2am : dessertbar

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~$20/pax
Known for her innovative take on desserts and her ever-evolving creations at 2am:dessertbar in Holland Village, Chef Janice Wong continually strives to better herself and her creations through her tireless passion for innovation and creativity.

21a Lorong Liput
Singapore 277733

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Sunday:
11:00am - 02:00am

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
03:00pm - 02:00am

Wednesday:
03:00pm - 02:00am

Thursday:
03:00pm - 02:00am

Friday:
03:00pm - 02:00am

Saturday:
11:00am - 02:00am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

An average plate of fries. The shoe-string fries were well-salted, but sadly the truffle flavour was not pronounced. However, it’s a decent dish for sharing and for those who want something savoury to cut through the sweetness of the desserts there. Or if you have a sweet tooth, you might want to skip this entirely and order another dessert instead.

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I like to have my desserts with black coffee since it helps to cut through some of the sweetness and richness of desserts in general. This coffee tasted acidic which I don't appreciate, but the infusion of the cinnamon stick saved the day and gave it a warm, comforting aroma and a taste that is great year-round.

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An apt name for the dish, this dessert was full of citrus flavour. From the konatsu (a Japanese citrus fruit) aerated cheesecake and chiffon cake, to the scoop of yuzu sorbet, to the white miso yuzu sauce, the dessert was tangy and with a good balance of sweet and sour flavours. The addition of Bergamot cheese to the dish added a hint of saltiness which made the dish even more refreshing. Overall a good choice of dessert for people looking for something lighter on the palette but without compromising on taste.

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This dish comprised several strong flavours. The aerated frozen chocolate and salted caramel sauce it was covered in were sweet, while the Kochi yuzu sorbet was tart and refreshing. The accompanying chocolate soil was gritty and bitter. These components came together really well for a bite that was full of chocolate flavour but not overly decadent.

I wish I could identify what the remaining components of the dessert are, but to be honest, I don’t know. I just know that everything is really good.

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X’Mas High Tea
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Exquisite high tea by Janice Wong. In frame: X’mas Hat & X’mas Tree cake, Ruby Opera & Smoked Cheesecake, Diamond chocolate bons bons, cookies & Egg Nogs. Outside of frame: Two Men Bagel Special, marshmallows smore’s, cheese fondue with chips & spiced chocolate jelly. Lovely meal, friendly staff. Can’t wait to see JW next creation
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2am :  Dessert Bar by Janice Wong
@2amdessertbar

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The dessert was mind-blowingly good... We were searching for a dessert place that opened till late in the area and I’m so glad we found this hidden gem!

The chocolate brownie/cake was so rich in flavours, and goes so well with the creamy vanilla ice cream. They added popping sugar candy for a super interesting mouthfeel, which made this dish so so unique!

We also tried Cassis Plum ($24) and we recommend that as well if you’d like a more unusual dessert flavour. Each mouth was a different surprise but all the different elements go so well together!

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