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112 East Coast Road
#B1-05 I12 Katong
Singapore 428802

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Friday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Saturday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Monday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Tuesday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

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The pizzas at Chef Icon redefined the stereotypical view that pizzas are “junk food” because what we get is a vegetarian and clean tasting rendition of the Italian staple. While this tasted nothing like the usual Italian/ American pizzas, the unique bread like base with a pastry like crisp crust was noteworthy.
The toppings of mild cheese, curry powder, a soy based vegetarian ham and healthy fresh tomato chunks were contributions to the clean character of this 6-inch pizza.

3 Likes

I ABSOLUTELY loved this! Quite pricey for its size, but the tart base is flaky, buttery and everything you could ask for! The chocolate custard was fragrant and not overly sweet, which i love too :)

They have many other flavours, but this one was really good to me!

The best thing we had on our first visit to Chef Icon had to be the yakiniku mushroom sandwich that was quite memorable; the black pepper sauce that so prominently coats the meat-like mushroom chunks worked like a charm in between perfectly baked sesame sandwich bread. This goes into the category of “making vegetarian food a hearty affair.”

2 Likes

What I was really here for was their cheesecake which I read was one of the best in Singapore. I’d only sadly learnt there is no per slice version but the cafe takes whole cake order instead. We settled for the cheese tart that had quite a good cheese filling but the crumbly and dry biscuit tart base was way too tastelessly health conscious for our liking.

2 Likes

Croissant at an almost break the bank price- but thankfully it had good layers, enough butter and flavour.
Yet what I was really here for was their cheesecake which I read was one of the best in Singapore. I’d only sadly learnt there is no per slice version but the cafe takes whole cake order instead. We settled for the cheese tart that had quite a good cheese filling but the crumbly and dry biscuit tart base was way too tastelessly health conscious for our liking.
The best thing had to be the yakiniku mushroom sandwich that was quite memorable; the black pepper sauce that so prominently coats the meat-like mushroom chunks worked like a charm in between perfectly baked sesame sandwich bread. This goes into the category of “making vegetarian food a hearty affair.”

2 Likes

Tried these vegan, eggless tarts since there was a buy 3 get 1 free promo. Definitely incredibly pricy, but since my brother is allergic to egg, we caved and decided to get this to try. It was definitely not bad- really creamy fillings and the pistachio tart even had a small layer of pistachio cream inside. The crust was really crumbly though, probably because of the lack of egg to hold it together. Nevertheless, it was still quite good and tasted like the base of a cheesecake! Price-wise, wouldn’t get this again though.

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