There are double desserts in the Tasting Menu. One‘s a Durian Chendol, which I am sure will please those who are fans of the “king of fruit”, while the other is warm, freshly made Apom which comes with two kinds of Pengat - a banana and a durian. Soft and cushiony, the butterfly pea flower-tinged Apom has a lovely tang from fermented rice flour. Oddly enough, I enjoyed it most with the durian pengat although I am not fond of durians per se.
Another thing about the Tasting Menu that I appreciate is its inclusion of tea or coffee. Who doesn’t like to end their meal with a cuppa, right? 😄