Seen and heard of the best of local Singaporean Food
Everyone craves for something sweet now and then, especially to end a nice meal or just to brighten your day after a hard day’s work.
Nonetheless, you may not always want a creamy cake but yearn for something closer to home. Our local desserts such as cheng tng, ice kacang or bubur chacha still hit the spot when we are in the mood for something sweet.
Mei Heong Yuen Dessert
This shop is well known for carrying the “Farmer” brand of groundnuts as well as their dessert pastes such as almond paste, sesame paste, walnut paste and more. They have added Taiwan shaved ice to their menu as well.
67 Temple Street, Singapore 058611
Soon Huat Cold & Hot Dessert
Serving traditional desserts since 1972, Soon Huat sells favourites such as cheng tng, bubur hitam and tau suan.
Blk 105 Market, Hougang Avenue 1, #01-43, Singapore 530105
Qing Tian Hot & Cold Desserts
You won’t miss this store filled with Mickey Mouse memorabilia and with the uncle breakdancing to Hokkien songs. Aside from the quirkiness, Qing Tian has a wonderful ice kacang.
Blk 85 Redhill Lane, #01-60, Redhill Food Centre, Singapore 150079
75 Ah Balling Peanut Soup
This ah balling – or tang yuan stall has franchises around the island with ginger soup or peanut soup. The ah balling also has unique flavours such as green tea and yam.
Golden Mile Food Centre, 505 Beach Road, #01-75, Singapore 199583