It is getting difficult to find such a traditional dessert even in a food centre and this is one of those remaining stalls that was founded on 1 June 1966. They are serving mainly traditional Cantonese style desserts and the flavors have left unchanged for the past 46 years. They are using their recipes that have been handed down from the past generation and is still preparing them the traditional way even using a 42 years old stone grinder.
I went for the Black Glutinous Rice for $1.50. The friendly lady at the stall asked me whether i want it with coconut milk. I nodded my head. She then said, "We are very generous when giving it the coconut milk. And, i will keep pouring it until you say stop." And, she really meant it. She went ahead to pour it and even almost caused it to overflow but i managed to stop just before that happened. She said, "We know that it tastes better with more coconut milk and we do not want to deprive our customers from having it."
Some of the desserts that they serve are Sesame Paste, Peanut Paste, Almond Paste and Walnut Paste. Other than those pastes, there are also Green Bean with Herbal Grass, Red Bean with Peanut and Gingko Barley. They also serve Sweet Potato with Ginger on Thursdays & Sundays, Six Flavors Chng Tng on Mondays & Wednesdays, Pumpkin Corn on Wednesdays and Sundays, Bobo Chacha on Fridays and also White Sesame or Roasted Peanut Tang Yuen on everyday except Fridays & Saturdays.
I enjoyed what i had tasted and definitely will go back for more.
115 TANG SHUI
Block 335 Smith Street #02-206 Chinatown Complex Food Centre SINGAPORE 050336
Operating Hours: 7.30 am to 5.00 pm (Closed on Tuesdays)