When it comes to the king of fruits, it’s either you love it or you hate it. And to the ones who love it, there are several dessert options that take the pungent, creamy fruit to the next level.
As a soft serve, piped into a pastry, infused into local desserts or even into a cake, and so much more, durian’s application is basically boundless. If you’re as mad about durian desserts as we are, you’ll be thrilled to know that there is much more than just your average durian puff. Here is our guide on 16 durian desserts in Singapore.
We may be biased, but is there a more interesting fruit than durian? We don’t think so. Apart from eating it au naturel, many desserts and pastries are infused with this aromatic (or pungent, if you hate them) fruit which comes with a mixture of sweet and bitter flavours.
It is an open secret that Singaporeans go nuts for the best durian desserts in the city. However, not many are aware that restaurants, cafes and bakeries are always experimenting with the King of Fruits to bring about crazy and intriguing new durian creations—for example, durian steamboat. Yes, you can find that in Singapore.
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Durian is known as the King of Fruits, and you either love or hate it; there is no in between.
The tropical fruit possesses a complex mix of bitterness, sweetness, fragrance and pungent smell. And though you can eat them all year round, there are actually seasons for the durian – where you can find the most variety at very competitive prices.
Otherwise, we actually appreciate durian desserts on regular days. And these are the many ways we can satisfy our cravings for the spiky fruit.
From Taste Better’s Durian Soft Serve Ice Cream (S$3.80++), Mei Heong Yuen Dessert’s Durian Snow Ice (S$5) to House Of Rice Roll and Porridge’s Durian Chee Cheong Fun (S$5.90), here is our take on the 10 Best Durian Desserts in Singapore.
Nestled in between the shophouses on Joo Chiat Road is Sinpopo Brand, one of our favourite cafes with a strong touch of nostalgia. The cafe boasts a retro rustic ambience – think wooden tables, checkered floor tiles, antique light bulbs, Bruce Lee posters and songs from the 60′s.
Nothing spells comfort to a Singaporean more than Nasi Lemak and Hor Fun – which is exactly what Sinpopo Brand is known for. However, what distinguishes Sinpopo Brand from the usual hawker centre food besides the vintage interiors of the cafe, is how they deliver local food that comes with a twist.
On our previous visit, we shared several of our favourite bites from Sinpopo Brand. Since then, the concept cafe has introduced new additions. There is a Salted Vegetable Duck Soup that totally reminded us of grandma’s cooking, a Muah Chee Salad and an extremely photogenic Gula Melaka Chendol Parfait!
Readers of Ladyironchef can enjoy any dessert for just S$5 with any 2 main dishes or Nasi Lemak for Two ordered.
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Taste Better – Malaysia’s popular One-Bite durian puff is now available in Singapore.
This should be great news for many because durian is such a well-loved tropical fruit and any durian product always gets everyone excited. Fans of Taste Better’s one-bite durian puffs can finally have them here in Singapore without crossing the causeway!
There are currently two places in Singapore where you can get your hands on these awesome one-bite durian puffs – one at VivoCity and one at Punggol Waterway Point.
From now till 13 June 2016, our readers can quote “ladyironchef” to enjoy a 1-for-1 promotion on Taste Better’s 2pcs Durian Puff pack. This simply means you will get 4 durian puffs for the price of 2.