After a delightful dinner, we decided to go for desserts to sweeten up our tastebud after a collagen filled steamboat at Bijin Nabe Steamboat. The dessert shop was located in the same building at B2 level.
It was almost 9pm, but the crowd is still there. We first find a good seating before ordering and paying for our desserts at the counter near the shop front.
Mango lovers, Mango Snow Ice will be a perfect dessert for you ! Mango snow ice with chunks of fresh mango will just satisfy your appetite for mango.
The Chendol Snow Ice is a new innovation for the traditional dessert. The coconut milk ice was shaved into thin layers and with other main ingredients generously spread across the plate. Whlie the Gula Melaka (Palm Sugar Syrup) is available over the counter and you can just pour the amount according to your taste.
Another great hit for mango lovers. The Mango with Pomelo & Sago. I believe that taste would not be of much difference from those served in other dessert shops, but usually during ordering of the dessert, the person will inform you that the mango might be sweet or slightly sour. Great service.
One of Mei Heong Yuan’s signature dessert – Mango Pudding. Matter of fact that we actually went down to Chinatown Point again to eat the dessert. May not has the best of appearance in the plastic cup, but tasted fantastic.
I might be slightly traditional and I ordered the Water Chestnut Cakes. The texture is close to agar agar with strips of chestnut. The dessert is very cooling, especially if you just took it out from the fridge. A good dessert for hot weather in Singapore.
After two continuous days of dessert-ing at Mei Heong Yuen, they have really re-invented traditional desserts into new looks but keeping its original taste. Great dessert at a reasonable price.
Mei Heong Yuan Dessert
#B2-32/33, Chinatown Point
133 New Bridge Road
Tel: +65 65383892
Operating Hours: 11.00am to 10.00pm daily.