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2016-07-07 255 views
Along the whole stretch, there are 3 dessert stores selling local style desserts. Yet this one in the middle of the row of shophouses, usually is most popular. It occupied 2 shop units.It was a Sunday afternoon, yet the place was packed and one had to queue up to wait for a table. About 10 minutes, we were showed to a table in front of the counter at the air con area.Worn out menu framed the table top. The outlet was decorated in a traditional chinese style, with traditional chinese red wood fur
Worn out menu framed the table top. The outlet was decorated in a traditional chinese style, with traditional chinese red wood furniture around.
Order was taken at the counter with payment together. Food was later served to the table. So remember to take note of table number before ordering. Mango Sago with Pomelo 杨枝甘露 ($4.50)
Cooling down with a bowl of this. The standard seem to have dropped a lot. While refreshing, the taste was rather watered down. The ice was in little cubes, not shaved ice. Could not taste puree mango in the water. It tasted more like mango flavouring with evaporated milk. The only saving grace was the juicy sweet mango cubes. Gingko, barley, and bean curd skin soup ($3) in cold version
My partner who was having it. remarked that it smelt a bit off and had rather hard gingko nuts (felt like bought off the shelves type).
Maybe business getting too good these days.