THE LAST 30% SALE: We're not kidding. This is your LAST chance to enjoy 30% OFF on the Annual plan! >

3 Temasek Boulevard
#B1-K5 Suntec City
Singapore 038983

(open in Google Maps)

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

View Address & Details
Managing this business?
Use our tools to maintain your business info and view analytics to reach more customers.
Claim your page now for FREE


From the Burpple community

Soybean Custard & Red Bean Paste with Riceball & Matcha Dough


Skin is so thin 👍🏻 love the combination of red bean & custard 😋 and the mochi is a bonus! Worth the extra $0.60

1 Like

💸$4.90 for 4pcs of each flavour

Very soft and slightly chewy. Prefer the soybean powder version

💸 $2.90

Skin is a bit thicker compared to the other Obanyaki. Wish for a more intense Matcha flavour

Double Chocolate Obanyaki - $3.50
Matcha flavour obanyaki stuffed with warm chocolate custard inside. Hidden inside is also tasty French premium dark chocolate! Not too sweet, suitable as a quick snack in between meals. Only available in SG, for a limited time only
108 Matcha Saro


The pancake is not your average soggy pancake! It's crispy on the outside. Match taste is strong but not yet bitter. Red bean fillings is a bit on the sweet side but good balance with the green tea flavour. Their menu is gorgeous with quite a number of lovely desserts. I'll come back for more. 😋

Finally visited 108 Matcha Saro (from Hokkaido, Japan) at Suntec City to try their green tea parfait 🍵

There are so many different dessert options and drinks to choose from here! The parfait consists of: matcha (or hojicha) soft serve, green tea syrup (you can opt for black sugar syrup), green tea jelly, warabi mochi, red bean, shiratama mochi and black sugar jelly.

Verdict: From the first mouthful I wasn’t a fan of the matcha soft serve. It was just too cloying and gao^. There was really no nuance to it, and the whole dessert was kind of sweet and will leave you feeling very jelak*. I think the ratio is a bit off. Think it would be nicer if the ice cream itself was less heavy and thick, and also much less, and if there was more black sugar jelly and green tea jelly (and if the jelly had more concentrated green tea flavour and was less mochi-like). Also it needed some hot tea to go with it! Usually in Japan, traditional Japanese shops serve tea with these types of desserts.

Price: Not that cheap and if the Internet did not exist, I would have a lot more money in my bank account! 😂💸💸💸

I spent almost half an hour trying to locate 108 Matcha Saro in Suntec City as the directory didn’t provide directions :( To find it, it’s on B1, between Javier’s Rotisserie and Food Republic. Once you’re there, go past Four Leaves, Aburi-En and Fluff Stack and you will see it. 108 Matcha Saro is a corner store in an island of small shops.

^ gao: Hokkien word for thick.
*jelak: Malay word for having consumed too much overwhelmingly rich food.