Meet Fresh seems to be one of many Taiwanese dessert houses that are still going strong whilst others are losing their charm as quick as dew in summer morning.
I believe this is partly because they serve extensive range of desserts and the serving size is absolutely very large. I bought my taro ball dessert and there were abundance of ingredients circling a mountain of shaved ice, I wasn't surprised that I could not finish it all.
The large portion does come at quite a price, though. Although this is quite reasonable, in Chinatown currency the price might translate to a lot of other dessert options.
Size and price aside, the desserts are very authentic and tasted very good, although the sweetness level might be a little too much for some (at least it was a little too much for me after eating it for a while).
They also sell tea drinks such as milk tea and cream tea. There is one dessert called Noodle Jelly Crushed Ice which sounds very interesting but I am yet to get myself to order this one.
I'd heard of Meet Fresh before, but I always thought it was "Meat Fresh" and had assumed it was a butcher. Anyway, as it turns out, you can get Taiwanese style desserts with an assortment of toppings.
Not knowing the menu, I found it a little overwhelming when it came to ordering but I managed to choose something I quite liked. The servings are huge and are very sweet, so approach with caution. Asian desserts can be a bit of an acquired taste as well so stick with the mainstream items on the menu unless you know what you are doing.