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Dessert Monster
8.00
| Recommend
Suitable For: info
Hygiene Grading Scheme A
Price Average: $5.5 -
Price Range: ~ $5 -
Signature: Chendol Delight,Monster Taho!
Tags: Brown Sugar Pearly Chocolate Milk, Taho
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Chinatown's Hidden Gem, Dessert Monster was opened by Mr. Rich Koh, a former Fashion Designer who decided to take an ambitious career switch. This Filipino franchise has expanded beyond Singapore's shores to Thailand and Vietnam. The only store across the island that sells Filipino Breakfast staple Taho! Highly raved by the Filipino community here in Singapore, who often patronise the store on weekends.
Taho is similar to Singapore's Tau Huay, a type of Tofu dessert. Uses Gula Melaka. You'll definitely fall in love with these eye-catching treats!

Chinatown's Hidden Gem, Dessert Monster was opened by Mr. Rich Koh, a former Fashion Designer who decided to take an ambitious career switch. This Filipino franchise has expanded beyond Singapore's shores to Thailand and Vietnam. The only store across the island that sells Filipino Breakfast staple Taho! Highly raved by the Filipino community here in Singapore, who often patronise the store on weekends.
Taho is similar to Singapore's Tau Huay, a type of Tofu dessert. Uses Gula Melaka. You'll definitely fall in love with these eye-catching treats!

I found this store on the Basement 1 floor of Chinatown's People's Park Centre. I had to give Taho a try. The owner even spoke Japanese, and very sincerely told me to try the Hot Taho. Apparently for Taho, you get to choose between hot or cold. From the assortment of toppings, I added Black Pearls. The base was very similar to Singapore's Tau Huay, but the Gula Melaka syrup drizzled over was very refreshing, making it thick, creamy and very sweet. My friend who came along with me chose Chendol with ice-cream. Between Coconut and Durian flavour, although Mr. Koh recommended the Durian flavour, my friend chose the coconut ice-cream instead. Rich, creamy taste! The menu was catered to Singaporeans' tastebuds, with Bubble Tea, Thai Milk Tea, Grass Jelly, etc. A sweet treat for children and adults alike!

I found this store on the Basement 1 floor of Chinatown's People's Park Centre. I had to give Taho a try. The owner even spoke Japanese, and very sincerely told me to try the Hot Taho. Apparently for Taho, you get to choose between hot or cold. From the assortment of toppings, I added Black Pearls. The base was very similar to Singapore's Tau Huay, but the Gula Melaka syrup drizzled over was very refreshing, making it thick, creamy and very sweet. My friend who came along with me chose Chendol with ice-cream. Between Coconut and Durian flavour, although Mr. Koh recommended the Durian flavour, my friend chose the coconut ice-cream instead. Rich, creamy taste! The menu was catered to Singaporeans' tastebuds, with Bubble Tea, Thai Milk Tea, Grass Jelly, etc. A sweet treat for children and adults alike!

Erika

Erika

University Student / Duration of stay 18 years

歌・言語学習・ジャーナリング


Dessert Monster


OPENING HOURS

※The shop's opening hours may vary due to COVID-19.

Closed Thu 08:00~20:00

Address

#B1-08A, People's Park Centre, 101 UPPER CROSS STREET, 058357

Phone

+65 8118 4347

Modes of Payment

Cash only

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LAST UPDATE: 24/Sep/2021

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