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463 Jurong West Street 41
#01-568
Singapore 640463

Saturday:
08:30am - 08:30pm

Sunday:
08:30am - 06:30pm

Monday:
08:30am - 08:30pm

Tuesday:
08:30am - 08:30pm

Wednesday:
08:30am - 08:30pm

Thursday:
08:30am - 08:30pm

Friday:
08:30am - 08:30pm

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~$5/pax

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Price: $3 - Mango Sago; $2 - Cendol

They're really just your average tasting desserts.

But if you happen to stay around the neighbourhood, it's a pretty good place to hang out and chill. Not to mention, they serve both hot and cold desserts at very affordable prices.

As temperatures continually rise, cool down fast with bowls of icy treats at this Jurong West dessert stall. A favourite spot in the neighbourhood, Kim Lotus Dessert sees perpetual queues for their comforting sweet treats. It helps that the desserts are priced affordably โ€” most average at $2, and there are over 40 options to choose from. Try the Mango Ice Kachang ($2.80), which puts a fruity spin on the familiar dessert, or the Mango Sago ($3.10) if you want big mango chunks instead. The generous ingredients see the likes of attap chee (palm seeds), red beans, sweet corn, grass jelly and agar agar. Tastemakers Wei Zhi Chiang and Zhihui Lim note that even though the mountain of shaved ice had been thoroughly drenched in a variety of flavoured syrups, condensed milk and mango purรฉe, it didn't taste artificial and wasn't overwhelmingly sweet. For something a little richer, go for the Bo Bo Cha Cha ($2.30), available both hot and cold. Bear in mind that only the hot version sees the addition of red rubies!
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Acamas Teo

Mad heat these days means you don't have to crack your brains to find excuses for desserts woop! Boasting a never ending long queue the whole time we were there, Kim Lotus serves up a big range of affordable traditional desserts. We tried the Mango and Durian Ice Kachang which both had hidden underneath a generous portion of ingredients and a good pour of syrup over. No artificial flavours and overwhelming sweetness, we can see why it's so popular among the residents here! #BurppleBestofJurong

Kim Lotus Dessert - There are many items in its menu but the one that most if not all the tables have to cool themselves down in the insane heat will have to be Mango Ice Kachang, Chendol & Mango Sago (Approx. ๐Ÿ’ตS$2.80) ๐Ÿง
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For the uninitiated, a bowl of Ice Kachang contains Attap Chee (palm seed), Red Beans, Sweet Corn, Grass Jelly with cubes of Agar Agar.
Drenched in a mountain of shaved ice that's drizzled with Rose, Pandan, Sarsi & Gula Melaka Syrup. Adding on to the diabetic causing sugar high, a dollop of Mango Purรฉe like sauce & condense milk finish the final product. ๐Ÿคค
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ACAMASTIPS & GTK๐Ÿ’ฎ: Bingsu for me is like an overpriced Ice Kachang, I'd rather have 10 of this over a freaking Bingsu. Cheap & Satisfying, one can't go wrong with such a Quintessential Dessert especially on this sunny island of ours. ๐Ÿ––๐Ÿป
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The perpetual queue may be daunting but worth it.

Not only is it affordable with most desserts going for $2, they're tasty, pretty generous with the ingredients and simply heaven-sent with the sweltering weather - thank goodness for this dessert shop during our journey to the west yesterday!

If you like to rainbow-anything, get their mango/ durian ice kachang. At least it's guaranteed to satisfy. I usually shy away from this and go for chendol instead, but surprisingly I preferred the ice kachang here. Every part was generously covered with the fruity mango/ durian (didnt taste too artificial to me!) and syrup without that cloying sweetness, and I loved digging for all the ingredients within the heap of ice.

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My all time favourite is the Bo Bo Cha Cha ๆ‘ฉๆ‘ฉๅ–ณๅ–ณ ($2.30 nett), & sometimes it runs out if you're too late, so I guess I'm not the only one ๐Ÿ˜† I enjoy it cold, but my trusty eating buddy prefers it hot. So I always get the best of both worlds - & yes, there is a difference: Red Rubies are only put in the hot one!

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Not a fan of Chendol ๆต†็ฝ— ($2.00 nett) in general so unfortunately I can't comment on this. Here, have a picture.

The queues you see here at any time of day are testament to how popular this place is amongst Jurong Westies. Could be the cheap prices, could be the 45 strong menu of desserts (5 are drinks), could be the perpetually sweltering hot weather that warrants a dessert all day erriday.

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I'm not really an ice kachang kinda guy โ€“ mostly due to getting random syrups and gross pastes when I do try it out but the ones from Kim's justifies their perpetual queue.

A mango paste that went well with the well proportioned syrups (no sad unsweetened ice sections) and generous ingredients (been a while since I've had nice attap chees). Of course, we got the durian version as well, which I'd recommend if you'll not settle for anything less than the king. ๐Ÿ‘‘

Comfortingly filled with red rubies (only for hot version), red beans, chunky sweet potatoes and yam, in a light coconut milk!
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Awesome possum local dessert at reasonable price with decent quantity served. One of the gems in the west!

(S$2.80) ๐Ÿง You know you want (oh I'm sorry you NEED) it so Desperately due to the F*cking Unbearable Heat. โ˜€๏ธ
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For the Uninitiated, it's a bowl containing of Attap Chee (palm seed), Red Beans, Sweet Corn, Grass Jelly & cubes of Agar Agar. Covered with a Mountain of Shaved Ice then Drizzled with Rose, Pandan, Sarsi, & Gula Melaka Syrup with the Final Topping of Condensed / Coconut Milk & Sweet Corn / Mango. ๐Ÿ˜‹
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ACAMASTIPS๐Ÿ’ฎ: Cheap & Satisfying, the one I had is from Kim Lotus Dessert. Most their Desserts are Priced at S$2. One can't go wrong with a Quintessential Singaporean Dessert like Ice Kacang. ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ

With Global Warming, Luckily there's Mango Ice Kacang. (S$2.80) ๐Ÿง You know you want (oh I'm sorry you NEED) it so Desperately due to the F*cking Unbearable Heat. โ˜€๏ธ
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For the Uninitiated, it's a bowl containing of Attap Chee (palm seed), Red Beans, Sweet Corn, Grass Jelly & cubes of Agar Agar. Covered with a Mountain of Shaved Ice then Drizzled with Rose, Pandan, Sarsi, & Gula Melaka Syrup with the Final Topping of Condensed / Coconut Milk & Sweet Corn / Mango. ๐Ÿ˜‹
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ACAMASTIPS๐Ÿ’ฎ: Cheap & Satisfying, the one I had is from Kim Lotus Dessert. Most their Desserts are Priced at S$2. One can't go wrong with a Quintessential Singaporean Dessert like Ice Kacang. ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ

Immediately knew what I was gonna order when I saw Honeydew sago on the menu. The auntie was generous with ingredients, and servings were pretty big too, with most desserts costing only $2. We might have walked in hungry, but definitely walked out with satisfied bellies๐Ÿ˜‹

Satisfied our craving for curry fish head @ the famous stall at Jurong West Street 41 (reviews in earlier post). Then we dropped by this 2 decade old dessert shop for some old-school dessert.
This honeydrew sago costs only $1.50, and is accompanied by clean seats for people-watching or simply finishing the dessert.

Though a quintessential Singaporean dessert, my dad and I seldom order Ice Kachang. So... when I had a sudden craving for a heap of shaved ice topped with coloured syrup and sweet corn, I dragged my dad along to our favourite dessert stall Kim Lotus [้‡‘่Žฒๅญ] and added mangoes to the wonderfully sweet mix.
My mom, on the other hand is a die-hard Ice Kachang fan and the only durian lover in the family so she would often get the Durian Ice Kachang all for herself. With the many versions of Ice Kachang and it having evolved over the years, I do love the endless possibilities of toppings! Do help yourself to a bowl of Ice kachang if you are in the area, to cool off and satisfy your sweet cravings~

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