Saturday, March 7, 2009

Dessert Hut 甜品小屋 @ Singapore

While I was doing housekeeping on my harddisk, I found out this food post was inadvertently missed out in my Singapore trip. That's one of the issues with digital camera, unlike film camera era, it virtually costs nothing to take more photos. But when come to file management, that's where the pain comes. Sometimes thousands of photos were taken in a short trip, and to go through each of them is an eye strain, you could easily miss out some scenes that you wanted to share.

Anyway, good things can be shared anytime, no date line. :)

This is the hut located in a building around China Town area in Singapore...


As its name suggests, the hut is selling dessert, Chinese dessert to be exact...


It was so crowded that we waited a while before we got our table...


The menu...


No photos of how did the actual serving look like. Frankly, the outlook of the serving wasn't as attractive as the menu, but taste was good. As I always say, sweet things are easily favorable by many as long as it's not very sweety like eating plain sugar.

I guess this type of dessert restaurant can be easily found in Kiasu Land, but not in Malaysia. Even if we could find one over here in Bulleh Land like KTZ 记得食, the varieties are much lesser and typically the menu does not have the traditional Chinese desserts like the menu above. Moreover, the price is not cheap to enjoy it as dessert, it's priced more or less the same you pay for your main meals, not economically worth for a bowl of dessert like this. The only restaurant that I used to frequent was in section 21, Paramount, PJ...


It's a stall in a typical kopitiam, GPS coordinates (estimate) N3 06.609 E101 37.294 and business from 5:30pm onwards. The stall closes business once a week, but I can't remember the day. May be I shall drop by on one of the days when heading home from work.