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Root Beer Float Cake

$6.00 · 7 Reviews

looks better than it tastes. my vote still goes to the honey cinnamon ice cream waffle

"Root Beer Float Cake with a scoop of Vanilla" [$6]⁣ Uniquely served in a cocktail glass, good for the gram. This cake is closer to that a brownie than a cake, being dense and firm. If you are a fan of brownies, you will certainly enjoy it. There is a hint of Root Beer while eating it but it did not permeate through the entire cake. That was slightly disappointing as it did not live up to its name.

"Iced Ribena" [$2]⁣
Jolted my childhood memories of drinking Iced Ribena after Primary School. Having this on the menu is a nice touch in a cozy cafe. -Foodier✌🏻

Cheers to weekend ! 🍨🍰
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This item is available at their newest outlet along Tyrwhitt Road and the concept here is a mix between @wimblylu and @littlewimblylu. The fizzy root beer taste was distinct for the chocolate cake to deserve the name of this cake.


Paired with a simple vanilla ice cream and fudge.
Slightly decadent, without going overtly sticky and rich.
Chocolate oozes in monster's veins
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Checked out Wimbly Lu's newest outpost at 166 Tyrwhitt Road; it's just a unit beside Hotel Yan/Cafe Nido or just a few units off Chye Seng Huat Hardware.

Had this once before at Little Wimbly Lu but the one here impressed me quite a bit. The root beer-infused chocolate sauce was really prominent in flavour here; kinda subtle but yet evident as the root beer carries its flavours above the chocolate before the chocolate sauce ends on a sweet and thick chocolatey note. The cake itself was like a slab of really chocolatey brownie with crisp, crunchy edges, while the ice-cream gives a more neutral and aromatic flavour to the dessert to balance things out a little.

The Tyrwhitt branch is still relatively quiet currently, and looks like a great place to do get some work done especially with its rustic decor, though the lighting is relatively dim in the main hall (there is an area at the back that's lit by natural sunlight though!)