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Mango Milk from Singapore's Rockery

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After a really satisfying dinner at BonChon (read my full post about that in this here link), the family decided that some sweet drinks were in order.  So off we went to Rockery to partake in some highly calorific liquid treats.


Rockery at Bugis Junction

Located in a fairly-sized side booth at Bugis Junction mall, Rockery sells a huge variety of Taiwanese food and drinks, most famous of which are their their bubble tea concoctions.

But me, being not too big a fan of bubble teas, I then settled for a tall cup of Mango milk (S$3.50 / Php115.50) instead.

Mango milk


I love milk.  Whether plain or flavored, they will always have a special space in my heart errr... make that, stomach.  So my choice really was a no-brainer.

As the name implies, it's fresh milk with mango juice mixed it.  It's a tad sweet, but highly addicting.  Great option for dessert.  Yum!

If only we weren't full, we'd have had a few samples of the food offerings too.  Ahhh..well, there's always next time.  J

*S$1 = Php33

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Rockery 
Bugis Junction
200 Victoria Street #01-61
Bugis, Singapore 188021 
T    +65 6837 2661


Planning to visit?  Drop by my "Getting Around Singapore" post (click here) for more details on how to get around the Lion City.
 

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