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Bing Tang Tang Shui: Retro Office-Themed Cafe with Chinese Desserts and Savory Treats


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Enter a charming retro office-themed cafe situated in the picturesque Thomson Hill Drive. Here, you'll discover a delightful fusion of Chinese desserts infused with floral notes and an array of savory treats, all available until the late hours. The cafe's interior is a captivating visual journey, adorned with vintage wooden office desks, antique-style table signs, retro brick mobile phones, and an eclectic assortment of antique memorabilia, collectively transporting you back in time.


Indulge in an ethereal culinary experience with their Osmanthus Tang Yuan dessert. Soft, chewy sesame-filled rice balls elegantly rest upon a bed of crushed ice, creating a delightful interplay of textures. These delectable rice balls are generously drizzled with a sweet and tangy purple goji berry syrup, floating in a fragrant fermented rice milk sauce infused with Hakka yellow wine and zesty lemon. To complete this masterpiece, a delicate osmanthus caramel imparts a subtle floral fragrance.


Savor the Pearl Chrysanthemum-infused Orh Nee, a delightful creation subtly enriched with roasted chrysanthemum oil. It's a harmonious blend of ginkgo nuts, sweet potatoes, water chestnuts, and pearl chrysanthemum. Chopped water chestnuts dance in a chrysanthemum-infused syrup, thickened with water chestnut flour for that perfect bite. Crispy fried pearl chrysanthemum buds add a unique crunch, while the orange sweet potato lends a gentle layer of sweetness.


The Lavender-infused Mango dessert is a refreshing masterpiece! Dive into layers of whipped cream cheese, fresh mango cubes, and golden pearls, all harmoniously bathed in a delicate drizzle of lavender-infused honey. Every spoonful offers a unique combination of whipped cheese and velvety mango soup, culminating in a gentle finish of honey and lavender.


Delight in the Pink Rose-infused Cheng Teng, an enchanting blend of flavors achieved with their sugar cane-based dessert. This masterpiece features dried candied mandarin orange and housemade rose jelly. The rose jelly, kissed with a touch of light caramel, adds delightful depth, while fresh orange zest provides a burst of brightness and acidity. The tangy candied mandarin orange adds another layer of flavor and complexity, making every bite a delightful surprise. And, of course, the rose infusion lends a delicate floral aroma that's simply enchanting.


Be sure to explore the savory side of the menu with dishes like Chee Cheong Fun, Chwee Kueh, and Kueh Pai Tee.


Location: 15 Thomson Hills Dr, Singapore 574759

Tel: +65 8076 2721

Opening Hours: 4:30 pm–1:30 am (Mon - Thurs), 12:30 pm–1:30 am (Fri - Sat), 12:30 pm–12 am (Sun), Closed (Tues)


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