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People's Park Centre
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Telephone: (65) 6533-1137
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Restaurants » Desserts
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Your one stop solution to your traditional dessert cravings.

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     11 Nov 2012 at 12:12 pm
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    I went to People’s Park Centre to buy something and when I was searching for my intended shop, I saw this dessert store and find the shop layout quite familiar. And I saw a familiar staff also! That was when I realize that this belongs to the same chain dessert store which I patronize at Raffles Place! (The staff probably rotated between the Raffles Place outlet during weekdays and this outlet during weekends.) As it was quite some time that I went to the Raffles Place outlet, so I went into this outlet for my favourite Mango Sago.

    Compared to other places where the base is usually milk (or coconut milk), this one uses a mango-cream base. So every mouthful is definitely full of “mango”, with also occasional mango cubes. They use shaved ice – the dessert is still thick enough when the shaved ice is mixed in, so you can imagine how “solid” is the mango-cream. (see the "before & after" photos)

    Another interesting point about their Mango Sago, is that they use a mix of colourful and clear sago. And its those “bouncy” sago, so as you have every mouthful of the “solid” mango sago, you can have an occasional “pop” feel from the sago.

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    1. sakurrin
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       10 Aug 2008 at 3:17 pm

      AH !!! that shop !! I went there for a few times too ! first time ,i came to know this shop is through my father he packet the Yam cake for me and it taste deliciously ~!

      Another time , i went there was with my friends , and we order different kinds of dessert. i order the yuan2 yang2 ! While my friends - walnut, the mango sango and the milk ( forgot the name but know that the milk is nice )

      other than dessert , i also order Yam cake and chesnut jelly !

      SO overall

      DESSERT - ALMOND 4.5/5 WALNUT 4.5/5 SESEMA 4.5/5 MILK 1.5/ 5 ( THE MOST DISTASTEFUL DESSERT )

      you must be thinking where is the 0.5 ^ ^ Well, there is space for improvements ! :D

      Mango 5/5 Yam cake 3.5 ( not too good for those who are on diet ! Chesnut jelly cake 2/5 ( NORMAL ) !

      I will upload pics when i go there again ^ ^

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      1. Pharque
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         20 Mar 2008 at 2:30 am

        My mom brought me to try that locally famous (for now) dessert hut near her workplace in Chinatown that day, I heard big fuss about it from my friends and from TV.

        My mum had the Walnut cream and it was hella fragrant. The waitress auntie recommended almond and sesame cream (mixed, they called it yuan2 yang2)....

        Personally, I am a bigbigbig fan of almond flavour that some people hate...I hate mango, but I have heard the Mango chilled dessert is awesome too...

        Though the Sesame was great, it was really rough on the throat, it made my throat realllllllllly DRIED Up...and the almond didn't really help.

        I ended up only drinking the almond center....superb. Was no more than $2.50...was really cheap.

        Next time the xmas gift for my whole class will be dessert right to my school LOL.

        Then, it was saturday so there was the steam egg custard, aka 'dandan'...

        Though the ones in HK are better, i guess it's the best i can get in sg....

        Slurp!

        anytime again!

        (P.S. Heard that those almond walnut etc are all grinded by the dessert house by their own machines they invented!)

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