After being seated we all ordered out choice of desserts. I had the mango pomelo sago soup. I was really surprised at how good and how fresh the mangos tasted. While Ken had emphasized that they use real fruits instead of powders and artificial flavors but I had thought it was just sales talk. Every spoon of my creamy mango soup was full of tapico and cubes of mango. There were also some star shaped mango jelly in the soup similar to the ones at Quickly’s Bubble Tea. I thought this was strange since everything else was made with real fruit. Also their was only a sprinkling of juicy pomelo on top of the soup. I love pomelo and can eat half of a whole fruit by myself whenever I have the opportunity. The desserts did take a while to come out especially my friend’s honeydew sago. Ken explained it was not as popular as their other desserts so it would take a little longer to come out.
When we had all finished our desserts, Ken surprised us with a little something to compensate our wait. a dish of their freshly made mango mochis!! There were originally 3 mochi, however one of our party got too excited and ate one before I was able to snap pictures. The mochi are made to order and inside each one is a generous filling of fresh mango. The slightly chewy mochi also has a light dusting of coconut. This was place was truly the highlight of our night! If you are a fan of Chinese desserts, this place absolutely needs to be on your to go list.