[CLOSED] Mao Shan Wang Cafe by Four Seasons Durians

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * We have opened a new concept Mao Shan Wang Cafe, first of its very kind in Singapore! This cafe adds a new and unique twist to King of Fruits. Our cafe is fully air conditioned, best way to combat the tropical weather in Singapore while enjoying your durians! All our deserts are made from 100% FRESH DURIANS, flavour and quality guaranteed! Ranging from durian strudels, creamy durian ice cream on waffles to durian pancakes we have it all! We are located conveniently in the heart of Chinatown on Temple Street, just a stones throw away from Chinatown MRT Station. So what are you waiting for? Head on down now to have a shot at Singapore's first durian concept cafe now!

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Offering D24 and MSW durian ice cream at $5 each, we got hooked after sampling them at the Chinatown CNY Market. Rich, creamy and not jelak at all, I can probably finish two tiny tubs on my own 😂.

😍 Buttery, creamy, and almost as indulgent as the fruit itself. Ordered another one cos it was too good.

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Durian Strudel ($15.80)
Another recommended dish @FourSeasonsDurians was this durian strudel. An interesting creation as this was definitely my first time having a durian strudel. The dish is freshly prepared only upon order so the pastry was still warm when served. There was basically a thick layer of sponge within the strudel and what seems to be a generous layer of durian kaya lining the interior base of the pastry. I felt lost while consuming this dish as it seems like there was just very little durian going on and the sponge just took centrestage here. It is probably better to get a box of durian cream puffs instead if you are going for the durian experience.


Mao Shan Wang Delight ($15.80)
@FourSeasonsDurians recently opened a new outlet along Temple Street serving up not only durians but also various other desserts created using their premium Mao Shan Wang durians. The crowdpleaser would probably be this Mao Shan Wang Delight which was their rich durian softserve sitting on a bed of brownies and topped with mini marshmallows and almond flakes. The durian softserve was rich and with that strong slightly bitter taste of the MSW. The dessert was also served with the full works reminiscent of 90s chinese restaurants with their bubbling and smoking dry-ice-in-coloured-water glass base and traditional ice-cream toppings. I prefer my msw softserve unadulterated and probably served in a more modernized plating. At the current pricing, I’m finding this a rather pricey affair for the satisfaction derived.


Sounded good in theory, but you might want to stick to the cold desserts. The strudel pastry itself was flaky and crisp but inside was a thick layer of sponge cake and the durian mix.

Served hot, the durian just didn't mesh well and felt off. Would have appreciated a creamier texture for the durian mix too.


This durian dessert cafe is THE place for all things durian, served with a dose of industrial chic — think brick walls and exposed beam ceilings. Four Seasons Durian is well-known for their durian confectionaries, so rest assured these desserts will hit the spot. Go in a group so you can share the love but think twice about bringing non-converts; as Burppler Kris Lim says, the smell will hit you once you enter the space. The extensive menu is bound to get durian lovers hot under the collar. The D24 Durian Mochi ($5 for four) are chewy and rather mild but if you yearn for stronger flavours, go straight for the Mao Shang Wang Durian Mochi ($8.80 for four). Others to try include the Durian Strudel ($15.80), Mao Shan Wang Ice Cream ($5.80), Mao Shan Wang Coffe ($5) and the delectable Mao Shan Wang Ice Cream Puffs ($15.80 for six), which many say are a must-order. If you can't find a seat, get the Mao Shan Wang Takeaway Cup ($6.80) to go — the soft serve sundae makes a lovely treat while moseying through Chinatown.
Avg Price: $10 per person
Photo by Burppler Kris Lim