Cashew nut paste with added black sesame filled glutinous rice balls (tong yune)
The extra tong yune was $2, and at $1 per ball it's a bit pricey. One of mine was leaking. The wrapping was a bit too thick for my liking. There was a bit of soup film covering the top of my dessert. The cashew nut paste itself was pretty satisfying. It was very nutty.
Jo had the almond soup with sesame filled glutinous rice balls.
She was not pleased with the balls.
Would I return? Sure. I don't often seen the cashew nut paste thing in these Chinese dessert places. Also, their menu allows you to add a variety of things in the selected soup, e.g. mango slices, glutinous rice balls. The fresh soya bean jelly (I'd call it sweet tofu soup) looks exciting. I also remember liking their noodles on a previous visit long time ago... but it may have been under different ownership at the time.
One thing to note is that they serve water, not tea.
Also, you can get 10% off if you show your post-secondary student card.
Total damage: $6.50 for my dessert.