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Q: where are Hangzhou’s best desserts?

11 years 10 weeks ago in  Food  - Hangzhou

 
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L96 café is a cool place that has awesome desserts. They have apple pie, cheesecakes and good ice cream. They have savory food too but the desserts here is what keeps bringing me back.

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or you could try 'sugar porridge', a sweet, lukewarm syrupy dessert with little chewy balls of rice in, flavoured with red bean paste or something similar. Very Chinese. 糖粥

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