Chalk Farm (Parkway Parade)

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*Whole cakes have to be ordered four days in advance

80 Marine Parade Road
#B1-83M Parkway Parade
Singapore 449269

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09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

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Chalk Farm is famous for their gorgeous (and expensive) cakes, but this sponge cake literally takes take the cake when it comes to price. What you get in an admittedly generous slice, is a moist, fluffy sponge cake stained through with sweetness of jammy raspberry and an undertone of pleasing bitterness from the Campari. The cream frosting is indulgent yet light, and the garnish of forest berries and rosemary sprigs add a layer of freshness that's quite welcome.

Taste: 3.5/5


This is their chocolate cake. The pic looks ugly because I kept this cake overnight and dug it out to take a pic. But I gotta admit this cake is good. Even though it has been kept overnight, it's still so moist and rich. Really a treat but do be aware that is oily. Do share it with another person.

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[backlog] The festive season celebrations at home happen to be a concurrent cake galore for my family. I mean 5 cakes in a span of less than a week is no small feat?

2 of which happened on the same day and were local flavours, Ondeh Ondeh and Durian Pengat ordered from the Malayan Council.

On another day mum got a massive salted Carmel red velvet from a trusted cake company we’ve familiarised ourselves with, post moving to the East. Chalk Farm did not disappoint with the dense red velvet sponge dyed in deep red beetroot colouring; layered with thick salted caramel cream, a great pairing in my opinion.

May the new year be of better food experience and delicious cake slices on treatyoself days✨


The most expensive Kueh Salat we have ever had, but along with its price tag came a level of finesse. While there were parts of the sticky rice that were uncooked, it was mostly cooked perfectly, soft yet retaining a level of chewiness and bite. The star of the show was the custard though: it was smooth, the coconut milk tasted extremely fresh, and the pandan super fragrant. Worth a try for sure if you’re a nyonya kueh fan, for a more sophisticated and elegant version of this dish.

Can Order👍


Not the first time here, it is as if chalk farm desserts are imbue with an assurance of taste & quality. We loved the softer than usual kueh with fresh ingredient i.e. grated coconut, no preservative etc- for a premium but worth it premium 🙃

P.S: pardon the “touched” Lapis


[Disclaimer: Pregnant and nursing mothers should avoid this as it contains dye from the butterfly pea flower]

It’s been awhile since I last bought myself anything from Chalk Farm. Their bakes always seem so enticing, but I always come across their shop after a heavy dinner, which dampens any motivation to get anything from them. 😂

My mum actually got their Gula Melaka Chiffon which I will discuss in another post, but they were kind enough to give her a complimentary slice of their Kueh Salaat, which includes a layer of glutinous rice beautifully imbued in a blue hue from dried Bunga Telang (aka butterfly pea flower). Anyone who’s grown up in a Malay or Peranakan household would be familiar with the putri salat as a dessert. And anyone who has witnessed the process of making this would know how painstaking and time-consuming it is.

Yet, the result is amazing - it’s this slightly jiggly kueh that is confident in holding its shape and boasts a gratifyingly smooth cross-section. Chalk Falm’s rendition cuts with an incredible amount of ease. You don’t need any sort of swagger or finesse to make an incision and make it look good. And the heart of this, its taste, was this sweet symphony of coconut milk, the eggy custard and a hint of vanilla. Personally, it screams nostalgia to me. I’ve never felt this lucky now that I realise that this is one item that is permanently associated with my culture.

The best part about this though was how the rice was devoid of an unpleasant stickiness that comes with all the putri salats I’ve had. It feels lighter and less guilt-inducing, yet has the characteristic taste in a prominent amount to back it up. As novice food writers would say - this is a must try! 🤗 (7.7/10)