11 Kee Seng Street
#01-07 Onze @ Tanjong Pagar
Singapore 089218

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11:30am - 06:00pm

11:30am - 06:00pm

11:30am - 06:30pm

11:30am - 06:30pm

11:30am - 06:00pm

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Very strong, very good matcha. Sponge was great too, it's quite rich but pliable enough. Lychee didn't rlly come thru between the strong matcha but that's forgivable

Good overall

It's a lot of cheese. Plus the base is not cookie so it feels like it's just a thick layer of cheese. Plus it doesn't really taste like goma, it's more a light earthiness, so I'm not sure if it's for proper goma fans either

At least my dining partner liked it

Chill and treat yourself to a little slice of heaven at K. Patisserie @k.patisseriesg! It's a bit ulu (tucked within Onze which is kinda obscure from street view), but I adore its pastel pink interior!  

I enjoyed their Pulut Hitam Cake during my last visit a year again, and their 𝐆𝐨𝐦𝐚 𝐂𝐡𝐞𝐞𝐬𝐞𝐜𝐚𝐤𝐞 was just as impressive! The sweetness level was just right, and the balance between the nutty fragrance of the black sesame and cream cheese was done well! The cookie crumble and Oreo cookie base were a nice touch to contrast against the moist, smooth cheesecake.


The green tea is good they use the matchaya brand. This pulut hitam cake has its fans online so it probably jux me. But it's not my type of cake because it's texture is that of a Kueh. Even though there are layers of chiffon sponge in the middle, the texture still reminds me of a Kueh. Sorry guys I don't like Kueh. I still prefer the black sesame cheesecake.


Decked out in pastel pink, this hidden patisserie makes a great hangout place for girlfriends with interesting bakes like Goma Cheesecake, Speculoos Cheesecake & Pulut Hitam Cake.

The Pulut Hitam Cake goes surprisingly well with the hot Black Sesame Latte ($6.50). A local twist to the usual cake as the light chiffon cake is layered with black glutinous rice and coconut creme. Not overly sweet and when pair with Black Sesame Latte, it bring out the nutty fragrance too.

Heard all about the new K. Patisserie at Onze; the same building which also houses DESEM Bakery and Sugar & Tease, as well as the ever-popular Beef Sukiyaki Don Keisuke which always sees a queue during the hours that they are open. K. Patisserie is situated within the mall, tucked in a corner not too far from where DESEM Bakery and Sugar & Tease are located. The cafe is pretty moderately-sized, with a small counter facing the patrons on the left displaying the cakes and bakes available for the day upon entry; the space being decked in a pastel pink and white colour scheme with splashes of gold for the furniture and fittings. Being a patisserie, expect a variety of cakes and bakes available here; drinks available includes specialty coffee, tea, as well as a small list of non-caffeinated options such as Chocolate and Mineral Water.

Between the two items that we had, the one that actually set a better impression would be the Passionfruit Meringue Tart. It is the more well-executed one — priced at $8, it is decently sized; what we really enjoyed here is the biscuit-like tart base which crumbles quite neatly as one slices through it. The tart base also holds the passionfruit curd within pretty well; all that while the passionfruit curd remains zingy and tangy. The meringue was actually done pretty well here; fluffy and light whilst being slightly torched without being overly sweet — cuts through the zippy notes for a good balance of flavours. Overall, a pretty satisfying dessert for those looking for something a little sour to refresh the taste buds.

Whilst seeing how they do have quite the hype over social media the last week, the shop was actually empty throughout our visit during the evening around 6:45pm on a Friday night — they do close at 8pm on Fridays and Saturdays so they do make for a decent stopover for dessert after early dinner on those days for somewhere quiet for quality catch ups. Personally felt that the Pulut Hitam Cake could do with a bit slight tweak in the recipe though — could do with a bit more cake, less dry and more sweetness overall to bind the glutinous rice parts and cake elements altogether. Nonetheless, still a fairly decent destination for cake and coffee in the Tanjong Pagar neighbourhood after all.