41 Sunset Way
#01-06 Clementi Arcade
Singapore 597071

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Saturday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Sunday:
02:00pm - 07:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
02:00pm - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

I still prefer this over lady M. I also enjoy the taste of the burnt caramel on top. It's not cheap but it's not easy to get the crepes so thin and well done.

The owner warned me that this is gonna be addictive. I would like to say that he's being cocky, but if you can back up your words then it's not cocky, it's just speaking the truth.

And the truth he spoke. The fudgy brownie was good on its own, but the Salted caramel was definitely next level. They didnt pull any punches with the depth of flavour, particularly the saltiness. You can taste it clearly, and yet it wasnt so much as to overpower the sweetness.

So yes, the owner is right haha

This one was decent too, but not as special as the rest. Could be because i ate it with my sweet receptors surpressed abit

Yes, it's Lady M's price so you know they got a lot of confidence in themselves

NOTE also that this isnt in the display case, instead it's on a paper notification above the display case and its not available daily either

The Mille Crepe was soft and the bruleed top was perfect. Really added a nice crunchy textural contrast but wasnt too sweet either. However the durian puree was what set them apart. They cooked D24 durian as well as add secret ingredients, until it's super rich and slightly sticky, such that if u stick your fork horizontally into a bite, the bottom half wouldnt fall off. Despite it's richness, it doesnt feel heaty at all. Truly a glamourous creation deserving of its price

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When it's in such a ulu location yet they charge you similar prices to normal cake shops, you know something's up.

The gula melaka and strong Banana flavours melded well, but what made it a winner for me was how moist everything tasted tgt.

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@ahpeksfoodlog and I shared a radish Cake aka Lor Bak Gou (Quarter, $8). Made from a traditional family recipe, this savoury chinese cake consists of radish bits, chinese sausage and dried shrimp. It's also toppled with plenty of fried shallots, spring onion and sliced chilli to ensure every bite packs a punch!

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