Buttercake N Cream

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Buttercake N Cream, hidden in the enclave of a tranquil ambience of Sunset Way presents to you a tasteful adventure of delectably tantalizing tastes! Enjoy the chapters of our ala carte menu which serves a wide array of sumptuous western and modern Italian fare. Take time to indulge and enjoy small treats of nibbles and sweet homemade desserts! Our Warm delights with a cup of freshly roasted premium coffee will make your stay as you begin your magical delights adventure. Last but not least, have a birthday or celebration cake that all your guests will remember with our customised Novelty Cakes. We love to listen to your ideas and assist you in creating a cake to remember! A tasteful adventure begin.. With love, Buttercake n cream

106 Clementi Street 12
Singapore 120106

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11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

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[ Café Food Review — Aesthetic =/= Quality ] It’s rare for me to order in food at home — not a fan of the unnecessary waste generated + no to lukewarm food — but unfortunately, it really is the only viable option on some days.

If I do order, it’s normally via Deliveroo. The delivery costs are cheaper, their discounts tend to be better (but for a small group of brands), and it means I don’t have to support Grab, yay!

And that is how I ended up with the order of Buttercake N Cream’s All Day Magical Set (25% off) ft. Chef’s Roasted Half (Spring) Chicken + Caesar Salad side + Peach Sparkler for $14.18, and a side of Chicken Nuggets for $7 because yours truly can’t say no to nuggets.

Here’s the only summary you need: If I’d been at the café, I’d have sent almost everything back. Which was an unpleasant discovery for me because apparently BnC has been voted as a great spot for food (then again, said vote is from a local forum), and takes pride in not just fostering a conducive ambience, but its gastronomical creations too. Apparently.

The frustrating thing is the food didn’t have to be horrible! I could taste the effort in balancing the flavours. For e.g., the spring chicken was honestly not bad — it was seasoned decently, with variations in herbs and condiments. So what’s the problem then?

Everything was d r e n c h e d in oil. And if it didn’t need oil, sauce.

No matter how good whatever I picked up was, it was absolutely ruined by the viscous sheen of oil that seeped and clung to every damn thing. The fragrance of the potato? Stifled by the oil. The crisp of the nuggets? Sodden by the oil.

The salad then? Inundated by dressing.

Now remember how I have horrible oil sensitivity? Add two and two together, and bam, guess who was rendered virtually incapacitated for the better part of my lunch. The silver lining? At least I’m home with access to all my meds.

Oh, and the drink wasn’t bad I guess. Not too sweet but lacking in body; but hey, it did wonders in washing the deluge of oil from my mouth.

Worst item of the day? The nuggets. Bland, limp, and drowning in enough oil to risk a USA invasion.

Best? The taro pie from Burger King my dad (thankfully) got for me.

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Sticky, fudge-y layers of chocolate fudge beneath the crispy chocolate balls proved to be highly satisfying! Best of all, it was not too sickeningly sweet!
This was a cake from the CNY 2021 festive pack

8.5 / 10

✅Will return✅
I guess it's okay
Not going back

This cafe has been in the Sunset Way neighborhood for years, known for their western food.

Sunset Way, Clementi


The chicken was fairly generous and tender and tasted delicious with the mushroom sauce. The sausage wasn’t the best, but it was okay. The mushrooms were tasty and the rosti was... weird. More like fried mashed potatoes with vegetables (to be fair, my idea of a rosti is the Marche kind)

I was drawn to this because of the peppermint, but I didn’t taste it at all. It tasted like a rich iced chocolate (which was pretty good), but it wasn’t minty. The doughnut was on the hard and dry side.

Portion-wise, this seemed pretty small.

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Come because it's quaint little place in sunset way. Nicely decorated, lush greenery, and relaxing. Think small garden patio in the heart of a HDB estate. Food is decent enough, so do not expect alot.


Tucked away in the newly revamped Sunset away is German beer garden turned cosy garden-themed bistro: Buttercake & Cream. As the name suggests, there are plenty of delectable and creative homemade cakes and sweets, such as the pictured Paddle Pop Chocolate Bar Crunch. But don't be fooled, this place does offer a rather extensive range of mains as well!