Chalk Farm (Paragon)

345 Wishlisted
~$10/pax
*Whole cakes have to be ordered four days in advance

290 Orchard Road
#B1-K24 Paragon
Singapore 238859

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Tuesday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

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baked grated tapioca cake, enriched with coconut milk

a layer of glutinous rice, tinted with blue pea extract, and a custard enriched with fresh coconut milk and the flesh of mao shan wang durian

Got this aesthetic cake for my brother’s birthday 🎂

The cake itself is rich with a nutty pistachio flavour and the texture is dense yet moist. However, the cream is a tad salty.

If you like cakes that are rich and dense, Chalk Farm’s cakes will probably be to your liking.

Didn't like that shredded coconut but the kuek is still ok for me 🤌

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Chalk Farms (Black Forest Cake) ($9.80)

cherry tag for @cherrieecrafts 👁👄👁 so like not that waterish but got strong alcohol for cherry 🤌 and really got that flavour.

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When I last asked y’all lovely folks for kueh kosui recommendations, Chalk Farm came up so many times I’m like yo I have to get my hands on summa that. And my friends, thank you. Y’all are godsent. Cause this kueh kosui is THE MFKIN BOMB. That kueh itself OOOOOF it’s an absolute dream come true. Melts in your mouth omg like literally, so smooth, so silky, sooo soft I mean see how bendy that is, and I can taste the mellow earthiness of the gula melaka. I would’ve loved a more punchy hit of gula melaka, but this was acceptable for me. Unfortunately what I didn’t quite like was the shredded coconut. They’re very generous with it which I appreciate; but instead of the usual soft steamed grated coconut, Chalk Farm uses really really thick shavings of (I’m guessing) freshly toasted coconut flesh so it tastes like yknow old coconut flesh that’s really hard and tough and basically impossible to scrape off the husks? It wasn’t crunchy in a good way, overpowering the delicate kueh instead of complementing it. It was also more salty than sweet in a way that was rather jarring. That kueh though was so amazing, I’d forgo the coconut just to have it.

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