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Chendol Cheng Tng Ice Kachang
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The amount they give you when you take away is crazy! There's so much more in these plastic containers than you would normally get if you ate at the hawker centre.The iced jelly is served with maybe 20-30 nata de coco cubes and quite a number of tadpoles. It was a lot and I was so full from just the ingredients alone I could barely drink the dessert. It wasn't too sweet and its most probably because most of the ice had melted.The chin teng was very refreshing as well and there were water chestnuts in the dish. It was a nice addition as I really liked the crunchiness it added to the dish 繼續閱讀
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In this hot and sunny weather, enjoying a bowl of shaved-ice dessert is just so gratifying. This dessert house at Tiong Bahru Market is one of my favourites because it serves up a huge variety of hot and cold desserts in both traditional and innovative flavours so there’s always something for everyone. And the reason why I’d keep coming back to this stall is because the lady who takes orders is probably one of the most amiable hawkers I’ve ever met who is appreciative of every customer, every business regardless of how small or big each order is. It just makes patronising the stall a joyful experience each time.The soupsop itself is soury hence it’s soaked in a sugar syrup to make it more palatable. However the syrup is really sweet. So sweet that I felt sick of eating it after a while so I dug into the other half of the bowl that didn’t touch the syrup while the husband had all the soupsop since he loves sweet stuffs. I like the different textures of the various ingredients especially the chewy nata de coco and the liquid-squirting ‘fish roe’ jelly. Very interesting combination.This is our all-time favourite. A standard ice kachang drizzled with a good quality chocolate sauce and topped with coarsely ground peanuts. What I love best about this is that the food colouring syrups do not taste artificial at all and in fact, blends well with the chocolatey and nutty flavours too. Of course, at the bottom, you’d get the usual ingredients of attap chee, red beans, etc. This is a really delightful ice kachang that is well concocted on the whole. Not too sweet, absolutely yummy.For full review and pictures, please go to http://www.springtomorrow.com/2014/02/01/tian-tian-yuan-dessert-house-tiong-bahru-market/ 繼續閱讀
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If you are looking for a cheap and good dessert place in Tiong Bahru after dinner, Tian Tian Yuan is a nice pitstop that you will definitely be able to find something that you like.They have more than 30 varieties of dessert that is available so you can go crazy choosing your favorite. I have been to this stall several times and I really love their cheng teng which is packed with ingredients. Their prices are definitely reasonable and they don't scrimp on their ingredients. They can be overzealous with their sugar syrup, so if you are looking for a slight healthier alternative, you can tell the auntie to put less sugar and she will gladly comply Great service, great taste and great variety. What's not to like?(I only wonder if 20 years down the road, can we still find hawkers like them, since it is such a dying trade) 繼續閱讀
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Been a local living in a area pretty close to Tiong Bahru for the past 20+ years, One would definitely have dine at TIong Bahru market before. And frankly speaking, I still miss the old old Tiong Bahru wet market a lot. I remember that I have been eating the 'Chwee Kueh(水粿)' bought from Tiong Bahru Market ever since I was studying in the nearby kindergarten, having lunch at Tiong Bahru Market after my classes during my secondary school days and having my meals at Tiong Bahru Market during my weekends.Left: Ice Cream Ice Kacang, Right: ChendolUp till today, they are still providing cheap, delicious and big portions of desserts. And they are open to special request to customise your desserts. For example: I would place an order for Chendol or Ice Kacang with only Red Beans once in a short while. And frankly speaking, at a relatively low price of S$1.50 per bowl, you are getting a lot of ingredients and it tastes pretty good too.Click here for more photos and a detailed review:http://nekyouto-food.blogspot.sg/2011/07/taste-that-you-grow-up-with-dessert.html 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-06-30
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The FoodI ordered a bowl of Cold Cheng Tng. The Cheng Tng was not too sweet but was just nice for my taste buds. Inside have generous serving of ingredients like green beans, red beans, barley, persimmon, longan meat and ginko nut and waterchestnut to the dessert hence giving it a crunchy texture with every mouthful. The Cheng Tng is simply refreshing especially on a hot sunny day. The PriceReasonably priced at $2 with generous portion of ingredientsOverallI will definitely come back again to try other desserts and highly recommended to try this! 繼續閱讀
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