3 Seah Street
#01-01
Singapore 188379

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Friday:
11:00am - 07:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 07:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 05:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
11:00am - 07:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 07:00pm

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It took some nudging by a friend to visit Kki. I’m the biggest advocate for desserts, especially those that look like a work of art and “taste the part” but the reservation policy at Kki and excuse of a busy schedule were deterrences.

Thankfully the nudging resulted in an cake experience by a self taught chef that creates exquisite cakes. Some were required an acquired tastebud to appreciate for example the Nero had a strong truffle paste that will set my palate back each bite. Next Koide (above) paired mint and grapefruit together with other sweeter fruits (peach and lychee) - the tiny yet potent mint leaves with grapefruit pulp was either love or hate beside the other subtle flavours.

The friendlier cakes we had were J’s and the crowd favourite Yona. Half the time I was just enamoured by the presentation and wondered what sort of dessert techniques allowed for the mousse/curd to hold so well together yet was smooth and so easy on the palate.

Overall everyone should visit Kki at least once- an invitation to pause from a world of visual clutter and taste what’s been plated (as per written on the unique menu) 😚

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It took some nudging by a friend to visit Kki. I’m the biggest advocate for desserts, especially those that look like a work of art and “taste the part” but the reservation policy at Kki and excuse of a busy schedule were deterrences.

Thankfully the nudging resulted in an cake experience by a self taught chef that creates exquisite cakes. Some were required an acquired tastebud to appreciate for example the Nero had a strong truffle paste that will set my palate back each bite. Next Koide (above) paired mint and grapefruit together with other sweeter fruits (peach and lychee) - the tiny yet potent mint leaves with grapefruit pulp was either love or hate beside the other subtle flavours.

The friendlier cakes we had were J’s and the crowd favourite Yona. Half the time I was just enamoured by the presentation and wondered what sort of dessert techniques allowed for the mousse/curd to hold so well together yet was smooth and so easy on the palate.

Overall everyone should visit Kki at least once- an invitation to pause from a world of visual clutter and taste what’s been plated (as per written on the unique menu) 😚

It took some nudging by a friend to visit Kki. I’m the biggest advocate for desserts, especially those that look like a work of art and “taste the part” but the reservation policy at Kki and excuse of a busy schedule were deterrences.

Thankfully the nudging resulted in an cake experience by a self taught chef that creates exquisite cakes. Some were required an acquired tastebud to appreciate for example the Nero had a strong truffle paste that will set my palate back each bite. Next Koide (above) paired mint and grapefruit together with other sweeter fruits (peach and lychee) - the tiny yet potent mint leaves with grapefruit pulp was either love or hate beside the other subtle flavours.

The friendlier cakes we had were J’s and the crowd favourite Yona. Half the time I was just enamoured by the presentation and wondered what sort of dessert techniques allowed for the mousse/curd to hold so well together yet was smooth and so easy on the palate.

Overall everyone should visit Kki at least once- an invitation to pause from a world of visual clutter and taste what’s been plated (as per written on the unique menu) 😚

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From Ann Siang Hill in 2009 to SOTA, @kkisweets is finally back again🎉 with their beautifully😍 plated desserts, located at the ground level of @raffleshotelsingapore. Works on a reservation-only basis, walk-ins might not be welcomed🚷 due to limited seats and desserts per day. Since it’s our first time here, we decided to go for their more popular creations (based on IG).

👉”J” - SGD13.50
black sesame, yuzu, matcha
👉TEH - SGD9.50
earl grey, pear, hazelnut

Does anyone know why this cute little concrete plant pot is called “J”🤔? Aesthetically pleasing to the eyes👀, the black sesame pot is layered with matcha rice krispies, yuzu cremeux, and chocolate soil on the top. Just as good as it looks, each spoonful was a symphony🎶 of textures and flavours😋. However, it’s quite a pity that the flavour of matcha was muted down, thanks to the robust yuzu cremeux.

As for TEH, it’s an earl grey mousse cake with sweet pear chunks as its core, and finally decorated with toasted hazelnut crunch. Being the cheapest🤑 dessert on their menu, all the elements did come together in perfect harmony, leaving me craving🤤 for more.
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Their cakes are full of surprises. Drop by here last min without reservation and I am lucky enough to get a seat.
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This time trying their Nero ($12.50) Dark chocolate, black truffle. Love it
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Location : @kkisweets, 3 Seah St, #01-01, Singapore,188379.
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#kkisweets #burpple #burpplesg

So try my luck and decided to go Kki sweets without make any reservations
And so happy that they have available slot and can try cake out of menu aka New item.
Feature YoNa (Banana Yogurt), its so light, refreshing and I can eat it myself even im so full 😆.
💰$12.5.
📍KKi Sweets.
3 Seah Street,#01-01.

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