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51 Upper Serangoon Road
#01-70 The Poiz Centre
Singapore 347697

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Monday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

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Price: $8.50
Description: Is Mao Shan Wa g Durian w Gula Melaka, topping w lightly salted macadamia bits

Price: $12
Description: Is layers of authentic Mao Shao Wang w vanilla sponge.

The d24 durian puff ($2) and msw durian puff ($3) is alright. Thought the exterior can be thinner.

Small cafe, little seats.

Quite expensive at $12 per Mao Shan Wang sponge cake but the sponge is light and fluffy, vanilla bean cream is very light and not overpowering the durian taste. The msw durian itself is very thick and creamy (:

The d24 durian puff and msw durian puff is alright. Thought the exterior can be thinner.

Small cafe, little seats.

Durian aficionados, leg on over to Potong Pasir MRT to have the king of fruits many ways. From ice cream to choux puffs and cakes, there's something for everyone. The light and smooth Durian Mousse Cake ($8.50 per slice) is a no-brainer — think fresh durian flesh atop spongy vanilla base that's studded with lightly salted, crunchy and Gula Melaka. For something easy on the go, the creamy Mao Shan Wang Puff ($3) is an excellent option to still get your durian fix. If not, get the Mao Shan Wang Ice Cream ($9 per cup) for hot day durian indulgences!
Photo by Burppler Xing Wei Chua

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Moving into The Poiz Centre above Potong Pasir MRT Station recently, Ms Durian serves is a new cafe that serves up durian-centric desserts (think ice-cream, puffs and cakes), though does not serve the fruit itself.

Despite being the lighter tasting cake of the two that is available on the menu here, the Durian Mousse Cake is well-balanced in flavour. Featuring durian mousse, vanilla sponge, salted macadamia nuts and Gula Melaka, the durian mousse is light and smooth, carrying a hint of the pungent fruit that is pretty evident without overwhelming, all surrounded by a vanilla sponge that is fluffy and light, providing a cake with a contrast of flavour. On the top, the Gula Melaka and lightly salted macadamia nuts replicates flavours of salted caramel, while giving the cake a crunch. Really liked how the desserts here carry a clean aesthetic, whilst being well-executed and more refined in terms of flavour compared to other places that often have cheesy-looking aesthetics which can be a little pretentious. Would certainly be back to try the Durian Craquelin another time!

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