At first, I was starstruck. Harris as I am already a big fan of him for years now and Xinli , who's very talented and creative, making food blog even more interesting. Nevertheless, they both look very young (I look like an auntie beside them hehe).
Food bloggers meet up, i guess, doesn't end in just having one meal together...i'll skip the dinner for now (wait for our post!) and jump to the desserts.
We've been planning for the meet up dinner and Harris has recommended Sugar Granny for our after-dinner sweets. Try and check out what's Muah Chee.
At first, I wanted a bowl of yam paste. Too bad, they already run out of it so i've decided to get...
Mango Sago - Xinli's choice for the night. I love the texture of how smooth and refreshing it was. I only had a spoon of it so do wait for Xinli's review at theMoose.
Peanut Paste - Harris owned this bowl that night. At first we had doubts that it might be like eating peanut butter out of a bottle. It was nice of Harris to share it with us. Its smooth and just right thickness made me like this not-so-sweet peanut bowl. And, not a hint of peanut butter taste at all. I think I'll grab my own the next time.
To sum it up, the desserts were as sweet as my companions. We were chit chatting the whole evening, about food, about life, about us...basically just about anything. There were no dull moments. Thanks again guys for the time. Hope to see you both very soon.
Price Summary (SGD)
Sugar Granny Icy Swirl = $2.50
Mango Sago = $3.50
Peanut Paste = $3.00
Slim Chendol = a little bit over $2
Sugar Granny Cafe
5 Teo Hong Road
walking distance from Outram Park (NEL exit)
Sun-Thu: 1 pm - 11 pm
Fri- Sat: 1 pm - 1 am