Chef Yamashita Shop (Tanjong Pagar Plaza)

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We are a Japanese artisan patisserie at Tanjong Pagar, located inside Tanjong Pagar Plaza. Run by Chef Yamashita, who creates a bit of heaven on earth with his delightful Japanese inspired pastries. Our cakes are not only pretty to look at, but scrumptious as well. Please come visit our shop and try our cakes! You can also order our cakes online at

1 Tanjong Pagar Plaza
Singapore 082001

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10:00am - 06:30pm

10:00am - 06:30pm

10:00am - 06:30pm

10:00am - 06:30pm

10:00am - 04:00pm

10:00am - 06:30pm

10:00am - 06:30pm

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Set for 1 ($12) included a slice of cake as well as a drink. Chose the Mille Feuille - how do you even pronounce this? - as well as an iced fruits-loaded earl grey tea. Loved the cream and raspberry jam in the Mille Feuille, but didn't care much for the puff pastry. The iced tea though, so refreshing! I still think about it until now.

Birthday cake choice this year is Chef Yamashita’s Uji Matcha Cake! Only thought that the toppings didn’t really match the cake, but otherwise it was a very lovely one to have - light cream all around and especially enjoyed the middle matcha cream that was distinctly bittersweet. Sponge was soft too. We had the smallest size but they have many sizes to pick from to suit your occasions


I love both the cookies. Buttery and fragrant and also affordable at $6.80 per pack. Cny period and others are selling cookies at cut throat prices. I don't really fancy the fanciful tins of some shops. I rather the shop spend less and pass the savings on to the consumer. Just my personal opinion. I am going to eat the cookies and not the tin anyway. On the left of the picture is the Earl Grey financier. Somehow I don't really detect the fragrance of any Earl Grey. I will give the financier a miss.

Go for the Mille feuille and the strawberry short cakes. They are really good. The textures of the flaky pastry, the tart strawberry, the cake part and the light creams are such a good match. The chocolate renga is decent but I still prefer rive gauche version which has a thicker layer of crunch. The chocolate puff is also light. But i still recommend going for their cakes.

💸$18, not too dense with a really subtle yuzu taste

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💸$50 for 18cm, feeds 8-10 pax comfortably👌🏻
Got their strawberry cake multiple times for birthday celebrations and really enjoyed everything about the cake especially how light the cream is🤤