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Qing Tian Hot & Cold Desserts (青天冷热甜品), Redhill Food Centre

January 4, 2010

It’s tough to set the pace again after the long break from work. I had my fair share of all the delicious food bites over the festive seasons. I had too much in fact that all I want right now is simple Chinese food. Teochew Porridge would be good. I wouldn’t mind the delicious fishcake from Lim Joo Hin Teochew Porridge and the simple desserts from dancing uncle at Redhill Food Centre.

 

 

I was craving for some Tau Suan (豆爽) from the dancing uncle shop, also known as Qing Tian Cold & Hot Desserts (青天冷热甜品) but I was too late. The guy in front of me bought the last bowl. Oh well. I shall stick to the Ice Kachang.

The dancing uncle who loves Mickey Mouse never fails to amuse me. While the Hokkien music blasts away, the dancing begins his daily dancing routine. It’s easy to spot the shop from afar; it’s the only dessert stall with a queue.

 

While we tucked in happily to our desserts, we can’t admit that this guy is full of zest and full of life. He is definitely one of the most energetic and entertaining dessert sellers in Singapore.

 

 We enjoyed our bowl of desserts. The shaved ice was fine. My favourite is still the Tau Suan though but do drop by and get entertained by the zesty dancing uncle. 🙂

 

Qing Tian Hot & Cold Desserts (青天冷热甜品)

Blk 85 Redhill Lane
#01-60 Redhill Food Centre
S150085
Closed on Monday & Tuesday
Opening Hours :  3 – 11pm
 
(The Stall is Just beside the Toilet)
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7 Comments leave one →
  1. January 4, 2010 14:54

    Dancing uncle! That must be quite a sight!

    • reiz permalink*
      January 4, 2010 15:35

      Happy New Year Harris! Yeah, he’s been around for ages but still as active and energetic as ever!

  2. January 4, 2010 15:11

    Interesting uncle! Shall pop by some day and see him dance!

    • reiz permalink*
      January 4, 2010 15:36

      Happy new year Angeline! 🙂 You stay nearby? He’s quite a sight seriously.. haha but i really admire his zesty energy level!

  3. February 11, 2010 10:36

    Wow, is that fresh corn I see? I love it! I’ve never seen it before in a desert. I loved seeing this coverage in a distant land.

    thanks

    • Reiz permalink*
      February 11, 2010 11:10

      Hi enrique,

      Have you been to Singapore? If not, do come here and visit! 🙂 The corn they are using is from the soft kernel sweet corn. It’s a common ingredients in our local desserts!

      The name of the dessert is ‘Ice Kachang’. As quoted from wiki, ‘Ice Kachang’ refers to ‘ mound of grated ice on a base consisting of jelly, red beans, corn and attap seeds, and topped with various kinds of coloured sugar syrup.”

      🙂

  4. November 10, 2010 20:59

    everything looks good

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