taste of black glutinous rice tasted comparable but it would be nicer if it is slightly sweeter. The black glutinous rice has got a sticky consistency and right texture. It was served with a ball of vanilla ice-cream that complemented the taste of black glutinous rice perfectly. I have tried something rather similar during my recent trip to Hong Kong. Though this particular bowl might not be as nice as their competitor next door but it tasted much nicer than the one that i had at the famous dessert shop in Hong Kong. continue reading
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Level3 2013-12-09
35 views
black sesame with almond paste $3.Decided to drop by this stall again and give it another try even though the last visit was a disappointment. I had this black sesame dessert which unfortunately tasted Really light and somewhat diluted even though the appearance did not seem like it. The almond taste was quite faint too. This is not worth getting as the taste was not at all satisfying continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-12
39 views
After purchasing my betrothal gifts at one of the shops in people's park centre with my fiancee, was feeling a bit hungry. Happened to pass by this stretch of the 2nd storey and saw two stores offering dessert. Decided to give this store a try since it was more well furnished. - Tow Suan - the soy bean ( i supposed) was not too soft. In fact quite crunchy. - Glutinous Rice Balls with peanut soup - the glutinous rice balls was quite chewy and it was filled with peanuts fillings. However, the soup was too sweet for me. continue reading
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Level4 2012-01-03
36 views
this shop sells more than just dessert~we ordered Yin Yang Almond & Sesame Pasteand Thick toast with Horlicks & Condensed milkthe paste really taste good.. not those watery type.. smell really nice toothe toast.. was special as it was our first time trying horlicks toast hahaworth the try =) continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)