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Tuk Tuk Cha's new Thai Chendol Series is generously topped with a decadent variety of Pandan Jelly, Thai Red Ruby and Gula Melaka sauce.

The buttery soft Thai Chendol Shibuya Toast comes in two sized regular at $11.80 and mini at $6.90. Or if you’re on-the-go, then grab the Thai Ice Blended Chendol with Red Ruby ($4.90) and munch on those crunchy red rubies.

Tuk Tuk Cha
Address: 80 Middle Road, M01-K1, Bugis Junction, Singapore 038983
#tuktukchasg #christmas2019 #burpple

Thai Milk Tea & Matcha Shibuya Toast 🥪 Don't really like the matcha one cause the red bean cover all its taste. But good thing the Thai milk tea save the day. It was so gooood (no wonder it has a thumbs up in the menu) and I love how they even have like Thai milk tea powder (??) on the toast to make it even tastier! The toasts are such a perfect combination to the ice cream #myheartapprove for this hehe.
🤑: SGD 11.80 each (Large)
👅: 3.75/5

Love the generous servings of spicy chicken chunks🥰 minus the rice and the assorted veg🤭

Mini Coconut Shibuya Toast from @tuktukcha may be smaller than the regular toast, but still promises the same scoop of cold, refreshing coconut ice cream with loads of coconut flesh and shavings. Aloha in your tum tum 😝

Gloriously air fried fluffy thick toast slathered with salted butter, drizzled with generous caramel and chocolate sauce with honey, slathered with smooth slices of finely shaved coconut and topped with dessicated coconut alongside a large scoop of coconut ice cream; this dish was a pleasant surprise.

The toast whilst retaining its crisp on the outside, boasted such a pillowy soft interior which conjured such a medley of textures in the mouth - not forgetting the fragrance of the salted butter slathered within which greatly elevated the sensation.

What I was really impressed (or rather, surprised) by was the unexpected union of the chocolate and caramel sauces with honey. The caramel sauce had such an aromatic buttery fragrance it didn’t taste like those diabetic-sweet commercial ones, and everything surprisingly went well together without being cloying at all!

The only tiny feedback would be the coconut ice cream though, which tasted relatively artificial and flat compared to the intense flavor of the entire dish. However, that may perhaps also be attributed to how I requested for the ice cream to be served on the side instead of on top the toast - as I usually prefer to taste the individual components of the dish and prefer my toasts neat. Nonetheless, I can imagine how the ice cream will balance out and perhaps even elevate the rest of the dish if it were placed on top for a glorious mess.

Not the cheapest at $11.50, but worth a try for the intriguing medley of textures and flavors whirling in your palate!

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Selections include Taro Latte ($3.80), Purple Taro Smoothie ($5.80) and Purple Taro Shibuya ($11.50). Their signature air-fried thick toast is topped with creamy yam ice cream, small cubes of sweet potato and taro sauce. Just love the taro and toast combination that we quickly devoured it.