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I ACTUALLY ATE TARO! 😂 not a fan of taro but I love whisking bakes taro log cake! Soft fluffy with a nice dense bite💜 natural sweetness from the taro infused in the cream🥰

I also tried their Christmas Ginger Cookies ($5.80/100g) ☃️, nicely spiced with a blend of ginger & nutmeg. Texture wise it is pretty hard but I am okay with the bite. Available for dine-in, takeaway or delivery at all Toast Box outlets islandwide 🇸🇬 from now till 25 Dec! 😊

You can't go wrong with their indulgent Choco Milo ($3.60/16oz), a classic combination of Milo 🍫, evaporated milk 🥛 & crunchy oreo crumbs! Nice drink!

Going at $3.20/slice or $18/6pcs, their Christmas Brownies 🎄 are looking festive with a white chocolate-dipped Oreo cookie 🤍 adorned with a green chocolate Christmas tree illustration h a final flourish of a gold candy star décor 🌟!

It's all eyes on the cutest Jolly Rudolph ($3.60/slice, $22.80/whole cake) 🦌 - almost too cute to eat! 🤩 Wrapped around luscious chocolate ganache butter cream is a pillow-soft chocolate chiffon that is finished with a dusting of chocolate powder 🍫! What a creamy treat!

Partner described it as chonky, it really was very thick and almost slightly sticky in texture. The flavours weren't very prominent, mainly notes of dark chocolate but you can hardly taste the salted caramel. If you're basic(and there's nothing wrong w it), you'll probably love it?

Noticed that it's very popular w ladies based on reviews and today I get why. This isn't a normal orh nee cake, it's very floral. The yam paste is good but what's most striking is just how much it tastes like a floral cake rather than orh nee. I still enjoyed it tho, just not tremendously, it's quite different from what you expect.

Adjust expectations, that's my advice if you're getting this. Otherwise it's alright, or maybe I just have high standards for orh nee (stuff)

Found a kind of secret @twgteaofficial a while back after cancelling our reservation with a hotel that only informed us about their menu change one day before our appointment (when I booked weeks in advance). We could only walk in and this outlet was quiet enough for us to be seated immediately too! Food was pretty decent and the prices were rather reasonable compared to other afternoon tea sets out there too! My friends loved the scones with the tea jelly a lot as well 😆 overall, service was good and we liked the ambience too!

Thick, frothy shot of freshly-whisked hojicha layered onto fresh oat milk. Slightly sweetened by default but I opted for no sugar to savour the richness of the tea.

Surprisingly, the Gambas ajillo ($18.90) here was quite decent although they aren’t specialised in Spanish food. Served with de-shelled prawns cloaked in a garlic-infused olive oil with some smoky hints of paprika, as well as fried garlic pieces. Mop up the fragrant olive oil with the crusty bread for elevated indulgence!