636 Bukit Batok Central
#01-08
Singapore 650636

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Monday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

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The one-biter version is available at 3.8nett

Pretty damn ex and you can see that the crepe to durian ratio is not very good(since half the filling is actl chiffon). Still, the durian paste is of rather high quality and is moist as well as flavourful enough to hard-carry despite its amount. Glad that it's not frozen and the taste is decent because of the durian paste but it's not worth it at all

A standard cake and the salted caramel flavour is decent but somehow partially muted by the chocolate(which I didn't expect to be there). In the end while you taste a bit of caramel all you see is chocolate lol

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Their big offerings are quite expensive usually but the small cakes and delights are affordable. That being said there's some problem with the location when you're using navigation because it's actually right beside the hawker centre.

Solid pulpy filling and it's quite significantly less sweet than most, to the point where my health conscious mother with a light palate complained that it wasn't sweet enough

Update: seems like that's an one off since second one was sweeter and closer to what you'd expect

If you love your durian, you have almost certainly eaten one of Emicake's iconic Durian cakes, which also happens to be what we consider, the best cake version of the beloved king of fruits. And when it comes to durian, it's worth it going for the very best, which in this case means going for the Mao Shan Wang ($71.40 for 15cm) instead of the Classic D24 ($40.30 for 15cm). Every forkful of the sponge cake gets you an equal amount of luscious durian flesh embedded in the mousse, so you get to enjoy the fruit without getting your fingers dirty. The cake only loses points because they don't sell it in slices, but for the most part, it's a celebratory cake worth splurging on. Just make sure your party-goers enjoy durian too.
*Whole cakes with letterings have to be ordered one day in advance, otherwise no pre-order necessary
Photo by Burppler Hilary See

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Okay nothing comes close to this rock solid durian cake. It's packed with creamy durian mousse — best if you wanna eat the king of fruits without getting your fingers dirty! It's pretty pricey ($71.40 for 15cm) for its size, but I really think it's worth every penny!

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Was a little taken aback but this being 4.20$ but the sedap and fragrant durian paste atop chiffon cake wrapped in crepe was really good!!! So much durian goodness this festive season #christmassgstyle

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