Dessert, Chinese Restaurants in Malaysia – 21 Restaurants
Value SET LUNCH is available on MON - SAT
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 471 ReviewsExceptional
The glutinous rice balls are filled with black sesame are very delicious. The ginger soup is very spicy and it is really fit this whole dessert. However, I still feel that I prefer to have peanuts filling rather than black sesame.
This is a true recognition of the care and effort they put into making the dessert place a special place for guests to stay and dine. Step One : Choose Snowflake, Tohua or Memorable series. Step Two : Select a sub-series choice. For Snowflake series, select your Snowflake flavor. Grass Jelly series, Taro Ball series or Soya Ice series. Step Three : Pay up and receive UFO remote token (note : never place the token in your pants pocket!) Step Four : Choose either to wait for your order outside the shop or in one corner of the shop looking like a school kid punished for being late to class. Step Five : Your token vibrates. You can collect your order at the delivery counter.
malaysiacuisine.com posted www.malaysiacuisine.com 127 ReviewsExceptional
If you ever been to Snowflake Desserts, it lets you indulge in natural and authentic Taiwanese desserts which is guaranteed to tantalize your taste buds. Personally, Snowflake had always been my favourite desserts gourmet compared to other branches as their servings are perfectly prepared with the right amount of sweetness.
The stall has more add-ons than any regular stall for their sweet peanut soup. Instead of serving the dessert with Chinese crullers (you tiao), they even have steamed sweet potatoes and yam to add in the peanut soup.
This almond dessert is pretty much an acquired taste, for it has been described by its non-fans as foul smelling (mostly described as medicinal smelling or like cockroaches!) & unappetizing.
summerkid posted summerkid123.blogspot.com 235 Reviews
I think the only thing that I liked was only the braised chicken feet and pipping hot fried yam pastry.
Enquire for their ‘kuai leng ko’ it tastes sweet and bitter at then end. The texture is more like ‘kuih’ rather than the usual agar-agar or jelly texture.
GourmetGarden posted www.gourmetgarden.com.my 196 Reviews
Slightly on the high side but if the ingredients are of good quality the it should be justifiable.