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2015-09-20 565 views
The Tranquerah had been a new discovery for my friends and I. It was unfortunate that we only found the place very much after lunch as there were many things on the menu which caught our eye. But we were too full from lunch and was only looking for a nibble - also wanted some nice desserts.Since this was a traditional nyonya style cuisine, the only choice we had were local kind of desserts which I was not that against honestly.Since the weather was blazing hot, we decided to try the Cendol and p
Since this was a traditional nyonya style cuisine, the only choice we had were local kind of desserts which I was not that against honestly.
Though after a few mouthful of this, I could no longer try anymore as the coconut cream was a little too cloying. Even if the combination did taste pretty good.
There's many other dishes on the menu that sounds very tradition peranakan which is something I have yet to have a chance to try. So we will definitely be back here to try all of those.