18 Sago Street
Singapore 059017

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12:00pm - 08:30pm


12:00pm - 08:30pm

12:00pm - 08:30pm

12:00pm - 08:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

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One of the most famous items on their menu is the Chendol($3.20). This majestic dessert consists of green rice flour jelly, red beans, and shaved ice topped with creamy coconut milk and caramel sticky sauce with a hint of saltiness, resembling dark soya sauce. The saltiness added an extra depth of flavour, making it a standout among other chendol options in Singapore.

Aside from their chendol, they have other tasty treats such as the smooth and creamy Mango Sago Pomelo ($5.50) with real yummy mango and bits of citrusy pomelo in it, which was bursting with fruity mangoey flavour.

Their Coffee Pudding ($2.90) is also a favourite for us, with a well-balanced mix of bitter and sweet. The sweetened condensed milk helps to even out the bitterness and brings a more pleasing taste.

If you're in the mood for something more traditional, the Yam Paste ($4.20) will be a good fit with just the right amount of oil and flavour. It's not too starchy too.

For those seeking comfort food, the Steamed Egg with Ginger ($3.20) is the perfect warm and cosy treat. The ginger taste wasn't too strong either.

The Yam Cake ($3.50) is also worth trying for those who enjoy savoury snacks, with its traditional taste and sprinkling of shallot and spring onion.