Wonderful Fruit Enterprise, Established for over 10 years, is a prominent landmark along Sims Avenue. With our signature big durian signboard you can not miss us along the main road.
We have a well lit, breezy areas, with nice wooden tables and chairs and provide free water dispensers, tissues and washing point - all the necessary amenities for you to enjoy a delicious durian session!
I was with my grandparents earlier. Leaving them in the car to buy some durians, we stopped by this place.
The guy kept trying to push me these small durians and insisted it was 'special'. I asked for Mao Shang Wang, but he kept pushing that to me. Saying he would give me two for free. I didn't want it but he opened the durians and started shoving them to me. He asked me for how many pax. I told him three. And then he kept loading the durians on the weighing scale.
In a rush, I agreed. Because I was quite frightened that he might do something. The durians costed me $152. After paying- thinking it must be premium durians, I walked to the other side of the shop where I saw the same small durians on sale for $2/each! I confronted the guy BUT he just ignored me and said its different. I told him that I saw his colleague taking the same durians from the basket and putting it on the shelf. I am quite sure that since they have CCTV, they could play it back. But anyways, fiends running the show.
He denied. And asked me to leave. I called their contact number but no one answered.
We tasted the durians at home. And it is horrible. This place is filled with CHEATERS. THEY WILL HOAX U INTO BUYING AND THREATEN U WITH KNIVES. Be careful.
The price for the Mao Shan King (D24) is about 28S$ per kg, which is on the very high side of the price range....And be aware that even at that price you may not get a real Mao Shan King even as the owner claims it is. I don't recommend this shop at all because the boss there is not honest at all about his durians...
One of the places you must go for durian in singapore, they are located along sims ave, at the junction of geylang lor 17. The durians are delivered fresh everyday. Its not hard to miss the big durian shape signboard. They have ample tables and chairs to accommodate for big groups if you are planning to go in group. Remember to order their thailand coconut to go along with the durians. :)
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