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Pretty damn good. Smooth and light yet very slightly sticky, the Kaya had an eggy flavour but was still unmistakably on the sweet side as the fragrance of the pandan came through. Interesting enough the first thing I noticed was the coconut but after a few more bites the egginess came through slightly more than anything else

Didn't help that this place is quite hard to find, prices were increased, they turned into some hipster vegetarian place and the baking took damn long but one bite of that flesh made everything better. Durian itself was really good, fragrant and creamy but the hot and charred exterior was incredibly stunning, esp when contrasted with the ice cream like interior. Quite worth it not only because of the novelty but simply because of the quality of the durian

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So 3 pieces like this costed me 2.35. quite worth it I must say

I confess that though I'm not the biggest fan of strawberry, I actually liked this more than the blueberry one due to the more distinguishable textural contrast from the crunchy bits, the pronounced flavour of the strawberry jam as well as the increased chewiness of the mochi. Really really moreish

An above average bowl with a nice firm, slightly coarse texture, unlike those run of the mill shapeless and overly smooth ones. Sugar syrup was also just sweet enough

Idk why it's called cream when it seems like custard but nevertheless it was delicious. The ratio of the light custard to bun was flawless and the custard was tasty without being too sweet

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ASTOUNDING. Tapioca was so on point. I can't imagine the texture being better than this. Banana was also superb, with a nice slight bite and so much flavour. Much love for this little ball of happiness. It's unbelievable how something so seemingly simple can impress so much

What they're known for and for damned good reason. Slightly salty wonderfully chewy rice, as well as a thick fragrant layer of pandan curd. Ratio of the curd to the rice is totally on point

Nice soft yet slightly chewy skin, enveloping dessicated coconut coated in gula melaka which wasn't too sweet. Simple and standard

Bread was hard and there wasn't enough chocolate cream inside. Chocolate cream tasted fine though

Crumbly and rather strong matcha shell and a buttery sponge sandwiching whole azuki beans; my advice is to not get anything more than 100g since it's very difficult to stop popping one tart after another

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Dark chocolate one was quite nice since it was topped with sticky marshmallow.
The mint mousse was intense so be prepared. I personally quite enjoyed it since I like mint but most people might not :p

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Pleasantly surprised by how strong the banana taste was, and on the other hand the ginger taste wasn't nearly enough. Choux were on the softer side.

Would travel for food

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