This hidden dessert spot in Johor Bahru serves specialty snow ice in flavours like durian, yam, matcha & more from under S$10

by Jermina

Desserts anyone?

As someone with a raging sweet tooth, I can never say no to this question even after a heavy meal. 

That is why I’m always on the lookout for the next dessert spot to satisfy my sweet cravings. If you’re planning a trip to JB soon, you should definitely give this hidden dessert spot a go.

D.Shiki in Mount Austin offers snow ice desserts with a huge variety of flavours and toppings. Whether you’re a fan of durian or taro desserts, this place will have something for you to enjoy. 

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Durian fanatics might already know that there is a specific season to get the best durians, but nobody wants to wait that long just to have it. 

D.Shiki’s snow ice durian series lets you enjoy the king of fruit, without having to endure the long wait. The series features the popular Musang King (Mao Shan Wang) so you know that you’re getting the best of the best.

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The classic Durian Little King (S$11.39, RM39.90) sees fluffy durian snow ice that comes loaded with Musang King paste and puree. 

It may be slightly pricier than the typical snow ice, but it comes with actual durian flesh and can be shared between one to three people — super value-for-money if you think about it. 

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There are other variations of the durian snow ice which come with additional fruits and toppings as well. 

The Durian Queen (S$11.10, RM38.90) comprises a fusion of creamy durian paste and sweet mango to enjoy refreshing bliss in every spoonful. 

But, if you’re feeling extra indulgent, The Durian Prince (S$10.53, RM36.90) featuring rich chocolate flavours will do just the trick.

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Besides their durian series, there are other premium flavours including Matcha, Strawberry, and Mango for just S$9.39 (RM32.90) each.

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Anyone who goes crazy for taro-related desserts will be highly interested in the Yam (S$8.25, RM28.90) snow ice that comprises rich, velvety yam paste to complement the refreshing fluffy shaved ice.

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Not in the mood for snow ice?

Get the Belgian Waffle that is crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, paired with a variety of toppings. 

The Mixed Fruits (S$8.25, RM28.90) comes with an entire Belgian waffle topped with fresh kiwis, strawberries, blueberries and a scoop of ice cream. 

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Those who can never resist chocolate should try the Chocolate (S$8.25, RM28.90) waffle alongside a scoop of ice cream drizzled in syrup and marshmallows.

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All things aside, D.Shiki would make for a perfect pit stop if you’re ever in the mood to indulge in an icy treat, especially in this blistering heat.

Will you be heading down to satisfy your durian cravings?

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📍 12, 7/10, Persiaran Austin Heights, Taman Mount Austin, 81100 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia
🕐 12pm–12am (Tue to Sun), Closed on Mon 

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