762 Jurong West Street 75
#01-334 Gek Poh Shopping Centre
Singapore 3640762

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Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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Buttered toast that’s crispy on the outside and fluffy soft inside. Paired perfectly with sweet sliced of mango and ice cream 》$10.90

Ordered also a Milo Shibuya Toast ($8.90)
If you ever wanted a sugar high on Milo and/or share it with someone, I defo recommend this. Served alongside with whipped cream, drizzled with chocolate sauce, powdered with Milo powder and topped off with Milo cereal and vanilla ice cream, this will satisfy your chocolate craving in one go!

One of the West's hidden cafes surrounded by HBDs.
Ordered a Thai Tea Cube Set ($6.90). As per the name, the cubes are made from Thai Milk Tea and served also with a bottle of it and a scoop of icecream. These combined in one glass keeps the consistency of a smooth,creamy and chilled milk tea

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A really interesting combination this! Who thought that mango sticky rice could go so well on a toast? The sweetness of the mango paired really well with the slightly savoury toast! The sticky rice was also one of the best that I have had. It helps that the shop is helmed by a Thai lady who makes the food as well ◡̈ The Cha Yen ($3) here tastes authentic and is less sweet than expected. Gek Poh is certainly more exciting now as compared to my secondary school days!

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Mango Sticky Rice Toast ($11.90) is an interesting item we chanced upon the menu. It's a perfect combination between mango, ice-cream, toast and sticky rice. Every item complements well and I'm impressed with the delicious sweet sticky rice.
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The Thai Dessert Bar serve beverages as well. We had the refreshing coconut frappe ($4.90) and Thai Iced Milk Tea ($3)
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Swipe right for the full menu. They have an extensive menu of Bingsu, Savoury and dessert toasts and beverages.

🤔 Really amazed with the creativity and presentation of this beverage and what’s more, the taste lived up to expectations as well! 💛 Apart from the vanilla ice cream that was too icy for my liking, the Thai iced tea beverage was luscious, slightly milky with a pleasant subtle lingering aroma that was relatively less sweet as compared to others I’ve tried so far. Though I would have preferred if the tea flavour was more distinct, it was still refreshing and surprisingly additive, especially on a hot day. On a side note, I would certainly hope to bring home the jug but was told it would be reused🙈 .
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