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Right up my alley as I love to eat mochi and croissant individually. The croissants are slightly flaky and adequately chewy, though a little cold to my liking. Highly recommended the flavoured ones including matcha and custard filling!

Nunsongyee's desserts are on the pricer side as compared to regular soft serves, but they do hit the spot when you crave for Korean desserts around the area. The Oreo Bingsu is one of the classics one must definitely try.

Dont try to pour the condensed milk over the Oreo powder please. All the milk will definitely be below the bowl instead. Make a hole, then pour into the ice within! They will soak them all up!

Matcha flavour is mild in Baker & Cook’s matcha latte. Okay for a quick fix, but there’re other places nearby that serve up better matcha lattes. Did like the small brownie cube provided to go along with their beverages, which was chocolatey and soft.

My strongest impression of this cuppa is the extremely thick and creamy foam layer. It’s also dusted with cocoa powder - yums! The coffee taste is quite strong in this one and it felt like the milk-coffee ratio was skewed. Overall still not bad!

Chocolate Lamington was like a crumbly chocolate cake coated with dessicated coconut. While it was soft, the cake was on the dry side. We did appreciate that the chocolate flavour was prominent and that the lamington was not just chocolate-coloured.

The chocolate almond croissant was served slightly warm which melts the chocolate filling and really helps increase enjoyment of this pastry. The croissant texture here can’t hold a candle to the airy, crisp, flaky likes of Mother Dough or OMC, but I appreciated the generous amounts of molten chocolate filling and almond slices. Even though there’s no marzipan filling, I’d choose this chocolate croissant over Mother Dough’s anytime due to the amount of chocolate inside. However, OMC’s is a clear winner in this category. Still nice to pick up if you’re craving a quick bite as Baker & Cook is conveniently located in Bugis Junction!

Good coffee. Can be stronger though. Not acidic, which I like.

Oh...they don’t serve their coffee in to-go cups. I asked for it.

This is $5.50.

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Dipped with luscious valrhona chocolate and using French butter. This Madeline was a treat with crispy edges and a soft inside $3.8

Using premium French lescure butter and giving customers the choice of their own flour (freshly killed at the shop), you can really taste the love @konditorisg. This sourdough brownie was the highlight for me, gooey centre and a crisp and slightly yeasty crust. Also Muslim owned and halal! #sheeatslocal - $6