Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Food: Hui Lau Shan Dessert Outlet - Cheras Leisure Mall

After my fiery meal at Shi Fu Wan Tan, we headed back to Cheras Leisure Mall for some leisure shopping. Not that they have much to shop around over there.

We visited the popular book store and spent some time in there looking for revision books for the boys. Our boy Maximus wanted to get a new practice writing book because the one he had was hand-me-down from Sebastian and he deemed it as dirty book. Well, to encourage him to learn, we got to get him a new clean book and he was proud with it.

Subsequently, we headed to the pet store which is a must stop for the boys. They will rush in to look at the exotic animals such as snakes, scorpions, funny looking toads, tarantula and etc. I shopped around for dog shampoo for our dog, Jar Jar and bought her a bag of doggie treats. I think as usual we spent a good 20 minutes or more in that pet store.

After all the window shopping, we decided to sit down for something refreshing and decided upon Hui Lau Shan. Hui Lau Shan is a chain dessert shop that first opened in Hong Kong as a herbal shop selling herbal teas and "turtle jelly". It has since expanded and introduced more healthy desserts into their menu. Hui Lau Shan is also famous for its prominent use of mango in its desserts.

The chain outlet is located at the newly renovated wing of Leisure Mall where most of the food outlets are housed. Not a very big outlet with around 10 tables.

The interior of the outlet is very bright and refreshing. The decoration of the outlet is very neat and tidy, a good place to have a rest after walking around for some time.

Have a look at their menu. They have a wide variety of selection of mango desserts, snack, tong shuis, drinks and herbal desserts. All the items looks yummy and refreshing to me since mango is my favourite fruit.

We decided to order the Mango Romance which consist of 3 types of mango desserts. A good starter for those who has not tried their desserts before. Can't resist the temptation, I ordered the Fresh Mango Mochi as well and my wife ordered the Mango Pudding + Zimi Aloe Vera.

While waiting for the desserts to arrive, the boys entertained themselves with none other than iPad. Well, at least they are seated and we have some peaceful time for a moment.

The Mango Romance (RM12.90) is served. The mangoes served in the dessert are very fresh and my boys can't wait to have a go at it. This dessert was mostly finished by Sebastian since he enjoys fruits more than Maximus.

The Fresh Mango Mochi (RM4.90) arrived. The mochi looks so nice and it's of a decent size. The mochi is very soft and tang. The mango filling is fulfilling but not very sweet. I would prefer it to be sweeter since I'm having dessert. Maybe it's because they emphasise on healthy desserts and no additional sweeteners are added.

Lastly, the Mango Pudding + Zimi Aloe Vera (RM4.90) is served. The mango pudding is not great. I think I have had much better but it's not the worse.

I will return again to this outlet to try out the rest of their desserts since mango is my favourite and I think it's a healthier choice for tea time.

Location of Hui Lau Shan (Cheras Leisure Mall outlet)

Address: Lot No. L1-48-2, Cheras Leisure Mall, Jalan Manis 6, Taman Segar, 56100 KL
Website: http://www.hkls.com 

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