40 Siloso Beach Walk
Singapore 098996

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10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

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The choux pastry had a hard crisp and cuts like cardboard. I like it, can't rlly rmb if it's exactly the same at the tanjong pagar outlet.

However the filling is different. That was extremely milky but this was more custardy, there's a very strong sweetness and a prominent enough custard taste. Not too bad, but not as mindblowingly good as the tanjong pagar's one

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Had a coffee soft serve and it was 100% worth the price tag. I think it was just under $10. Baristart coffee is already delicious, and this creamy and perfect soft serve delivers that and more.

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We wanted an ice-cold drink after walking all around the beach area and we settled on an iced hojicha Txpresso at Baristart! Sadly, the drink was overly milky to the point where the taste of the milk overshadowed the hojicha tea. While it would be a great drink for those who love milk, we wanted to taste more of the hojicha flavour. :( It didn't help that the drink became even more dilute as the ice started to melt. 😐 We would probably not get this drink again, or we may get the hot version!

Baristart's cream puffs are one of our favourite! 😁 The choux exterior was crusty and we love the crunch on the outside! On the other hand, the inside was filled with a very light cream made from Hokkaido biei milk! While we could taste the milk in the cream, the flavour wasn't rich to the extent where we would feel satiated from it. Although the cream puff costs $6, it is actually rather big and you may want to share it with someone else so that you won't get overly full from it!

The Baristart Coffee outlet on Sentosa is pretty small and you have to walk around 10 minutes from the Beach Station monorail to get to it. Alternatively, you can take the Beach Station Tram for around 2 or 3 stops but it is usually impossible to get onto the trams on weekends. 😰 Don't expect to find a seat easily at Baristart Coffee as the Sentosa outlet is also very popular!

The very famous cream puff that never disappoints. While yes, $6 is indeed pricey for a cream puff but for the quality, size, and experience, I do think that it is pretty worth it. However, the experience at Sentosa does ruin it a bit. Compared to sitting down in an air-conditioned cafe with a plate and proper knife, his was in a takeaway box and recyclable fork and knife which was quite difficult to cut the puff. Nonetheless, the cold cream puff was crispy, fluffy, and very very creamy. The quality of the cream was also top notch β€” thick and milky, yet not too overwhelming. Although yes, the cream was a lot, but I don't think anybody is going to mind a bursting cream puff.


Thought this was a bit pricey for what I got. Ice cream was indeed thick and soft. Coffee flavour was adequately strong but I thought the Hokkaido Milk flavour was a bit on the lighter side. Nonetheless, both flavours complemented one another very well and it was not too sweet. However, it was a really small cup and $6 for the portion really burnt a hole in the wallet.