Hee Kee Desserts Hot
A local dessert store.
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Desserts on par with those at Hong Kong
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At Hee Kee Desserts, the quality and taste is really on par with some of the best you can find at HongKong!
Traditional steamed milk pudding ($3.50)
This is definitely one of my all-time favourite! What makes the traditional steamed milk pudding such a tantalizing dish is the texture of it. It is slightly wobbly and incredibly silky smooth without any air bubbles. It should be soft enough to melt in your mouth but not too watery. This has the perfect balance and the fragrance of the milk is simply too addictive.
Homemade beancurd with Gula Melaka ($3.30)
The Gula Melaka syrup added a hint of sweetness to the silky homemade beancurd with a slight camarelized taste. It would have been better if the taste of Gula Melaka syrup had slightly more flavour in it. This was one of my least favourite among the top 6 desserts, but the smooth texture of the homemade beancurd ought to deserve some credits.
Whole coconut with coconut ice cream & peanut crush ($8.80)
Having the whole coconut as the base makes eating dessert feel like a tropical vacation and it was served with a refreshing cup of coconut juice! I was enjoying the luscious and creamy coconut ice-cream topped with peanuts that added a good crunch to it. You know how troublesome it is to "dig" the coconut flesh out yourself usually? The white soft coconut flesh was nicely scraped out for us to enjoy conveniently. Mmmmm slurrrrppps!!
Mango Cheong Fun ($3.30 per piece)
Instead of the typical savoury cheong fun you can find in restaurants, you will find yourself hooked onto the sweet version instead! The white slippery coat is made of fragrant and sweet coconut. Take a bite through the surface and you will be blessed with a surprising centre filled with a huge chunk of juicy and fresh mango. I am already in love with the silky smooth skin and the perfect combination of both has just got me addicted all over again.
D24 durian sauce with sago ($5.80)
The durian pulp was so fragrant, rich and creamy! (Of course, only for the durian lovers). In fact, the dish lived up to its name as 'D24 durian' as the flesh was really delicious and flavourful. I can feel it melting in my mouth! The texture of the "sauce" was so thick and filling that I could barely finish everything.
Durian Pancake (From $3.30)
Perfect for durian lovers as well. The durian pancake deserves a huge applause with its smooth consistency of the thin coconut infused skin and the softness of the creamy durian puree. There is an overall burst of flavours that makes one bite never enough!
All the dishes here fit my tastebuds perfectly and I couldn't ask for more! You just have to taste it for yourself! Prices are quite affordable starting from about $3++ only!