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Munnies Desserts at Seng Hing Chinese Restaurant

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Published April 18th 2012
I finished my architecture studio class around 6pm this evening and I was extremely tired, exhausted and hungry (like seriously craving for tummy-satisfying dinner). Anyway, I decided to get some Chinese food take away at Seng Hing Chinese restaurant nearby Monash University and Caulfield Train Station.

While I was waiting for my take away food, I "discovered" some new desserts that they are selling. According to the shop lady, these desserts are supplied by Munnies Desserts. I reckon this is a new desserts supplier. The lady also mentioned that they are also supplying to the Asian cafe inside the Coles Caulfield building and Carnegie.

I bought all the three types of sweet soup desserts from the restaurant in the end because they look extremely delicious and tagged with a very lovely logo.

Boys and girls, here you go. :)
Barley Beancurd Sweet Soup

This is my very first time of trying the combination of barley and beancurd in sweet soup. You might find it weird when you heard about it. But trust me, it is really nice to try. I reckon they cooked the barley and beancurd in sweet soy milk and it tastes really smooth together with some flavour of soy and the barley are nice to chew, too.

Sweet Coconut Sago Desset

Sago dessert is always my favourite. This sago dessert is quite distinctive with the usual one. You can taste the full flavour of coconut milk together with chewy sago in every mouthful. And the taste of flavoursome palm sugar. The soup is just nice in its sweetness. I highly recommend you check this out before they are sold out.

More pics of my favourite sago desset. :)
Sago, sago, sago

Lastly, I would like to introduce the red bean sweet soup.
Red Bean Dessert

Sorry guys, I was extremely full after a big meal with two desserts in a go. I have not tried this yet and I am more than happy to leave this to you (especially for those who stay near Caulfield and Carnegie) to try it out.

Oh yes, I have forgotten to mention that their price is good and worth its big portion. They are selling for only $3.50 per tub.

Lets check it out and share with me what you think. :)

PS: You can buy it from Seng Hing Chinese Restaurant near Caulfield Train Station and the Asian Grocery Cafe in Coles Caulfield.
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Where: Melbourne Inner Suburb: Caulfield, Carnegie
Cost: $3.50
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I went to Seng Hing and they didn't have this dessert.
by jaira (score: 0|2) 3126 days ago
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