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Sugar Granny Cafe

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Address: 5 Teo Hong Road
Located on Teo Hong Road, Sugar Granny Cafe serves desserts such as peanut paste, barley with gingko, and lychee icy swirl.

Fri & Sat: 12.00pm - 1.00am, Sun to Thu: 12.00pm - 11.00am

+65 62249368
$8 based on 24 submissions
Quiet (10 votes), After Work (9 votes), Chillout (9 votes)
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Boneless chicken wings

Boneless chicken wings you cannot find elsewhere, I think there's little prawn paste. Really unique. The slim chendol is good too, less sweet compared to outside, I don't like it too sweet.

It's a small cosy place. good for after work snacks.

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  • Boneless chicken wings5 votes
  • everything3 votes
  • mango sago with pomelo3 votes
  • Slim chendol2 votes
  • Traditional Muar Chee with Peanuts2 votes
  • black sesame paste2 votes
  • durian on coconut sticky rice2 votes
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• 20 Dec 2013 • 6 reviews • 11 followers

Boneless chicken wings

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Boneless chicken wings you cannot find elsewhere, I think there's little prawn paste. Really unique. The slim chendol is good too, less sweet compared to outside, I don't like it too sweet.

It's a small cosy place. good for after work snacks.
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• 08 Dec 2011 • 375 reviews • 31 followers

Granny No Fear Diabetes Cafe

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For photos, please visit Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow.

I came here every Tuesday for near to two months in a row because it was quiet and convenient and cheap, one of the few cool cafes in Chinatown that is open in the hot afternoons.

Very interesting characters you will see here. I saw a boss with his secretary from a nearby company–they were doing some paper work but their hands were on each other, and ring ring! the boss’s wife telephoned. Once, I saw an uncle with his China Money Boy. (ps: trust me, I know a Money Boy when I see one because I c** in contact with them for work! Don’t think dirty.) Wow, the China Money Boy is so hot! He looks like a hunky version of Dai Yang Tian, in a very tight shirt, showing his ripped biceps. His body is tight! Drool. If I had $200 (that’s how much they cost), I’d put my money down. I tried very hard not to look at him, but he kept staring at me. I find the Uncle very poor thing. I’m not good-looking but the Money Boy felt that I was a better choice than the Uncle. And the Uncle tried so hard to impress him it was bordering on the point of pathetic. This is a Mandarin-speaking shop with Mandarin-speaking waitresses and the obviously Mandarin-speaking Uncle spoke in broken English to the waitress just to impress the Money Boy of his bilingualism. Very sad lah, in the Gay World, once you’re old, you lose currency. The nearby Keong Saik St is also known for the illegal female prostitutes. Underground Chinatown is very colorful.

I never ordered the food because it’s mostly fried food, calamari, fried chicken wings, fries, fried fishballs and sotongballs, etc. (See the menu here.) I’ve a firm belief that all deep-fried food are similar, unless the food is made from scratch and I don’t expect the food here to be made from scratch.

I always ordered the Chinese desserts. I’ve tried the sesame paste ($2.50) thrice, peanut paste($2.50), Bailey with gingko ($2),Mango sago with pomelo(pictured, $3.50), Durian sago ($4).

The desserts were ok, smooth, but taste-wise, they cannot be compared to Mei Heong Yuan, which is only a few streets away. Out of the desserts, I prefer thesesame paste because it is so kick-a** sweet. It disregards diabetes completely, like diabetes is no longer a problem. Dead Sea is so salty it doesn’t allow life in it–this is like the Sugar version of the Dead Sea. And it tasted very different from other sesame paste too. There was a slightly burnt/roasted scent which is nice.

Overall, I think the food is average, the service is borderline-lazy, bo-chap, and thedecor is cheesy and uncomfortable. The food isn’t even value-for-money, since there are so much good food at a cheap price in Chinatown. The reason it survives in the competitive Chinatown is because there are no other cafes nearby. Pray Starbucks doesn’t open here.

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• 19 Jul 2011 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Great place for late night dessert!

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Been here at least 4-5times and have become a huge fan of the Durian Sago (a must try for durian lovers!). The combination of ingredients are amazing and the durian is the real stuff.

Nice quiet place to chill and they open till late.

Parking is really really horrible though.

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