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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12:30pm - 12:30am

01:30pm - 12:30am

01:30pm - 11:30pm

12:30pm - 11:30pm

12:30pm - 11:30pm

12:30pm - 11:30pm

12:30pm - 11:30pm

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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

With outlets at Liang Seah Street and Novena, this is the go-to spot for when the Chinese dessert cravings hit. From the smooth Fresh Milk Steamed Egg ($3.50) to the thick and creamy Durian Sago ($6.50) and delightful Peanut Mochi ($2.40), there is something for everyone.
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Popular as always even before 7pm. We had the yam paste w ginko nuts ($3.30) and peanut paste ($3) small and ah chew never disappoints. Fave pay is also accepted here:)

Black Glutinous Rice with Vanilla Ice Cream ($4.20) was quite rich, creamy and thick flavour (not a fan of thick) but ice cream didn't melt immediately and slowly in melting away instead.

Water Chestnut Egg with Chinese Herbal Jelly ($4.30) was quite smooth and rich flavour as I like their water chestnut was being sliced in thin pieces and quite cooling effect for cold dessert.

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The mango sago has just the right amount of sweetness and sourness from the pomelo. Affordable yet quality dessert 😍

The 龟苓膏 with egg thing on the other hand.. smelt really eggy and tbh it looks like barf.

Ah Chew Desserts is no stranger to most. We were impressed with their cold Black Glutinous Rice, which clearly set itself apart from other competitors.

Adding a twist to the traditional black glutinous rice, it was cooked till rich and thick, yet not overly sweet. It was topped off with crispy almond flakes, which added different texture to the dessert.

It comes in cold ($4.50 with ice cream) and hot ($3/$3.50). Next time you visit them, do give this bowl a shot.