Cheng Tng

Traditional chinese sweet dessert soup made with longans, barely, gingko nuts (rare) and white fungus (rare). Served cold or hot.

Mei Heong Yuen Desserts 味香园

Mei Heong Yuen
Mei Heong Yuen traditional desserts is at a corner shophouse of Temple Street
almond paste
Almond paste - a silky-smooth soupy concoction made from almonds. This bowl costs $2.

Categories: Chinese, Cheng Tng, Ah Balling, Dessert

Located at 67 Temple Street., Singapore 58611
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This shop located in one of the shophouses of the bustling food streets of Chinatown serves up the simplest of traditional Chinese soup desserts - almond cream, sesame paste soup and peanut paste - in rich creamy style. They also have a mango sago with pomelo dessert which is a more recent menu addition. Other items to go with your dessert/soup include steamed yam cakes(芋头糕), water chestnut cakes (马蹄糕) and other Chinese pastries. Prices are higher than those at hawker centres. For better value, try 115 糖水 (Tang Shui) at the Chinatown Complex Food Centre where prices of $1 per bowl of the almond, peanut or sesame paste are half those here.
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Zhenjie Desserts

Categories: Chinese, Cheng Tng, Ice Kachang, Ah Balling, Dessert

Located at #02-113 Amoy Street Food Centre (Telok Ayer Street), 7 Maxwell Road, Singapore 69111
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Located at Amoy Street Food Centre near the edge of the CBD and Chinatown, this dessert stall is a favourite among office workers. Try the yam paste with gingko nuts. Go between 9am-6pm on weekdays and 9am-3pm on weekends.
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Ken's Delights 真好吃

Dunman Food Centre
Dunman Food Centre is located at the junction of Onan Road and Pennefeather Road.
Ken's Delights
Ken's Delight is located at the basement (unit#01-01) of Dunman Food Centre.
Get this bowl of chendol for $1.50.
...or this bowl of cocktail jelly ($1.50).

Categories: Chinese, Cheng Tng, Ice Kachang, Soya Bean Curd/Milk, Dessert

Located at #01-01 Dunman Road Food Centre, 271 Onan Road, Singapore 424768
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Get your big bowl of dessert from this dessert and drinks stall. If you're on a walking tour of the area, remember to ask the owner for the tourist brochures of Joo Chiat as well.
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