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☀️❄️ Beat the heat with these 4 dessert places!

Singapore's weather getting you down? Take the heat away with some sweet treats!

1. Wan Wan Thai Cafe

Photo credits: Wan Wan Thai Cafe Facebook

You may have seen this neon pink lighted cafe along the road near to the NAFA campuses. The inside of the cafe is super aesthetic, with its neon signs and grassy walls.


That's not to say the desserts slack off! Wan Wan Thai Cafe's menu boasts of an array of thick toasts and bingsu. We suggest the Strawberry Banana Bingsu ($14.90), with fluffy shaved ice and condensed milk and tart strawberries to balance the sweetness.


Photo credits: Wan Wan Thai Cafe Facebook


Want something other than dessert? Aroy Dee Thai Food have the same owners and is housed in the unit under Wan Wan, perfect for some late night supper.


📍Location: 127A Bencoolen St, #02-127, Singapore 189637 ⏱️Opening Hours: 12.30pm - 3am


2. Ah Chew Dessert

Photo credits: Ah Chew Desserts 阿秋甜品 Facebook

Many already know Ah Chew Dessert. Opened in 2003, Ah Chew Dessert has become a staple in late night dessert when you're in Bugis. With its iconic traditional Chinese decor, you can be sure to expect pretty pictures while chilling and waiting for your food.


Photo credits: Ah Chew Desserts 阿秋甜品 Facebook


Get the popular Mango Sago at $4.30, or try the Watermelon Sago at $3.80 for a refreshing treat. You can also get a Black Glutinous Rice at $3.50 on cooler, rainier nights. There are few better places to find Chinese desserts.


📍Location:

1) 1 Liang Seah Street, #01-10/11 Liang Seah Place, Singapore 189032

2) 181 Thomson Road, Goldhill Shopping Centre, Singapore 307627

⏱️Opening Hours: See branch opening hours here!



3. Oriental Ice Bistro

Photo credits: Seth Lui

Conveniently located near Farrer Park MRT, Oriental Ice Bistro is a Halal-certified, Muslim-owned bingsu cafe!


Photo credits: Oriental Ice Bistro Facebook


What you definitely want to try are options such as the Overdose Bingsu ($26.90) which are absolutely loaded with ingredients like chocolate, banana, matcha azuki and three ice cream scoops! Bring your friends to battle this monster of a dessert, and get the pretty fun experience of injecting the milk into your bingsu.


📍Location: 89 Rangoon Rd, #01-02, Singapore 218375 ⏱️Opening Hours: 5pm - 10pm

Closed on Thursdays and Public Holidays!



4. Old Amoy Chendol


$2 cendol, anybody? With each component made in house, from the red beans that are made daily to the owner travelling personally to Sarawak to buy the gula melaka, this cendol is one of the best in Singapore.

Photo credits: Old Amoy Chendol Facebook

Old Amoy Chendol only sells cendol, and you can see the confidence they have in their single item menu! It's definitely a must try for any cendol lover.


📍Location: 335 Smith St, Chinatown Complex, #02-008, Singapore 050335 ⏱️Opening Hours: 10.30am - 6pm


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