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Singapore 168732

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Who knew that a dessert speciality shop actually sells popiah that tastes surprisingly good?

Good:
• Soft and chewy skin, comparable to Qiji's
• Fragrant peanuts lands a delightful crunch
• Turnips were juicy
• Available nationwide (yayyyy)

Drawbacks:
• Loosely wrapped
• Requested for less sweet sauce but the popiah is still too sweet for me because the turnips were on the sweeter side
• Slightly pricier at $2.30 per roll

Verdict: 4/5

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Available till end of May at all of their outlets, beat the heat with the two newly launched shaven snow ice desserts - Strawberry & Yoghurt and Mango & Coconut ice ($5.90 each). And of course, loving the classic tropical combination my pick would definitely be the latter.

Having pair the usual mango snow ice and fresh fruit chunks with coconut, the nutty layers of milk ice were able to impart a refreshing and luscious quality to the treat. Well… you can’t go wrong with the favoured union. A lighter alternative, the Strawberry Yoghurt Ice lacked a certain oomph for me. The added texture from the Nata de coco didn’t seem to pick up the flavours as well. But no matter the weather, the thin sheets of flavoured milk sure hits the spot with the smoothness of ice cream and airiness of snow!

Thanks Dessertstory Singapore as well as Jan Jee and Jana from Brandcellar for hosting this tasting, and Burpple for the invitation!

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[Media Tasting, 4/4] "I think the Yam flavour is immediately nicer, but if you take the time to navigate the taste of the Coconut flavour, it makes more sense than the Yam." — Vanessa Kou, Burpple

Those weren't her exact words, but they did hover more or less around what she meant. I wholeheartedly agree with them, after I gave it some thought awhile after the tasting.

It made more sense because the corriander leaves gave it this a wisp of bitter but watery taste, and coconuts share that in common. Both are pretty neutral to the taste, but are refreshing additions to various concoctions in the kitchen. There's consistency in the flavours, which means that the combination fit as tightly as a glove.

Still, I personally prefer the contrasting flavours in the Yam flavour. It had a unique nostalgic charm to its taste that wasn't present in this one. Of course, that's not to say you should avoid this at all! 😧 (7/10)

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