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My experience at Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert (Tampines 1)

Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert is located at the Basement of Tampines 1 and they have several outlets in Singapore already. They have been known for their famous authentic and delicious desserts served at their restaurant. I was contented and excited to try their desserts because I saw many people having it! I have ever dined here before and tired their Wanton Noodles! And here's a plus point, they sell Dim Sum too! I believe it's definitely an all-in-one place where you can find mouth-watering desserts and also at the same time find your favourite cantonese food that will boost your taste buds!! 


Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert is located opposite Unity and Each A Cup and beside Toast Box. Located at quite a prominent location which is easy to spot. You would have to place your order and pay at the counter first, before the food will be served.


This was the menu displayed on their board. You specialized in selling desserts and also Cantonese Tim Sum. With so many choices to offer, you would be in a dilemma as you have no idea what to choose to eat first! I'm actually a big fan of Black Sesame Dessert and they actually have Ying Yang too (Which is half almond have black sesame)!
In additional, they also offer tang yuan (Glutinous rice) too!

Sheng Kee Mango Hor Fun


Price: $5.90

The first dessert kicked off with Sheng Kee Mango Hor Fun! Which is very remarkable and special. I've never seen hor fan in a sweet dessert before and I bet many of you guys never seen this too! The mango was very well blended with the hor fan just that it's a little bit too sweet for me. I would prefer for this dessert to be less sweeter, usually I will just add water to dilute the taste. The mango was tangy as it was full of flavour.

Lemongrass Jelly with Strawberry and Aloe Vera

Price: $4.30

Nothing beats but a refreshing bowl of lemongrass jelly to beat the hot and humid weather in Singapore. The taste was appealing, not that sweet nor insipid. Thus it creating an inviting taste that makes you invigorate and hyped up!  Serving portion was decent and able to be shared among 2 people. Plus points for cube strawberries and aloe veras.

Durian Sago

Price: $5.90

For durian lovers, this would definitely be your favourite as it was mine too! For a price of $5.90 was I think it is value for money. The taste was pleasing and satisfying. Would serve as a rich and thirst-quenching dessert if you are yearning for Durian as it files up your senses and taste buds! Yums! I'm definitely coming back for more desserts! Overall, this place would be a pit stop if you are looking for sweet and authentic desserts from Hong Kong. Try their warm desserts as well!


Address:
Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert
10 Tampines Central 1 
#B1-K12
Tampines 1


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