Ji De Chi Tián Pǐn 記得吃甜品 (which actually means “remember to eat dessert”) keeps popping up to tempt us with its range of desserts from colourful snowy ice to traditional tang yuan. They have outlets in the city (like Suntec City), in the North (Woodlands Square), South (Satay by the Bay), East (Century Square) and West (Westgate). There is a new Ji De Chi Dessert shop in Paya Lebar Square.
Ji De Chi Dessert Menu
The menu of Ji De Chi is quite extensive. There are traditional and contemporary desserts as well as a fair range of snacks and beverages. Below are photos of sections of the menu. An online menu is available (link below).
They also introduce new items and have special promotions from time to time.
Ji De Chi Dessert Paya Lebar
The Ji De Chi Dessert outlet at Paya Lebar Square in on the first level of the mall. The space is compact and the furnishing is functional. It is a self-service cafe. Order and pay at the counter and collect your desserts when prompted by the electronic buzzer.
We ordered Tang Yuan with Ginger Soup ($3.60) and Matcha Tofu Snowflake ($6.60) when we visited the newly opened Ji De Chi Dessert Paya Lebar Square outlet recently.
The tang yuan came with five glutinous rice balls with different fillings – sesame and peanut. The slippery mochi-like rice balls had a nice chewy texture. The
The Matcha Tofu Snowflake was quite a heavy dessert. Sweet milk ice was topped with red beans, yam sorbet and matcha jelly. We were not so enamoured of the matcha jelly but otherwise the dessert was nice. Although the bowl looked small, the dessert could easily be shared by two persons. For one person, the Matcha Tofu Snowflake could be a complete meal by itself.
Popular Dessert Haunt
Ji De Chi Tián Pǐn 記得吃甜品 is a popular dessert haunt because it is easy for almost anyone to find something to like there. They have hot and cold classic desserts like beancurd, yam paste and almond paste. There are specialties from Hong Kong, Japan, Macau and Taiwan. Local creations like Chendol Snowy Ice and Durian Pomelo Sago add to the variety. With new outlets popping up every now and then, we are more than likely to end up in another Ji De Chi Dessert shop sooner rather than later. Ji De Chi reminds us “to eat dessert”. We need someone to remind us to go to the gym.
Service: NA (Self-service)
Overall Rating: 3 TOPs
Ji De Chi Dessert Paya Lebar Square
60 Paya Lebar Road #01-56
Opening Hours: 10 am – 10 pm
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