Yatkayan Dessert (Fortune Centre)

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Traditional Cantonese homemade desserts & snacks

190 Middle Road
#02-08 Fortune Centre
Singapore 188979

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01:30pm - 05:30pm
07:00pm - 10:00pm


01:30pm - 05:30pm
07:00pm - 10:00pm

01:30pm - 05:30pm
07:00pm - 10:00pm

01:30pm - 05:30pm
07:00pm - 11:00pm

01:30pm - 05:30pm
07:00pm - 11:00pm

01:30pm - 05:30pm
07:00pm - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Had the chendol ($4) & purple rice ice cream ($5.50) at a town area.

I would say for the location and atmosphere, price is reasonable and quality is not bad.

Would not mind to try again if I am in bugis area

- Not too sweet and the hot dessert paired well with the ice cream that’s quite creamy, though it’d be better if it’s coconut-flavoured🍦
- Rice was slightly nutty chewy, completely covered in coconut milk which was very fragrant! [8/10]

- Thick velvety texture with chunks of yam that melted in my mouth 🤤
- Less starchy than other dessert spots I’ve tried with a more distinct natural sweetness!
- Hints of shallot oil flavour and warm milk added a rich creaminess 🥛
- Very generous with ginkgo nuts. [9/10]

long queue but worth the wait!

This place needs no introduction, as they are so famous for their oriental desserts! Most people go for their Chendol dessert, but I think standards for their Chendol might have decreased. However, I am happy to report that their other oriental desserts fare way better!

Their Orh Ni ($5.80) may come in a small bowl, but it was a quality bowl. The yam used was very rich and aromatic, and I love how you taste the natural yam flavour more without it being too sweet. The coconut milk on top made the dessert even richer, while the fresh ginko nut added texture.

The Fresh Mango Sago with Ice Cream ($6.50) was terrific as well, as it wasn't overly sweet or surfeiting! The mango flavour is strong, and I especially loved the touch of the ice cream as it wasn't too sweet and it added extra milky flavour to the dish. This may be one of the best I've had actually.

Lastly, the Chendol ($3.80) was unfortunately disappointing as the Gula Melaka was somehow not rich, and I don't get much coconut flavours as well. Somehow, this was much more bland than I remembered.

Nonetheless, I will still come back for their other dessert options!

Finally tried their chendol after a long time lol. But then their chendol ($3.80) was really homemade taste tbh especially green jelly. Gula melaka taste quite nice tbh also but too sweet for me tbh.