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This little coffee shop, Sin Seng Huat, is right at the junction of the Tanjung Bungah / Leader Garden traffic lights. It's a small little coffee shop on the opposite side (next to the old Kapitan Nasi Kandar shop). This place is inside the coffee shop, and it only sells at night.
hAppYHapPy posted tailim.blogspot.com 499 Reviews
A night of plentiful food for a good occasion and tomorrow was going to be a big day for Go & Well. Let's eat, drink & be merry!!!
This place not only serves desserts,they have set meals for lunch too.
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So what can one dine in a Chinese dessert shop? Of course Sugar Dynasty does offer choices of main dishes as well, so its patrons can either dine in and request for dessert later, or just visit the shop after their dinner somewhere else to sample its dessert. For patrons dining around the area, they can ask for the dessert to be delivered to the dinning spot as well, as Sugar Dynasty has an understanding with the owners around Nagore Road. If you are not sure, do ask the shop owner in which you are dining in about this, and if the owner disagrees to it, you can always visit Sugar Dynasty after your dinner. Except for a certain few choices, most of the dishes in the menu are offered as set meals, which is what I loved about it. All are served with a cup of herbal tea as long as they are listed as available as set meals. The reason that I loved these fried dishes from Sugar Dynasty is that they are generously served with button mushrooms and prawns, the former of which is my favorite and the latter is rarely served nowadays. The dishes are neither large nor small, leaving just enough to stuff yourself with desserts later on. Of course, what is the point of a dessert shop without its share of dessert? Sugar Dynasty has 2 kinds of desserts, the warm ones and the cold ones; if you are not sure, the waiter is always happy to answer your question.