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Dessert Bowl 碗甜品

Dessert Bowl

Dessert Bowl






94%   (70 votes)
66 / 70


THE BUZZ: Dessert Bowl is one of the best spot to visit when you want to treat yourself with some well-deserved comfort food. Everyone in the family will surely enjoy their mouthwatering desserts, bursting with such great taste which can satisfy one’s cravings.This little cafe is conveniently located at Serangoon Garden Way. It provides a nice environment to make sure customers are comfortable while indulging in a delicious and satisfying dessert.

Without sacrificing quality, Dessert Bowl makes one of the most enjoyable and tasty desserts in affordable prices. Done with thorough preparation and using only the best ingredients, they are able to achieve the perfect recipe to bring happiness in every serving.MUST TRY: Indulge in the pleasure of their delicious desserts such as Durian Mousse and Mango Pomelo.

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Closed: Mon

80A Serangoon Garden Way

Chinese, Desserts

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