Newly-occupying a warm and cosy space in Tanjong Pagar Plaza, Elijah Pies has been on my list of desserts to try for quite some time now ever since they started to trend during circuit breaker. We headed over on a Saturday afternoon and were first in line, but due to the limited seatings we waited for about 15min before being seated.

Spoilt for choice by the extensive options of pies, both sweet and savoury, we finally settled on the signature Wild Berry Lavender Pie ($7.90), the Warm Apple Pie ($12.90), and an Iced Yuzu White Tea ($7.90). The Lavender Pie was true to its name with strong Lavender flavours that doesn't cross into the territory of air fresheners, and also wasn't overly tart with just a right amount of berry taste. We also loved the Apple pie which had buttery, flaky pastry and was topped with thin apple slices. Apple chunks also gave the sweet apple pie filling with some bite. Overall, both pies were splendid! On the other hand, the Yuzu White tea was unmemorable and frankly wasn't worth the price.

Come at a less busy time to avoid waiting in line for long, or just takeaway some pies and have a picnic nearby. Will definitely return to try the other pies!