Nine Fresh is a local Singaporean brand that serves taiwanese desserts. Their desserts are made and served fresh daily.
Nine Fresh Desserts Taiwan Hot
Toa Payoh Lorong 6 Blk 520 #01-50
Open 11AM - 10PM
Sun Plaza #B1-36 (next to Sembawang MRT)
Open 10AM - 10PM
Yew Tee Point #B1-42
Open 1030AM - 10PM
Ang Mo Kio Central Blk 703 #01-2533
Open 10AM - 1030PM
The Seletar Mall #B1-K3, 33 Sengkang West Avenue
Mon - Fri 11AM - 10PM
Sat & Sun 10AM - 10PM
Paya Lebar Square #01-49
Open 11AM - 10PM
169 Stirling Road #01-1149
Mon - Fri 11AM - 930PM
Sat, Sun & Public Holiday 10AM - 930PM
Tiong Bahru Plaza #B1-135
Jurong Point Shopping Centre #B1-K3
(re-opening on 1 February 2016)
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A sweet deal from Taiwan
Taiwan is known for many things. Their mandopop singers, their glorious bubble tea - Gong Cha, please don’t ever leave us again - and of course, their notable taiwanese desserts like the ones served at Nine Fresh.
While we're eternally grateful to Blackball for bringing Taiwanese desserts to our shores, an average of $6 a bowl might not be too easy on the pocketbook. Nine Fresh provides a much cheaper alternative, with most of its selections priced only around $2-$3 for a rather large serving.
Nine Fresh is also readily available, with as many as 15 outlets scattered around our little island. While Blackball remains my undefeated champion taste-wise, it's no denying that for what it's worth, Nine Fresh’s desserts still exceed expectations.
Novelty dessert to spice up your life
This cafe sells a unique dessert from Taiwan. The dessert base is the usual beancurd and grass jelly, and on top you get little mochi balls of different flavours. They are very chewy and taste like tang yuans, but flavoured and without the fillings.
You can also get various toppings like peanuts and pearls, as well as a shot of Nine Fresh brand condensed milk to top it all off. If you are health conscious you can choose to give the milk a miss, it's what makes this dessert so delicious.