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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Hee Kee Desserts

Hee Kee Desserts has been in operations recently after a long renovation period. Ever since her novelty (a few days back), it had been drawing curious consumers' attention like me. Thus, I quickly fixed a date with my pals to check out his Hong Kong desserts together.

Hee Kee Store Front

Her interior design had displayed the style of a modern dessert cafe where you can find in Hong Kong. Steamed Milk & bird-nest were seen as well, featuring those popular Hong kong Desserts.

Interior Environment
Specializing in Hong Kong dessert, I would say that their variety is way lesser than its competitor which is located about 100m away, Ji De Chi (记得吃). Perhaps the only starring item they had over them is its Custard Egg Yolk Rice Balls and Bird Nest Menu, other than that, the desserts items were very typical.

Sesame paste was a total letdown. Firstly it was not warm enough then it was not that smooth and was rather watery. A vast difference from what we had expected. In the end we had almost the whole bowl left untouched. This had caught the person In-Charge's attention and she had confronted us to take our feedback. Service wise is still average and she had offered us for another bowl of dessert but we rejected.

Sesame Paste - $3.80

Mango sago with pamelo is top in my dessert list whenever I see them in the menu. It was kind of disappointing when the pulps of pomelo tasted bitter and mango tasted raw. Sweet taste is very lacking, it did not give the right punch into the stomach to someone who love such dessert.

Mango Sago with Pomelo - $4.50

The difference between this and the former is perhaps its cost which was additional of $2 for the mango sorbet that topped the bowl of dessert.

Mango Sago with Pomelo and mango - $6.50

One of its signature desserts, Custard Egg Yolk Rice Ball in Osmanthus Soup. Soup was not really warm with hints of ginger and Osmanthus smell was not very obvious or close to none.

Liu Sha Tang Yuen in Osmanthus Soup (Hot) - $3.80

The combination of the mushiness from glutinous rice balls with the sandy texture of Custard Egg Yolk did not appeal to me.

Custard and Salted Egg Yolk Fillings

Perhaps this had marked my first and also the last trip to Hee Kee. The replacement of Lucky Dessert Stall to Hee Kee doesn't really turn things out well. Little Moo is going back to patronise Ji De Chi.

Rating: 2.5 / 5

Hee Kee Desserts 囍記
Location: Jurong Point, 1 Jurong West Central 2 #03-54/55(JP2), Singapore 648886

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