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Found this old school confectionery at Clementi, just a short walk away from train station.

You would find all the freshly baked pastries and cakes on display here. As I was searching for something I want to grab, I found this dark colour filling which turned up to be black sesame.

The flavour wasn’t too strong but pleasant hint as you eat. Fluffy texture as well.

Went to Maxi Coffee Bar and ordered an Iced Cereal Milk Latte ($7.50) and a Black Cold Brew ($5.80)!😇 Overall ratings 8/10! Really liked the Cereal Latte but the Cold Brew has quite a sour note🥹 Would head back again for the Cereal Latte😁

This Hainanese Happiness Set (U.P. $68, 10% off in Dec) comprises:
☃️ Midnight Goma Snowman Brownie Delight: lokks so cute right! As a black sesame fan, this is my favourite! 🖤
☕️ Hainanese Coffee Dream: perfect for coffee lovers, savour the richness of Hainan Kopi Gao in the cream! 🤤
🥥 Hainanese-inspired Yibua Blissful Brownie: love the chewy mochi inside 🤍! topped with gula melaka grated coconut.
🪵 Pandan Kaya Swiss Roll Log Cake: mindblowingly good! Featuring @thehainanstory's fluffy roll cake with aromatic pandan kaya filling 💚, combined with @whiskdom's brownie bits, topped with pistachios & dried cranberries, this was such a treat! 😋

What's Christmas withou Santa Claus?
Filled with nutella and topped with cherry & raisin

Christmas Special
Buttery brioche topped with candied orange peels, dried cranberries and coco chips
Christmas came early this month

1 for 1 with Entertainer. otherwise I don't feel it's worth it.

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superb sando.
good for 2 pax if also sharing sides.

oatside really beings out the fruity notes of the single origin blend!! one of my fav oat whites now

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The squirrel is a multi faceted dessert. Definitely great for chocolate lovers
At the top is a chocolate mouse dusted with a very fine cacao powder.

Inside we have dark ganache, I tasted salted caramel too, and a a fudgey brownie or dark chocolate fudge?

At the bottom it has a chocolate biscuit to hold it together. It was a rather heavy dessert so best to pair it with a hot cup of tea. I chose French Earl Grey. Which helped to cleanse the palette in between each mouthfuls of the chocolate.

Be sure to dig in from the top all the way down to the biscuit so each mouthful has all the different elements.