6 Tebing Lane
#01-05
Singapore 828835

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Crisp, fluffy waffle with a sprinkle of rainbow coloured, tiny confectionary sugar balls. Chocolate sauce game strong. Got the speculoos and chendol (complete with frozen green jelly) ice cream which were creamy and not too sweet. Come here for an affordable dessert fix after (or during) your cycling at Punggol Waterway.

11 Likes

Toasted marshmellow and Banana nut crunch ice cream. Unexpectedly, there is real marshmellow in it. Only disappointment was the banana nut crunch.

Here with the person who always satisfies my cravings. Ice creams here are pretty solid. Chocolate ice cream is thick and rich, whereas yuzu ice cream was light and refreshing, albeit a little too icy for me. The waffles could do with a little more work. While it came out crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, I felt the waffles would have better texture with a little more density. Nevertheless, a nice place to chill in Punggol area.

3 Likes

The former wore its Canadian roots with flamboyance with little gooey marshmallows for accessories, while the latter tasted like strong, aromatic coffee with no sugar added. Despite being cheesecakes, the texture of both cakes was decidedly thick and jellymoussey, and I really liked the salty biscuit base. These cakes (and the cafe) deserve Edusave Good Progress awards. 3.9/5

http://secretlifeoffatbacks.com/2015/05/maple-marshmallow-and-coffee-cheesecakes-cravings/

11 Likes

The standout was the earl grey cheesecake which had a chewy, salty crust and flaunted its distinct tea flavour and aroma with more swag than A&F does with its baby prostitute scent outside Knightsbridge. The paddlepop cheesecake, which I initially dismissed as being a cheap gimmick, was suitably sweet, harder than mousse yet softer and less gooey than normal cheesecake. I did not like the nutty almond coco - the cake crumbles awkwardly into a bajillion pieces with each fork and was hard to eat properly. I must give Cravings props for being a very good place for a late-night sugar fix with very, very attractive prices and deals. 3.5/5 (aggregate score)

http://secretlifeoffatbacks.com/2015/02/paddlepop-cheesecake-earl-grey-cheesecake-almond-coco-cravings/

6 Likes

Last night's late night cafe date and they opened till 1am! Although 1am, they were sold out on most cakes, leaving us these 2 choices.

[LEMON CHEESECAKE S$3.90] - find it too thick to my liking.

[LYCHEE CHEESECAKE S$3.90] - prefers this! Like tofu lychee cheesecake, lychee adds sweetness to the cake👍

3 Likes
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