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Chinese desserts/'tong sui' in Toronto - Last updated Dec 15 2014

scherz0 | Dec 14, 201403:06 PM     4

Where are the best economical Chinese desserts or 'tong sui'?
I prefer somewhere in North York, Markham, or Richmond Hill but if unavailable, please share any within the GTA. I'm most interested in interesting items containing fresh fruits like:

- Sago or tapioca soups (in Cantonese: 'sai mai lo'); not just mango, but also cantaloupe (eg http://www.fussfreecooking.com/recipe...), honeydew (eg http://easyfoodhacks.blogspot.com/201...), strawberry, watermelon (http://tongpakfu.com.hk/en/menu-en/sa...). Also, I prefer such soups with a fresh fruit juice base, and not simply relying on packaged coconut milk.

- Puddings; not just mango, but also honeydew, strawberry, watermelon.

- Pancakes/crepes; in Hong Kong, I tried a fresh durian crepe once, but I'm interested in other fruits as well.

Coconut Milk, Melon with Sago Dessert Fuss Free Cooking
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