Dark Chocolate

$10.00 · 27 Reviews

All tarts were about $11-$13.
Had the dark chocolate and the hojicha Earl Grey.
The dark chocolate was a classic. The hojicha Earl Grey was slightly lacking in hojicha flavour but contained the fragrance of the tea.
Price is steep but overall it had great flavours and textures. All in all a satisfying afternoon sweet treat.

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The dark chocolate tart ($10) was a tart worthy of my namesake of indulgentism. Indulgence in spades as the rich milk chocolate smoothly layered over caramel and macadamia.

A tasteful richness but not overly extravagant, in line with the understated elegance that seemed to pervade Tarte by Cheryl Koh’s creations.

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Incredible Tarts to tide this CB.

Lemon meringue was tangy and sweet. All in 1 bite.
Dark chocolate was rich and decedent.
Mix berries was a surprising delight.
Pandan coconut was like nostalgia of old times.

The tarts were price $8-$12 per piece. They provide delivery( at extra charge) too!

This box is simply wonderful.

Tarts ($8-11)
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🍴Delicious and refined #tarts by the head pastry chef of @lesamisgroupsg. Albeit pricey, they were of amazing texture and flavour balance, and we understand why people would fork out the money for these desserts. Our favourite was definitely the #strawberrytart with it’s perfect balance of berry, custard, buttery crust, and what we think was some alcohol ($11). We also enjoyed the baked cheese ($8) and dark chocolate ($8). If you’re looking for a more unique and local flavour, the #pandancoconuttart tasted like kaya but was on the sweet side for our palettes. P.S the recipe for the strawberry tart can be found on the Michelin guide and even though I followed it to a tee, it can’t come anywhere near the original which further highlights the skill and dedication involved in this craft
📍@tartebycherylkoh, 1 Scotts Road #02-12, Shaw Centre Singapore

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Highly recommend the Lime and Basil Tart which has a great balance of sour and sweet plus a nice hint of basil. The signature dark chocolate tart tastes nice, but nothing unique.

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They have since moved from level 1 to level 2 of Shaw centre! Free tarts sponsored by SCB! Blueberry, coconut pandan, lime and basil, dark chocolate tarts. My favourite was the coconut pandan! The prices also seemed to have increased from $7++ to now $10++! 😱 #burpple #burpplesg #tartebycherylkoh #food #foodiesg #sgfoodie #whati8today #8dayseat #vscofoodie #iweeklyfood #foodporn #foodstagram #vscofood #foodphotography #sgmakan #sgmakandiary #sgfoodstagram #singaporeeats #exploresingaporeeats #exploresg #whatsgoodhere #foodtrails #sgfoodies #sgeats

Venue: Shaw center, level 2
Cost: $10/pc cake
Drink: $8 for melon & rose cold brew
For the drink, is not sweet. It has a very nice bland w the rose aroma at the end.

The ambience is quite n a good place to chill.

A trip to SG wouldn’t be complete without visiting an iconic dessert place which is Tarte by Cheryl Koh. This dessert place has been an icon for the dessert lovers to come and try out its beautiful creations and it sells like hot cakes!! Well when we arrived, the display counters was almost empty up but luckily we managed to order a Dark chocolate tart.. The cafe was really spacious and cosy with decorative items featuring their desserts.. It’s a great place to relax or chat with your girlfriend after a sumptuous lunch. We had a Dark a Chocolate tart which was made with 66% Cacao Barry from Mexico.. Appearance wise it was truly elegant with a glossy sheen towards the chocolate layer of the tart.. The tart was really smooth and well made that complements the dark chocolate notes without being overly sweet..