Sometimes after your main meal you do feel like something else more. If you are at GoldenMile Food Centre you can enjoy a warm bowl of Ah Balling Peanut Soup with more than 60 years in tradition of making glutinous rice balls.
The glutinous rice balls taste are really good and it comes with 5 flavors.
Menu for Glutinous rice ball fillings
– Black Sesame
– Green Tea
– Red Bean
4pcs – $2
5pcs – $2.30
6pcs – $2.60
Menu Soup only $1.40
– Peanut Soup
– Longan Soup
– Ginger Soup
– Almond Soup
My favourites are the peanut and black sesame and usually I will order the 4pcs with Peanut soup ($2). The rice balls are silky, soft and with generous filling inside the rice balls. Every mouthful will see the filling gushing out and might as well gobble up the whole piece.
Overall a nice dessert after a nice meal.
Golden Mile Food Centre,
505 Beach Road, #01-75, S 199583
Mon – Fri: 11AM – 8.30PM
Sat – Sun: 10AM – 8.30PM
Blk 85 Bedok North St.4 #01-25
6PM – 11.30PM
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