As a follow up to the rather lack lustre experience of the first Chendol, we found ourselves with another after galavanting through the new Marina Bay area. This one was found in the food court at the basement of The Sands - the fancy schmancy land of overpriced desirables. Yep, also home to Singapore’s one and only casino.
Surprisingly, the Chendol dessert did not cost an exorbitant figure, but still, I can’t remember how much I paid for it. It was generally good as chendols could get. It was nicely presented except for a long trail of sticky Gula Melaka dripping down the side. The chendol itself (those green wormy thingys) was nice - certainly had a richer infusion of pandan fragrance and also had a bouncy texture which is hard to achieve.