One thing we all have in common is certainly our love for the king of the fruits —durian. Some may enjoy it, some may not but deep down, the fruit is simply irresistible. That said, we have listed down five different durian treats that you have to try.
Who can say no to cakes? Send one over to your friends or family because not only does Le Bons 9 make the best Musang King durian cake but they also have a D24 version. Its creamy texture just melts in your mouth like a durian paradise and we bet that you’ll be asking for more.
To all durian lovers, Kee’s Creampuff doesn’t just offer treats like croquembouche, mini cakes and baked cheese tartlets but they’re also known for their popular durian cream puffs. This custard puff-lookalike comes with a creamy durian filling on the inside with a balanced puffy texture on the outside. Having them fresh is certainly the best way to enjoy them but either way, we know that one puff won’t be enough.
Now you know what kind of mooncakes to go for this Mid-Autumn Festival. Comes in different series like Moonlite and Joy, these mooncakes are filled with pure Musang King. What’s unique about Durian Hill’s mooncakes is that some of them come in charcoal bamboo snow skins which look and taste absolutely divine.
Marshall’s Co is located in SS15 and this burger joint just marks the spot for all durian lovers. Have you ever thought of eating a durian burger? ‘Cause you surely now can. Tantalise those tastebuds of yours with their signature Musang King Durian burger. Comes with fresh durian, the patty is actually deep-fried, giving that nice crunchy texture on the outside.
As we all know, this local iced sweet dessert is something we all crave for especially during sunny days. Comes with coconut milk, palm sugar, green jelly, red beans and more, no Malaysian can say no to this treat. To make this dessert much richer, the durian cendol at Chow Kit is the one to go to. It tastes so heavenly in your mouth especially with that fresh and creamy durian on the top.
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