66 East Coast Road
#01-03 The Flow
Singapore 428778

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11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

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You''ll find this cozy dessert spot just a few minutes walk from I12 Katong, serving up a wide selection of traditional Chinese desserts. Burppler Jonathan Lim recommends their Taro Ball with Grass Jelly + Red Bean & Mango ($5), a ""refreshing dessert to beat the heat with chewy taro balls, sweet red beans and grass jelly that has a good firm bite!"" Other noteworthy desserts include their Shun De Double Layered Milk Pudding ($3.60) and Fried Custard ($4.50).
Photo by Burppler Jonathan Lim

*Eligible for 1-for-1 Takeaways till 30th June


$3.50 Chrysanthemum Tea
- light tea that comes in a small jug, can share among a few people

$7+ Ginger Milk Pudding With Papaya + Mini Taroballs + Sesame Riceball
- taste great and the colour of the taroball makes the dessert very appetising
- the sesame riceball is qq and chewy

Fried milk
- not bad, crispy outside, chewy on the inside

It is two-storey shop with qr code ordering system, payment can be in cash, nets, grabpay, favepay

Many dessert options to choose from on the menu. They have handmade noodles too


I love my dairy... and I love it in fried bits. Encased in these fried pillows are warm milk custard which melted on my tongue.

Nice little dessert cafe just to have a nourishing chrysanthemum tea with wolfberries . A nice touch by the cafe to add a slice of ginger to heat things up a little .

Pretty Well designed tea pot which allows the excess water in the condiments compartment to be drained off when you trigger the red button 🥰

Awesome silky smooth gingery milky

Not only was this fun to watch - ( you have to wait 4 mins for the coagulation to happen ), it was also awesomely delicious .

A fresh breath of air in the local dessert scene .

This dessert stall specialises in Milk puddings but boasts a good variety of others such is mango deserts and 粉皮 ( think chin chow ) with yam balls , home cooked red beans.

The cafe has nice vibes too ! Great service and comfortably renovated .

This was one of their bestsellers and it was absolutely delicious! It may look like unassuming white paste but the ginger really hits you when the milk pudding slides down your throat. This feels like a warm hug on a cold night.