3 Seah Street
#01-01
Singapore 188379

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Saturday:
11:00am - 07:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 05:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
11:00am - 07:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 07:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 07:00pm

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When the love of art and food comes together at KKI Sweets!

A limited-time-only collaboration with maker-artist, Genevieve Ang; the Me: Time set ($85+ includes a pot of tea) was a real feast (for both the eyes and the palate). Showcasing @gellyvieve ceramic installation titled ‘In Space, A Sign’, the dining journey kicks off with the various sculptures placed on the table but I was truly drawn to the pastries and the adorable custom-made ceramic-ware that they came on.

Setting the curated line-up in motion was the Champagne Mousse | White Peach. A fruity and refreshing number, the one-bite mousse cake held subtle alcohol notes and delicately soft sweetness.

Sandwiched between two crisp buttery sables, the Corn & Lychee Mousse kept the ball rolling with its moreish flavour combination. Moulded into the cutest corn on the cob shape, it was like the real deal - having the sweetness of the corn mousse come through at the start. And as you bite more into it, the surprise centre of the lychee mousse was a lovely and aromatic touch.

Hitting all the punchy notes, the Truffle Potato | Mushrooms | Parmigiano-Reggiano was the unanimous favourite. The strong, savoury, earthy truffle taste providing a brief pause from the sweet items. Though familiar, the flavour profile is a classic done right - fool-proof and well-executed.

Then, mellow down with their Matcha White Bean | Grapefruit. Mild for matcha lovers, the bittersweetness of the cream is rather subtle and even more so as it is balanced with the distinct taste of white beans. Yet the tangy pop from the grapefruit layered in between was interesting, and vibrant - adding a fun element.

Following the bright sweet flavours of the previous pastry, the Creme Cheese | Pineapple | Coconut was like a tropical, summer-y treat or a little like our quintessential new year goodie. The creamy cheese coating working well with the jammy pineapple filling and bits of coconut flakes.

Next up, flaky, umami, and salty, the Anchovy Pastry served as a nice savoury break.

Last but not least, the Dark Chocolate | Red Fruits was a decadent finale. The slightly chewy and dense brownie-esque base is topped with a sweet-tart mixed berry filling hidden within the smooth chocolate mousse.

*Available till 21 Nov

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FROMAGE - $13.5
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Kki Sweets is known for their creative cakes, which are really popular despite the pricing. For cheese lover, FROMAGE is a great pick. Crafted with numerous different cheese + rum fruits in the middle + kinako streusel at the top. Blue cheese is also incorporated but toned down to a very pleasant level. There different flavours and textures at different section. Will be back to try other varieties of cakes
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Kki Sweets
@kkisweets

I loved the combination of black sesame and yuzu, though the yuzu was quite overpowering and prevented my uncultured tastebuds from tasting any matcha bits.

And I almost couldn’t bear to eat this one! This dessert is definitely a work of art. Coming to Kki Sweets is definitely a unique dining experience - it’s definitely worth the hassle to reserve and pre-order.

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) 😚

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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