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2 Duxton Hill
Singapore 089588

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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(Only ate this when I reached back home)
- 'Matcha meringue, Azuki cream, Matcha anglaise'
- Very fresh and light cream
Felt that the cake was too sweet, lacking in matcha and red bean flavour.
Nice contrast in textures from the crust of the exterior to the velvety smooth cream inside and finally the soft sponge base.
Taste: 5/10 (Unique cake but the flavours failed to deliver, will not order this again)

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(Sorry not the most appetising photo)
- Can definitely taste the fresh cream used
- Subtly cheesy with a soft thick tart base
- Very dense and rich
Something like a cheesecake but with a much thicker base. Personally, I absolutely love this for their use of fresh cream and how it balanced the richness of the cheese. The use of French cream cheese also meant that this was less tart than say the cheese tart at SL II Muffin. With a rich and thick buttery tart to complement the cream, I can definitely understand why their known for their cheese tarts.
Price: 7/10 (Not too sure if I will pay $3.60 for a cheese tart though)
Taste: 9/10

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Includes 10% Service Charge + 7% GST

Emerald Black ($8++)
- 'Matcha dacquoise (Meringue made with very finely chopped nuts folded into the mixture before baking); Black sesame cream, Matcha sponge, Caramelised sesame nuts'
There was a strong matcha fragrance in the firm and dense cake sponge and strong notes of black sesame flavour in the cream as well. I like how the exterior of the cake was more firm than the inside.
Honestly not too sure if the caramelised sesame nuts are supposed to provide a contrast in taste or if it was simply decorative but I could not taste it.
Overall, this was the richest cake I had but worth getting if you love black sesame.
Taste: 8/10

Strawberry Shortcake ($8++)
- 'Genoise sponge (Italian style sponge cake), Chantilly, Strawberries'
- Loaded with fresh tangy strawberries
- Fresh subtly sweet cream throughout the cake
- Lightest of the 3 cakes
Overall, a decent strawberry shortcake
Taste: 7/10

Waguri Millefeuille ($7.20++)
- 'Japanese chestnuts, Chestnut cream, Puff pastry, Custard'
- Very hard to eat all the elements together without the pastry collapsing in on itself
- Really light and fluffy cream
- Sweet, firm and thin puff pastry lying on top of fresh cream with more chestnut cream topped with a significant number of chestnuts
- The chestnut cream provided mild chestnut fragrance to the pastry
- There was a hint of salted egg in the base
Overall, love how all the elements complemented one another in both flavour and texture. The puff pastry was actually really buttery, making the cake quite rich
Taste: 9/10 (Worth trying)

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Got the original and green tea cheese tarts. While the matcha one was so-so (didn’t really have rich matcha flavour), the original one was great! It was the right amount of cheesiness without you actually feeling jelat after.

I have visited Flor multiple times over the last few years and have seen the patisserie expanding their cafe and opening several outlets, which is quite impressive! In my recent visit, we tried a valrhona dark chocolate cake and a matcha cake infused with chestnut cream and red bean paste. If you prefer your cake with less sugar, go for the dark chocolate one. For patrons with a sweet tooth will really enjoy the matcha azuki chestnut cake for the sweetness and the varying density and textures: sponge cake, layers of creme and crisp sugar coating.

Super love the crunchy baked tart crust as well as the fresh 🍋lemon curd. Every mouthful is bursting with such delights! 😻🍰
The selection of cakes and desserts are expansive as well as expensive.