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2014-02-26 44 views
Surrounded by too many food stores, I really didn’t notice there was such dessert place. Sweet Spring was a Taiwanese cum Hong Kong style eatery which targeted to all-aged patrons, impressive traditional décor inside. Menu offered was extensive, we were just spoiled for choice. Service wise, it was actually quite short-handed yet staffs action was prompt and fast. Here we have such huge wooden tub, it came in two sizes either 2 servings or 4 servings. Silky soft in texture, beancurd was original
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Surrounded by too many food stores, I really didn’t notice there was such dessert place. Sweet Spring was a Taiwanese cum Hong Kong style eatery which targeted to all-aged patrons, impressive traditional décor inside. Menu offered was extensive, we were just spoiled for choice. Service wise, it was actually quite short-handed yet staffs action was prompt and fast.
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Here we have such huge wooden tub, it came in two sizes either 2 servings or 4 servings. Silky soft in texture, beancurd was originally not sweetened. But a bottle given, we were allowed to add diluted honey syrup in our desired amount. Each of my spoon was full of decent fragrance, heavenly scoop of runny beancurd. I would plan my next trip for other desserts, promise.
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Date of Visit
2014-02-24
Spending Per Head
$4 (Tea)
Recommended Dishes
  • Homemade Soya Beancurd