inthebrickyard

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We cook. We bake. We create. Basically creating a storm in the kitchen. "A Good Party always ends with a Good Cake."

11 Hamilton Road
#01-00
Singapore 209182

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 03:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 03:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 03:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm

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Keep this in mind for local flavoured whole cakes perfect for birthdays. A must-try is their fragrant Ondeh Ondeh Cake ($5.50/slice; $45, whole) which sees moist pandan sponge cake with gula melaka and coconut shreds. Try the unique Pulut Hitam( $42.00) for black glutinous rice between layers of pandan cake and coated in coconut buttercream. New but also fabulous is the Teochew classic Orh Nee You (from $45.00) which transforms a typical wedding dessert into a smooth yam-based cake.
Photo by Burppler Muriel AvdH

Almost kicked myself when I found out the branch at Jurong relocated. Have been dying to try this and wasn't disappointed at all. It's really all you want in a ondeh ondeh cake, simple but powerful. Too many places have gula melaka cream which isn't really shiok enough. Worthy of being their signature cake

Many thanks to cake club for hosting and burpple for the invite!

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The earl grey flavour was much more pronounced in this one, and the chocolate layer was very smooth as well. Even the frosting had a distinct tea aroma. I prefer this to the earl grey lemon

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Smooth earl grey mousse and soft cake, and while the lemon earl grey combi certainly worked better than i expected, i still felt that the two flavours dont really combine that well

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A good party always ends with a good cake indeed! This fluffy ondeh ondeh cake would be a great choice for both the old & young to enjoy. It's not too sweet, not too creamy & smells ohhh so guud. The strong flavours of pandan & coconut really comes through with every bite. There's also gula melaka within the layer of each sponge! Overall, a really light & fragrant cake. Definitely recommending this for those who are looking for some sweet dessert right after a heavy meal! 🌾🌾

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As well as doling out popular weekday lunch sets and brewing coffee from Drury Lane to the hungry lunchtime crowds in Jurong, this spacious cafeteria has an unassuming array of cakes from In the Brickyard that you shouldn't miss out on. A sure winner here is the Ondeh Ondeh ($38 for whole cake, $5.50 a slice) β€” pandan infused sponge cake with a smooth, creamy gula Melaka frosting. They're not kidding when they say it is the "softest pillowy sponge" β€” it's so dangerously addictive that you are likely to be gobbling up forkfuls until it's all gone. They also offer some pretty tasty sliced cakes like the crowd pleasing Thai Milk Tea Cake ($5.50 a slice).
*Whole cakes have to be ordered four days in advance
Photo by Burppler Muriel A

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