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Le Omm

$9.00 · 8 Reviews

It was our second time back at nesuto patisserie~

Miss' ispahan (comes with rose cream, rapsberry confit, lychee gelee, vanilla sponge and brown sugar sable;$9.80+) and the Le omm (matcha mascarpone cake; $9+)! Beautiful creations they have here! 🌟

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These pricey cakes become affordable with #burpplebeyond 1-for-1 deals. The goma (Black sesame) cake was fluffy, mild and not too sweet. I found signature Le omm (green tea) rather strange with tasteless sponge interspersed with artifical tasting green tea cream and jarringly sweet azuki (red bean). To be fair I dislike red bean. Nice to see actual baking going on at the premises. American coffee ($4.50+) came in a cheap looking paper cup (hate!!!!) although I was dining in. Still prefer cake spade nearby for their dense, moist and rich cakes (+ proper coffee cups).

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One of the two cakes we nabbed with Burpple Beyond’s 1-for-1! Matcha note was prominent in the smooth matcha cream, which I really liked, as it contributed to a bittersweet depth and nice variation in mouthfeel. Smattering of adzuki beans was a nice touch too — slight bite, which worked well to juxtapose the smooth cream and airy sponge layers.

However, we found that the sponge layers were a tad dry (possibly due to being left out for a long time as we visited right before closing), and the white fondant was rather flat in taste, which rendered it redundant. White chocolate or chocolate ganache instead, perhaps?

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The balance between the different elements of the cake here is so on point, with the matcha and azuki complementing each other so well, bringing out the bitterness of the matcha and the sweetness of the azuki.
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These 2 slices of cakes were pretty good and extremely worthwhile with #burpplebeyond 1-for-1! Le Ohm is one of their signatures (and thankfully we managed to snag the last piece!!) and was a well balanced matcha spongecake interspersed with bitter matcha dense cream and sweet red bean (that could have been more generous), but they all came together in a pretty good unity. I expected Le Goma to be stronger in flavour, but the black sesame though present was severely lacking in the oompf factor. It was moist and dense, but didn’t maximize its potential with the faint trace of black sesame. But appreciated the touch of black sesame cookies to top the cake off, which added a nice touch! ☺️☺️

Tried Le Omm, not very strong matcha flavour but is alright for me (im not a big fan of matcha anyway). The cream is light so I can finish the whole piece after dinner.

Swing by this gorgeous space that's perfect for a good read over a slice of cake, or to catch up with friends over tea. A short walk from Tanjong Pagar MRT Station, Nesuto (which means "nest" in Japanese) is the brainchild of the good folks behind SHUU by Koki Tamagoyaki. Instead of choux puffs, Nesuto focuses more on dainty small cakes (from $9 to $10.80) like the crowd favourite Suzette ($9.80), which features vanilla, grand marnier, orange caramel and santiago tart. Tastemaker Xing Wei notes that while the flavours sound like they might overwhelm each other, the result is a subtle yet refined union that is not too punchy. Fans of their matcha choux puff would be happy to hear that Nesuto offers the Le Omm ($9), a layered sponge cake version that is more intense in flavour. The matcha soufflé sponge cake is layered with mascarpone cheese and azuki red beans, and spiked with a tinge of rum before being dusted with matcha powder. Be sure to pair this with the Oriental Green Tea ($9 per pot) from Antea Social that Tastemaker Kelly Wong loves. She adds that the tea complements the underlying light bitter notes of the cake — a true match made in heaven!
Avg Price: $15 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Kelly Wong

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Had the pleasure of visiting this one-week old #cafe and was wowed by the quality of their desserts!
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One of my favourites was their signature "Le Omm", a Matcha soufflé sponge cake layered with Mascarpone cheese spiked with a tinge of rum and Matcha powder. The cheese gave the cake a creamy mouthfeel and slight sweetness to balance out the natural bitterness of the Matcha. It was paired with the Oriental Green tea from @antea.social which complemented the underlying light bitter notes of the cake. It was a match made in heaven 😌
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This was a tasting by @dear.nesuto. Thanks @theduckeats for the hospitality and @cweizhi for asking me along 🙆🏻 #burpple #matcha #cake #dessert

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