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181 Thomson Road
Goldhill Shopping Centre
Singapore 307627

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12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

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The watermelon honeydew sago ($3.60) was refreshing and the sesame paste ($2.70) was the right consistency for me - not too thick and sticky.

So good. Best eaten when it is still chilled. Mix the ice cream together with the sago to get the Gao feeling.


Taste: 5/5

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Oh! So! Good! And perfect end to any meal cause no meal is complete without dessert šŸ˜‹šŸ˜‹ Durian Sago came with a generous scoop of durian paste/ice cream, which was a happy island smacked in the middle of a icy cold sea of sago. Price is a little steep but definitely worth if in need of a durian pick me up! šŸ˜ŒšŸ˜Œ Steamed milk was meh and definitely not comparable to the ones in HK, so give it a miss unless having some serious cravings. Tang yuan came with 2 peanut filled ones and 2 black sesame filled ones, pretty normal and nothing much to shout about. But fast service and prices are decent to just hangout after a meal šŸ˜ŠšŸ˜Š

Would have preferred this less sweet and more aromatic; probably go for the sago or steamed egg desserts next time.


Always my favourite place to go when iā€™m craving for chinese desserts! Their Novena branch is more spacious and less crowded than their Bugis branch which can get really cramped during peak hours. These two desserts have the right amount of sweetness for me (not overly sweet). The white fungus papaya with almond paste is smooth and soothing for the throat while the water chestnut soup with egg and herbal jelly is refreshing and cooling for the body.

The steamed milk egg white is like a bowl of sweet chawanmushi. The adventurer in me decided to pair it with the chocolate cookies topping (S$4.00). At first, I thought it was Milo powder (pudding dinosaur?), but upon tasting it, it is really chocolate chip cookie crumbs! I would have hoped that the cookie topping is not this disintegrated, so that there is at least some crunchy texture to the classic Hong Kong dessert. Still yummy nonetheless.