A much needed reprieve from the unbearable heat, Waan Cha offers a selection of macarons, puddings and pretty unique tea blends apart from the classic Thai milk tea. The Thai Pink Milk ($3.30), which I tried, was surprisingly pleasant and light with a tinge of rose-like sweetness. Having picked it just for its colour, the creamy smooth body of the drink reminded me of bandung but with a distinctive flavour that I just couldn’t pinpoint. Hence, the friendly lady boss working behind the counter shared with me that the hint of acidity was from the salak fruit, or better known as the snake fruit, flavoured syrup. Perhaps an acquired taste, the slight astringent edge of the syrup might not be for everyone but I rather enjoyed it as it was well-balanced and not overly sweet.