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2012-08-27 48 views
In the menu, this is the original Ice Kaciang that did not add any special flavor. We does not like red bean and sweet corn, so we requested them not to put those inside. After that, it is just some jelly and ice on top, like normal ice kaciang, with different color or syrup and milk on top. It is $1.20, I am sad because during the 2000s, it was $0.80 and everything have to increase in price Anyway, this is a nice dessert and definitely you have to try it! Service is good too!