51 Upper Serangoon Road
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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!
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Was just a tad icy but otherwise the MSW taste was q strong, gf found it inadequate tho. This is 12 and durian mousse cake is 8.5 cos, obviously, mousse has much more cream in it and less durian as a result. So obvious once u think about it, but that's exactly why I'm glad they had a label of the durian strength beside each dessert. That's really nice, not that it deserves the price tho

DK what's the fancy name but it's just a pastry with very crispy top, then got abit chocolate. MSW puree was very good, only problem is D24 is 2nett per PC. And this thing is tiny. One biter is an overstatement, it's half a bite. Saw a couple having to share it haha, so cute.

Anyway so ridiculously overpriced. You can do work here though

There are quite a number of places that I get quite excited to revisit whenever in Potong Pasir — one being HoJiaGa 呵呷嘠 for their Sausage with Sticky Rice ( Original) 大肠包小肠, and the other one being Ms. Durian for their durian pastries and desserts.

Being of the new items just launched recently, the 24K Mao Shan Wang Cheese Cake comes in two sizes — a 9cm portion good to share between 2 to 3 pax according to Ms. Durian, and a 15cm portion that is good for 8 pax, which we went for the former. To give the cheese cake it’s glittery 24K gold aesthetic, it comes with an additional layer of Konnyaku Jelly embellished with gold flakes for the shimmery effect — something which I could make do without. Going for the cheesecake itself, the cheesecake was an utter pleasure — unlike other durian cheesecakes that features durian flesh churned into the mousse layer, their rendition comes with the mousse encasing durian pulp instead. This results in a brilliant combination of the two elements — an actual smooth, creamy and luscious cheesecake mousse that was well-balanced and not too heavy when had against the fibrous durian pulp, whilst the the durian pulp comes with a pungent hint of the king of fruits that takes the cake (quite literally); a sure hit with durian lovers.

While there are quite a few establishments around that serves up durian-related desserts, I always liked how Ms. Durian throws in one or two new specials every now and then to keep things fresh and exciting for their patrons. That, coupled with the quality of their bakes which had remained consistent over the years, as well as the low-key location that they are within The Poiz Centre, does make Ms. Durian a rather laid back hangout for those who loves their durian-based desserts — somewhere that I still look forward to returning even till this day.

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1) 24 Karat Mao Shan Wang Cheese Cake (9cm - $20, 15cm - $80): Combining 2 of my favourite items (Mao Shan Wang durian and Cheesecake) into one, this is a really delectable dessert! Made with premium Mao Shan Wang durian, encased within smooth and velvety cheese mousse, before adding 24 Karat pure gold leaf for the finishing touch. Every mouthful is so rich and velvety! Comes in 2 sizes - 9cm (serves 1-2 pax) and 15cm (serves 8 pax).

2) Mao Shan Wang Durian Craquelin ($3.50 / piece): These MSW Durian Craquelins are really shiok! An upgraded version of their popular D24 Durian Craquelin, the MSW durian version is made with premium MSW durian piped into choux with chocolate crusting, and then lightly dusted with gold flakes. Trust me, it’s so addictive that you won’t be stopping at just one!

You can order them from @msdurianpastry’s website at order.msdurian.com. Islandwide delivery or pickup options available.

Thinking of having a mini party this festive season? How about a Durian Party?

I recently tried the Durian Party Cake from Ms Durian, and I certainly would highly recommend this to all durian lovers!

The Party Cake (good for 6 to 8 pax) consisted of 1/2 Mao Shan Wang Durian Cake, 1/2 Whisky Mao Shan Wang Durian Cake and 18 pieces of mini D24 Durian Craquelins. The moment the Mao Shan Wang Durian Cake entered my mouth, I was wowed by how rich and shiok the durian filling was! The Whisky Mao Shan Wang Durian Cake, on the other hand was more intense in taste, and whisky lovers will probably like this version. The mini D24 Durian Craquelins were pretty shiok too, couldn’t stop popping them into my mouth!

By the way, I was informed that the cracks on the meringue (on the Whisky Durian Cake) were due to its fragile nature, and this did not affect the quality of the cake in any way!

You can place your orders at order.msdurian.com.

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