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Famous Four Seasons Cendol Has Mao Shan Wang Chendol In A Cup At Toa Payoh

16th January 2023

Four Seasons Cendol now sells cup chendol

four-seasons-cendol-durianImage credit: @staykhooandeat

If you consider yourself a dessert fan, you may be familiar with Four Seasons Cendol, a highly acclaimed chendol stall in Toa Payoh Lorong 8 Market & Hawker Centre. You may not know, however, that there are now two dessert stalls in the hawker centre bearing the same name, both of which are owned by the same people. The newest of these serves ice-blended chendol in a cup with tantalising toppings.

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Image credit: Jerry Aaron on Google Maps

You can find this particular Four Seasons Cendol at unit number #01-56. It’s also marked by the image of a cup of ice-blended chendol on its signboard, which isn’t present on those of the other two.

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A basic cup of Ice-Blended Cendol costs $2.60. It has all the flavour of gula melaka and coconut milk in it, and the “in a cup” concept makes it really easy to consume, too.

But of course, you’ll need to add toppings to really get the best out of your chendol. These include Mao Shan Wang and D24 durian, red bean, grass jelly and more.

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If you’d like to get the more conventional chendol experience, you can head over to the other Four Seasons Cendol at #01-07.

A bowl here, which will set you back $2.20, offers the same rich flavour and sweet goodness but with a generous serving of ice shavings.

For another great chendol place to check out, have a look at our review of Cendol Geylang Serai. Alternatively, you can read our 10 best chendol in Singapore list to help you decide which stall to try next.

Address: 210 Lorong 8 Toa Payoh, #01-07/01-56, Toa Payoh Lorong 8 Market & Hawker Centre, Singapore 310210
Tel: 8720 1124
Website
Four Seasons Cendol is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Feature image adapted from @staykhooandeat and @tiaptiapwithsoph.

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