6 Jalan Bukit Merah
#01-21 ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre
Singapore 150006

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Sunday:
12:30pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
Closed

Thursday:
12:30pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
12:30pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
12:30pm - 10:30pm

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There seems to always be a queue here, probably because of how generous they are with the ingredients for the cheap price! The chendol is covered with their thick, gloopy gula melaka syrup (almost like a toffee syrup) that’s quite strongly flavoured. It really gives an oomph to the chendol. Their green pandan jelly is delicious and fragrant too. A yummy and refreshing dessert and it’s so worth it.

The gangster ice is named as such because in Chinese, 榴(莲)芒(果)冰 can be shorted to be 流氓冰, which really made me laugh. They totally didn’t skimp on the massive ball of durian maoshanwang pulp on top, which made the ice really creamy when mixed in, and it actually went quite well with mango. A really refreshing dessert.

This shop is more popular for its power channel and its mango ice.

But I was craving something not so sweet today.

So decided to have the red ruby.

Surprised by how good it was.

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❤😤 Very rich and delicious Chendol (S$2). The stall names it Power Chendol. The gula melaka was very thick and sticky. The green jelly was slightly salty which compliments the sweet brown sugar and red beans. You won't find chendol like this elsewhere. Must try 👍👍

📍Location:
Jin Jin Desserts (01-21)
ABC Brickworks Hawker Centre
6 Jalan Bukit Merah
Singapore 150006

Even though Jin Jin is known for their chendol, I surprisingly liked the gangster ice better! They totally didn’t skimp on the massive ball of durian maoshanwang pulp on top, which made the ice really creamy when mixed in, and it actually went quite well with mango. The funny thing is why it’s named gangster ice - because it’s 榴(莲)芒(果)冰 in Chinese, so it’s basically 流氓冰. Hope you cracked up, my mum definitely did!

Jin Jin Hot/Cold Desserts seems to always have a queue, probably because of how generous they are with the ingredients for the cheap price! The chendol is covered with their thick, gloopy gula melaka syrup (almost like a toffee syrup) that’s quite strongly flavoured. For $2, there’s a generous amount of green pandan jelly and beans swimming in the coconut milk.

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