496 North Bridge Road
Singapore 188739

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11:30am - 02:30am

11:30am - 02:30am

11:30am - 02:30am

11:30am - 02:30am

11:30am - 02:30am

11:30am - 02:30am

11:30am - 02:30am

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Take away the instagrammable aesthetics and brightly coloured visuals, the signs were all there when the Curry Fishballs (the only savoury among the tray of 6) was the best item in Jane Eyre’s Six Signs. The Chilled Mango Sago Pomelo Cream 杨枝甘露 and Double Skin Milk were decent but that’s not saying much considering how one-dimensional the rest of the items were. The coconut milk base was flat and pretty diluted in the Blue Crystal Dessert and Taro Cone Coconut Sago, and the taro balls were lacking chew. The Red Bean Paste was promising but could have been cooked longer for a less grainy mouthfeel.

Maybe it’s a branch thing (perhaps the Chinatown branch is better?) or a us thing, but we ain’t vibing man.

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Unfortunately not a fan of this. The base was way too milky, and there was an artificial sweetness to it. The grass jelly herb did try to neutralise all of that, but was still insufficient. Nothing impressive about the fruits either.


Tried this pretty new dessert place JANE DEER SUGAR WATER along Liang Seah Rd which took over a mala space I really liked. It seems to be a popular brand from China.

Their desserts are on the pricier side for sure. We got their The Bath Teddy Bear ($9.80), Super Multi-Awned Little Round Son ($8.80) and Original Flavor Double Skin Milk ($8.80).

Unfortunately all of the dessert fell short to our expectations and considering that there are so many other dessert shops in the vicinity I would really prefer the others.

The Double Skin Milk tasted like milk powder, the mochi balls were powdery in the middle and the mango sago were felt watered down. Same as the coconut milk in the teddy bear bowl. I have to say that their mangos and taro mochis were the only saving grace but nothing much to shout about either.

I will probably not be back again.

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Mouthful of a name, but dessert itself was undeserving of it. Rather lacklustre for its price, with a handful of sago, mango, and rice balls (which actually was quite nice). Temperature of the dessert was also midway between cold and room temperature which was slightly strange. Overall, desserts were just aesthetic but you will get better quality at the myriad of dessert stores around the area.

The Bath Teddy Bear - $9.80
New dessert shop at Bugis that offers unique Chinese desserts. Icy bear that’s soaking with bowlful of taro ball, red bean and mango cubes. Dinner is always sweeter with dessert, even sweeter with cuter ones
Jane Deer

What Mango Shaved Ice has sprinkles on it? it also just tastes like hi-chew in ice form. Won’t be coming back:/

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