10 Best Late-Night Tong Shui Places In KL & Klang Valley

You eat a satisfying dinner, feel full to the brim, but when the beautiful question ‘Should we get dessert?’ comes around, it’s always a yes! It’s true, we always have room for desserts. But what happens when you have a craving for Tong Shui after your super late dinner? Fred not, with this list of ultimate late night Tong Shui places in KL, you will never go to bed hangry and unsatisfied.


10 Best Late-Night Tong Shui Places In KL & Klang Valley

If you are a night owl and you love Tong Shui as we do, then you probably came to the right place. Here now, the 10 best late-night Tong Shui places in KL for you to satisfy your Tong Shui cravings.

1. K.T.Z (记得吃)

Photo: pearly_lim

Set within the vicinity of SS2, K.T.Z (Kai Tek Sek, meaning “remember to eat” in Cantonese) serves legendary desserts. No matter you’re looking for a cold and refreshing snow ice dessert to counter the heat of the weather, or a warm bowl of traditional dessert for you to peace your mind and soul, K.T.Z has all to offer.

Don’t leave without trying their Mango Snow Ice, the shaved ice is piled up to create a mini-tower that can be shared between two persons. You may think it sounds like your usual Ice Kacang but you’ll be surprised to realise that the mango mixed really well with the ice itself.

Photo by @yhisgreat

?66 & 68, Jalan SS2/67, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

?12:00 PM – 1:00 PM daily

2. popojia (婆婆家)

Photo: zijing__

As the name of the shop suggests, going to popojia feels like you’ve just entered grandma’s home. More than just an ordinary coffee shop, their desserts menu is blissfully uncomplicated and full of Asian dessert staples such as ginkgo barley beancurd skin dessert, red bean dessert soup, and bubur caca. They’re little bowls of home with the ability to teleport me back to my childhood days instantly!

Photo: pattan87

?B-30-UG, Jalan C180/1, Dataran C180 (192.38 mi) Cheras, Selangor 43200

?12:00 PM – 11:00 PM (Closed on Monday)


3. PMK (大華茶粿/糖水鋪)

Photo by @jonp050

PMK Dessert is a humble store with a twist: you can indulge in some delicious chinese dessert action while munching on some great snacks and Nyonya kuih. You will find the common red bean soup, peanut paste, herbal egg, fu chuk yi mai (barley with beancurd) and many more.

Photo by @b2st_m3
Photo: tiff__tiffany

Explore their menu for everything savoury and delightful, from Nasi Lemak to Put Chai Ko (pudding cake) and Taro cake. So if you are planning to have your dinner and dessert at the same time, this is the perfect place to be.

?43, Jalan Kancil, Pudu, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur


?3:00 PM – 12:00 AM (Closed on Tuesday)

4. Sweeto 思味特

Photo: gwynetthyee

If you’re still struggling between having a warm decadent of Chinese Tong Shui or having a slice of cake to fulfil your sweet desires, Sweet O shall be your next venture. Featuring various traditional pastes such as peanut paste, black sesame paste, and almond paste, all are authentically crafted and ready to soothe your soul. Serving simplicity with a twist, they have their Tong Shui served in coupe cocktail glasses, making them perfect for the gram!

Image may contain: dessert and food
Photo: Sweeto思味特
Photo: aunty.hi.tea

?39, 1, Jalan Kuchai Maju 8, Kuchai Entrepreneurs Park, 58200 Kuala Lumpur.


?12:00 PM – 12:00 AM daily

5. SYTC Tong Shui (十月糖城糖水铺)

Image may contain: food
Photo: 十月糖城糖水铺

What can be more heartwarming than the taste of comfort food desserts after a perfect meal? With hot and cold desserts on its menu, SYTC Tong Shui is an ideal place to indulge for those who struggle to choose between a warm traditional Tong Shui and cold modern desserts. Don’t leave without trying their Tofu Longan Milk. The tofu is so fresh and smooth which will bring your love even further for this bowl of sweet goodness!

Image may contain: food
Photo: 十月糖城糖水铺
Image may contain: food
Photo: 十月糖城糖水铺

?99-1, Jalan Dataran Cheras 5, Dataran Perniagaan Cheras, (188.93 mi) Cheras, 43200 KL

?2:00 PM – 12:00 AM

6. Ruby Restaurant 芝麻糊大王

Photo: Sometag

With the shop name “The King of Black Sesame Paste”, Ruby Restaurant is really confident in their store’s offerings, but they’re not exaggerating at all. It is now a fourth-generation business which has been lingering in the KL desserts scene for more than 100 years! You don’t want to resist a bowl of Black Sesame Paste next time you’re in the area.

Photo: reginabelle_wms
Photo: juneewong

?Jalan Landak, No. 32, Jalan Kancil, Pudu, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

?12:30 PM – 3:30 PM / 5:00 PM – 11:30 PM (Closed on Monday)

7. Hong Kee Dessert Stall 洪记糖水

Photo by @t.w.k._

Come along and discover whether you‘d agree with hundreds of locals who swear this store serves one of the best traditional Chinese desserts in PJ. Unlike the overpoweringly sweet syrupy versions, their Tong Shui is filled with natural goodness from all the generous ingredients served – dried longan, white fungus, gingko nuts, sea coconut, sweet potato, and more.

Photo: siewyin11
Photo: cheryllengleng

You’ll be spoilt for choices as a culmination of Chinese desserts is offered, all bubbling in huge stainless steel pots ready to be conquered. We definitely don’t fancy the almost-guaranteed super long queue at this stall. But trust me, all is worth the wait.

?Pasar Sentosa, Jalan 17/27, Seksyen 17, 46400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

?5:00 PM – 11:30 PM

8. Sweet Hut

Photo: @evelynyinn
Photo: happycheah

Fresh, premium ingredients are used to create desserts at this namesake restaurant, Sweet Hut Dessert. This Tong Shui place’s dessert menu changes seasonally, with surprises guaranteed for every visit. It is surely one for the indecisive, those who struggle to choose between a warm traditional Tong Shui and modern ice cream desserts. In fact, a warm bowl of their signature Tong Shui is definitely the perfect antidote for a weary soul.

Photo: sweethutmy

?39-1 Jalan Kuchai Maju 8, Kuchai Entrepreneur Park, Kuala Lumpur.

?12:00 PM – 1:00AM (daily)

9. Chicken Bowl (鸡公碗糖水 – 传统糖水)

Image may contain: food and indoor
Photo: 鸡公碗糖水

After enjoying a sumptuous lunch or dinner, you may sweep off the spices and salt on your taste buds by indulging in its delicious desserts! Furnished in a traditional Chinese style setting, Chicken Bowl serves red bean soup, wheat porridge, sweet potato soup, Bubur Cha Cha and Ginkgo Barley with Yuba and more. Not forgetting their Chinese snacks, like red tortoise cakes, Chinese carrot cakes, and Nyonya kuih, there’s surely a type to satisfy every palette. Do check them out!

Image may contain: coffee cup, drink, food and indoor
Photo: 鸡公碗糖水
Photo: 鸡公碗糖水

?No 9, Taman Selamat, Batu 14,Jalan Cheras, Kajang, Malaysia

?3:00 PM -11:00 PM (closed on Monday)

10. New So Sweet Dessert 甜心糖水

Photo: stephh_yong

From cold to hot, there are choices for the hot humid days as well as the cold rainy days. Surely one of the best dessert places in KL, New So Sweet Dessert roars with an array of desserts: red bean soup with tang yuan, peanut paste, mango sago, tau fu fah and even ABC. Everything is prepared to perfection, so rich in flavour that will leave you wanting for more.

Photo: jihosveritas
Photo: alextks93

?7G, Jalan Kiara 3, Kawasan Perniagaan Kiara, Semenyih

?12:30 PM – 3:30 PM / 5:00 PM – 11:30 PM (Closed on Monday)

List: 10 Best Late-Night Tong Shui Places In KL and Klang Valley

Traditional desserts will always have a special place in our hearts. When you have a bad day, a bowl of Tong Shui will never fail to work their magic and turn things around for the better. So, don’t forget to check out these Tong Shui places that we’ve specially curated for you foodies. See y’all soon with more exciting content, byes!

Read also: 10 Must-Try Carbonara Spots In KL You Can’t Miss! (2019 Guide)

We would like to invite you to join our New Private Community Group! Here you are free to ask questions, share your love for food, and explore the Penang community! We will also regularly post about casual promos and latest findings.

Click on the button below and hunt good food with us today!
KL Foodie

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button