Another dessert shop is the latest addition to SS15 Subang Jaya！甜品哥哥 pronounced Tin Pan Gor Gor (cantonese) is a new Hong Kong dessert shop which was recently opened (their 3rd outlet). Dessert Brothers is located at the same row as Snowflake, decided to try out something new as Snowflake has been my constant dessert place.
Dessert Brother's menu has a wide variety which made me undecided on what to try out first. Looked through and saw lots of mango infused dessert so I guess it must be their specialities.
芒果肠分, Mango Rolls - RM8
Decided to order the mango rolls as it intrigued me on what it really taste like. It assembles the typical Chee Cheong Fun but with mango syrup and also wrapped with mango. At first I thought they wrapped the mango with tau foo fah but the staff said it's some coconut thingy. So far, this is my favourite :D
芒果椰汁黑糯米, Black Glutinous Rice with Mango Coconut Milk - RM8.50
The taste of the glutinous rice and coconut milk is ok but tasting if along with the mango, I felt it tasted pretty weird as the sweetness of the mango and the rest doesn't match really well.
芝麻糊+汤丸, Black Sesame Sweet Soup + Sweet Rice Balls - RM7
The soup is actually more like a paste and there's a thick plus heavy black sesame taste to it which I was overwhelmed with. Black sesame is not my favourite but surprisingly I only like the black sesame rice balls, whereas the soup is just meh...
椰果西米楼, Sago with Nata de Coco - RM5.50
Pretty alright for a thirst quencher as it's not too sweet and the Nata de Coco blends well with the dessert.
Customer Service: 7/10
The desserts are pretty pricey, it can go up to about RM13 for those with better ingredients such as the 雪哈 (xuet kap) or also known as Hasma. Overall, the desserts that I've tried above are so-so, but will definitely pay them another visit as some of the dessert looks pretty interesting.
甜品哥哥 Hong Kong / Dessert Brothers is located at:
57, Jalan SS15/8A,
47500 Subang Jaya,
They also have other branches in Kepong and PJ SS2.