Some people asked me about the “Michelin Selected” category found in the Michelin Guide Singapore 2024.

Ah… previously and often known as the Michelin Plate, it is a designation within the Michelin Guide that acknowledges restaurants for serving very good food.

The Selected Restaurants category means the establishments have met the criteria set by the inspectors but at this moment, they do not qualify for a Bib Gourmand or a Michelin Star.

Okay, back to the main point.

Ye Tang Chendol newly recognized in the Michelin Selected category, offering Penang-style chendol at Beauty World Food Centre, Singapore

I noticed a NEW inclusion into the Michelin Selected which is Ye Tang Chendol at Beauty World Food Centre.

The other awarded Chendol stall is Nyonya Chendol.

Ye Tang Chendol's Penang-style dessert with customizable toppings, recognized for its quality in the Michelin Guide

This stall is notable for its Penang-style Chendol.

Opened just before the challenging “Circuit Breaker” period, the stall hidden at the corner of the food centre has received quite positive online reviews so far.

Classic and innovative chendol options at Ye Tang Chendol, including Red Bean, Corn, and D24 Durian Chendol

The classic bowl with attap chee is priced at $2.00, while you can opt for other options such as Red Bean Chendol ($2.50), Corn Chendol ($2.50) and popular D24 Durian Chendol ($3.80).

Penang Style Meets Michelin Recognition at Ye Tang Chendol

The base of Ye Tang’s chendol consists of finely shaved ice, drenched in a rich and aromatic gula melaka (palm sugar syrup) and silky coconut milk, creating a sweet and creamy texture.

Close-up of Ye Tang Chendol's signature dessert with shaved ice, gula melaka, and coconut milk

What distinguishes Ye Tang Chendol is the use of kidney beans instead of the more common red beans.

These kidney beans offer a meatier texture and are less mushy, providing a nice contrast to the soft pandan jellies and the smoothness of the ice.

Ye Tang Chendol's unique use of kidney beans providing a meaty texture to the traditional Singaporean dessert

The stall provides options to add ingredients like durian pulp, which is rich and creamy, attap seeds for a chewy texture, and even grass jelly for an additional herbal note.

Located in a corner of the food centre and despite its simplicity, the stall has earned acclaim for delivering consistently quality chendol.

Variety of toppings available at Ye Tang Chendol, including durian pulp and attap seeds, adding richness and texture

Ye Tang Chendol
Beauty World Centre #04-26, 144 Upper Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 588177
Opening Hours: 11am – 8:45pm (Wed – Sun), Closed Mon, Tues

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  1. Ye Tang Chendol received Michelin selected dessert, I think it’s better to taste it again or the inspectors has not eat this dessert before.


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