I think that quite alot of people will be familiar with this dessert stall along Liang Seah Street. There are a few other desserts stalls nearby too, heard that they are not bad too, but did not try them yet.
They occupy 2 shops side by side. This is the interior of one of them. Seating capacity is quite small esp during peak period. So if you have a big group its quite hard to come here to eat as they have 2 rounds tables only. Also, you will not be able to chat after finishing your dessert.
Nice decorations. Did not notice all these nice interior decorations when I came last time. Must have been too busy eating .
Sorry for the reflections. Surface of table causes the reflection.
Look at the picture of the black sesame paste. Yes its very smooth. Had a mouthful, nice not grainy at all.
This is what my favourite. You can add ice-cream for just $0.90. Can taste the sweetness of the honeydew. The amount of coconut added was just nice for me, adding an extra fragrance. The sago inside was average, not thing to really talk about. As a whole, it was not to sweet and texture was smooth. The only problem I had was the ice. I do not think they add ice last time. Too much ice was added. With every mouthful I eat, there is always at least a piece of ice. If I let the ice melt, it becomes diluted.
Overall, still not too bad. Price wise tend to be slightly higher as its just a shop that sells dessert. I have the feeling I will order the same thing again if I come back. I should go try other desserts.
Ah Chew Desserts
1 Liang Seah Street
#01-11 Liang Seah Place