Monday, September 14, 2009

Colourful Bowls of Desserts @ Little Penang Cafe

Red Ruby with Strips of Jackfruit- RM5.90

Desserts are a vital part of a meal, I am sure many out there will agree with me (especially the girls *wink*). A good dessert can end the meal on a high note, whereas a bad one will leave you hanging there, angry and disappointed... and leave you feeling empty even after you have had a full meal.

So here's 2 of my favourite oriental/asian desserts (wanted to say Malaysian but I think red ruby is made famous from Thai, also known as tub tim krob?). The red ruby is made to look like mock promegranate but actually it's made of water chestnut. Top it with ice shavings and coconut milk and strips of jackfruits, this dessert is just yummilicious!

Cendol- RM5.90

Looks like the cendol is not from Malaysia either, haha. Read from Wiki that it originated from Jakarta, Indonesia. I guess cendol is such a common type of dessert that it needs no introduction anymore?

Aaaaahhhhh, would love a bowl of this dessert now.

Little Penang Cafe
G43, Ground Floor,
The Curve.

[disclaimer: the opinions expressed here are based on my personal views, tastebuds and preference and may vary for others. please dont sue me, i dont have money. kthxbye.]


Calvin Goh Seow Chung said...

Red ruby's my favorite!!!!

YilingL said...

Ya I know :p

jason said...

I first tried red ruby in BKK. Didn't know that we have it here too that time :p

YilingL said...

Haha that must be yonks ago! Red ruby desserts are a common sight now, can find it at Thai places or even places like Litte Pg Cafe/kopitiams!

eiling said...

I like the Red Ruby there too with the jackfruit strips! yummy

Bearbee Foodstop said...

Never tried Little Penang before, look delicious!! Yummy, yummy!!

YilingL said...

Yeah it's good.

Bearbee Foodstop,
U should try!

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