Ah Chew Desserts (Liang Seah Street)

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Ah Chew Desserts is famous for their fresh local desserts and this place is great for after-dinner chillax sessions in the heart of the city.

1 Liang Seah Street
#01-11 Liang Seah Place
Singapore 189022

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01:30pm - 11:30pm

12:30pm - 11:30pm

12:30pm - 11:30pm

12:30pm - 11:30pm

12:30pm - 11:30pm

12:30pm - 12:30am

01:30pm - 12:30am

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First time trying steamed egg as a dessert and we were thinking whether it would taste like chawanmushi or this cai png steamed egg 🤣. We found that it tasted like the egg tart filling but slightly milkier and less sweet. We thought that it was pretty light and the red bean topping overpowered everything, so we would get it without any toppings if we were to get this another time.

Even though it was a Monday night, there's still a queue for Ah Chew and dining time is only limited to a mere 20mins. Desserts were served pretty fast though, <5mins after ordering!

杨枝甘露 is one of our go-to desserts at any Chinese dessert stall! The version at Ah Chew strikes a right balance between the sweetness of the mango and the sourness of the pomelo. The dessert also isn't overly sweet and this makes it really drinkable. However, it would be great if Ah Chew didnt add so many ice cubes to the dessert because it can get quite annoying to accidentally bite on the ice. Great dessert nonetheless for $4.80, although you need to pay an additional $1 to add an ice cream!

Note that Ah Chew has a strict dine-in time limit of 20 minutes at night and their staff will not hesitate to chase you off once you have finished your dessert.

Reowned for their wide range of traditional desserts, this stall has been delighting customers for nearly 2 decades.
Perpetually packed with a younger crowd and families (rare to see any elderly), they serve a reliable and consistent rendition of ah balling.
The glutinous rice balls are soft, sticky, and chewy, in pink or white hues to indicate the type of filling within.
The black sesame paste has a bold earthy sweet nutty taste with a gritty thick feel, while the peanut paste has a nutty sweet flavour with grainy chunky texture.
Especially love the warm ginger soup on cold rainy days, so shiok.
Ah Balling Tang Yuan
Ah Chew Desserts
@ 1 Liang Seah Street #01-10
Opening Hours: Mon, Wed, Thu 12:30pm – 12am, Fri 12:30pm – 1am, Sat 1:30pm – 1am, Sun 1:30pm – 12am, Closed Tue
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We're orh nee lovers but this is a miss for us. The yam paste ($3.40) was too watery and just didn't have that creaminess to it. Glad that we added rice balls (+$1.30) if not it would have been too disappointing.

A big scoop of durian pengat in a bowl of sweet sago. Definitely a recommend for durian lovers although we thought $6.80 is pricey for the small serving size.

Chunks of fresh mangoes doused in tangy mango puree, coconut, condensed and evaporated milk to give a pleasant creaminess. A simple and perfect place for dessert after dinner 》$4.00/large