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Bengawan Solo (West Mall)

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With their emphasis on premium quality, family favourite Bengawan Solo offers a wide range of traditional local cakes and pastries such as kuehs, cookies and tarts. Must tries are its signature pandan chiffon cake and kueh lapis.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 67943728
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Great place for Chendol dessert

Found at the basement level, Begawan Solo is a great place for really good traditional Chendol dessert ( there's also this Avacado dessert if you like avacado ) after a meal at West Mall.

They also serve kopitiam coffee & other local snacks. Bengawan Solo's Pandan Cake is legendary.

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• 20 Jan 2011 • 239 reviews • 0 follower

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Its the only outlet that I know of having dine-in food. They serves desserts too! Their kueh lapis and pandan creamed cake is one of my favorite!
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• 03 Nov 2010 • 15 reviews • 1 follower

Great place for Chendol dessert

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Found at the basement level, Begawan Solo is a great place for really good traditional Chendol dessert ( there's also this Avacado dessert if you like avacado ) after a meal at West Mall.

They also serve kopitiam coffee & other local snacks. Bengawan Solo's Pandan Cake is legendary.

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• 23 Aug 2010 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Yucks, lucky their local desserts can save them

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I only like their dessert stall there. Serving chendol, chng tng and the likes. Sad to say, their pastries - kueh and cakes, taste horrid. The customer service staff are great though.

I had a craving for snow skin moon cakes at 8.30pm on a weekday and only managed to find this shop. But it was a disaster buying their mooncakes. I spent $30 and it was enough to put me off snow skin mooncakes forever.

In the past, maybe 5 years back, their pineapple rolls are one of the best, but even this signature had waned off.

For me, I will never patronise them again.

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