654 Geylang Road
Singapore 389584

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Wednesday:
03:00pm - 04:00am

Thursday:
03:00pm - 04:00am

Friday:
03:00pm - 04:00am

Saturday:
03:00pm - 04:00am

Sunday:
03:00pm - 04:00am

Monday:
03:00pm - 04:00am

Tuesday:
03:00pm - 04:00am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

The best part about this cafe? It’s closes at 4am daily, enough time to satisfy your midnight cravings or after-supper treats.

A classic Chinese dessert at such a place is their Mango Sago ($4.80), something that will hardly go wrong, and a good sign when I can see the staff cutting up fresh mangoes at the back of counter. Another Chinese dessert that was recommended by @danielfooddiary is the Yam Paste with Pumpkin & Ginkgo ($5.80), which I prefer over the mango sago for its rich creamy texture and the sweetness from the pumpkin complemented the tartness from the yam paste.
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✨ Sweet Hut Dessert
📍 654 Geylang Road, Singapore 389584
🌐 https://sweethut.sg/
🍴 [Self Funded]

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Caught wind of the new Sweethut at Geylang Road — a new establishment which focuses on serving up Chinese desserts and light bites near Lorong 37 Geylang which had recently garnered quite a crowd being an establishment decked out in a fun dining environment (think lighted dice stools paired with rubric cube stools, fooseball table etc.) that opens till 4am; a great supper haunt in the neighbourhood that boasts of plenty of options for late night hangouts even in these post-Circuit Breaker times.

Found ourselves going for the Durian Sago which was a pretty safe option to have here — coming with sago pearls, shaved ice, durian flesh and coconut cream, the dessert was light and refreshing whilst carrying a variety of textures from the chewy sago pearls to the fibrous durian flesh. The durian flesh was pretty fresh; carrying a distinct sweetness and the pungent flavour of the king of fruits that was pretty much the main star of the entire dessert — a classic combination of elements that simply delivers.

While the food is pretty decent overall (skip the bland Bird Nest here though), there is much more left to be desired when it comes to the management of the entire establishment — messy queues with staff constantly trying to figure out if the patrons are ending up in the wrong queue and all; pretty haphazard and does not really work well for the patron’s dining experience overall. Perhaps somewhere I would probably consider returning to when the hype dies down.

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