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I love this so much and I'll absolutely return for it again. It's a perfect combination - coconut milk and durian - and I was told by an IG friend that the peranakans have been eating it this way, or mixing it with steamed rice, as she would do at home.
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At Goodwood Park, this came with two indulgent pieces of pure D24 durian pulp-coated seeds in creamy coconut milk. It boasted authentic flavours from pandan leaves as well as gula melaka, the quintessential ingredients in Peranakan sweets.
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It's probably as traditional and authentic as it can get at Goodwood Park, because it is based on a heritage recipe specially taught to the hotel’s chefs by a true-blue Nonya Bibik.
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And to answer the many questions on whether you can bring home this cute ceramic durian husk six-pack container, the answer is yes! It is $25.50++ including a portion of the Bibik Santan D24 Durian Dessert, or $20 per piece without the dessert.
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