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Yat Ka Yan

25 Wishlisted
~$5/pax
Traditional Cantonese homemade desserts & snacks

190 Middle Road
#02-08 Fortune Centre
Singapore 188979

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Friday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

This is why we're here and they absolutely nailed it. I think it's my number one in a different sort of way from Amoy street chendol. So bloody good

The coconut cream is home churned apparently and it's so rich. Absolutely incredible with their gula melaka that they sourced. And their chendol itself had a strong pandan flavour as it's made in house. The pandan flavour, creaminess and sweetness of the chendol is almost remniscent of the Kaya layer in many kuehs, instead of the usual tasteless limp artificial chendol u get elsewhere.

Lets just say if they werent in fortune centre they would be an institution. Must try!

P. S. My friend adorably asked why a cantonese dessert place sells chendol and i told him dont question if it's this good. But the nice chef said they're a small place without much human traffic so really need to diversify lol

It's smooth but it doesnt taste like a dessert. It's like chawanmushi with sugar. Not really my thing, and it's served really hot. My friend burned his mouth on the first bite lol(always let your dining partner try the hot stuff first hahaha)

Beat the heat at this family-run, no-frills dessert spot on the second floor of Fortune Centre. The sweet and creamy Chendol ($3.20) sees crushed ice on coconut milk, red beans and green jelly on the side drizzled in gula Melaka. Alternatively, have their silky smooth Steamed Egg ($3) spiked with ginger for something super refreshing.
Photo by Burppler Maureen Ow

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Chendol which comprises a small mountain of crushed ice sitting in a generous amount of coconut milk, sweet red beans and green jelly on the side, and a drizzle of Gula Melaka

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/yat-ka-yan-dessert/

Cendol Was Very Tasty And Ice Was Shaved Finely And The Taste Was Great!

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From the new Yat Ka Yan at Fortune Centre, located at Level 2 just a few doors away from Motsu-Ya, serving up Cantonese and local desserts with a couple of light bites such as Yam Cake, Glutinous Rice and more.

Went with Steamed Egg, available only as a hot dessert. Featuring a wobbly egg custard, the Steamed Egg comes silky smooth; pretty slurpy and slides into the throat easily. Coming with a mellow sweetness just for flavour, the slight contrast provided by the ginger helps to keep things refreshing as one goes through the entire portion of the dessert. A very well-executed dessert that we would not mind having again.

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