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Cafe Hopping Singapore

Cafe Hopping Singapore

Featuring Dean & DeLuca (Orchard Central), The Bakery Chef, Chock Full Of Beans, Nunsaram Korean Dessert Cafe (Orchard Central), NOM - Bistro & Bakery, Lady M (Orchard Central), The Coffee Daily, Vanilla Bar & Café, Restaurant HOME & Bar, Ci Yuan Hawker Centre
Jansen Sun
Jansen Sun

Waffle was truly thin and crispy, and not overdone. Tasted fresh, and not limp or soft like some waffles. A joy to eat with every bite. Gula Melaka and Sweet Corn & Caramel were refreshing and fun to eat, while the Matcha & Red Bean would only be truly appreciated by authentic Matcha lovers.


Returned for this interesting dessert, and was not disappointed! A tasty triple combo of (sweet) yam ice cream, traditional yam paste and waffles with a slight tinge of yam (essence) in it. Definitely for the yam lovers.


This dish was truly "salted egg yolk". This was not the usual 流沙包, where the bun was sweet, and it's fillings were abit salty. This was an amazingly salty dish: the salted egg yolk and the eggs found in the French toast made it a fun dish to try. The drizzled condensed milk by the side did a little to provide that "sweetness", but all in all a creative dish to try.

The cake is delicately balanced between the sweetness of the lychee and the aroma of the rose. Really really good and recommended.

The Chicken Kaarage was value for money, given its generous portion of rice and fried chicken. Additionally the chicken tasted fresh and cooked just right. The lontong tasted soothing and the coconut was fragrant but not overpowering, with a balance of spice and sweetness. The satay bee hoon provided more kick, but equally flavorful. The fried egg oyster was small in portion, but freshly fried and tasty.


The roasted duck was flavorful and not hard, the prawns were juicy, vegetables were fresh and overall a hearty meal. Rated 8/10.

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Ah. Where do I start with this? I let this cake sit for 20mins while i polished off the two other cakes, and to my surprise, it withstood the Singapore heat pretty well. Most cakes would have lost their form by then. I took my 1st bite, and immediately fell in love with it. Granted I was already full with two cakes, and my Bailey's iced latte already made me rather happy. However, one bite and I immediately decided that my tummy can make space for this baby. It really is good. The alcohol was not some faint imitation: it was the real deal. It was not diluted by the sweetness of the cake: they had actually paired them so well that the cake complimented the alcohol in it, and made it stand out even more. It was perfectly balanced, that the alcohol was neither overpowering or tasteless like most tiramisu cakes. I think the owner must have similar tastebuds like mine. Hahahaha. A must try! Personally rated 9/10.

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This cake came with mixed feelings. Personally I think the mainstream crowd may not enjoy it as much as I did, so I would be as objective as I can. The red beans tasted much like natural beans aka starchy with a hint of nut. This was balanced off with its matcha cream which had abit of sweetness, and its slightly roasted whipped cream which provided the main sweetness as well as that extra "oooomph" from that slight roast on its top. No ratings, cos this would be for the adventurous and the bean lovers.

The strawberries tasted fresh and natural. It was a good balance of sweet (cake) and sour (strawberries). In fact, they were not stingy with the strawberries, and that belied its simple look. I actually had assumed that there would be more whipped cream than strawberries. Boy was I wrong. Rated 8/10, cos I'm not a strawberry lover but it made me one for that 10mins.

They were light and delightful. The signature and choc Mille Crepes are a must try! The strawberry shortcake was fresh and tangy, while the Father's Day special Chestnut crepe was sweet and light. But beware: the queue is scarily long. Not for those in a rush.

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very light and refreshing. The taste was not overtly overbearing like most cheese cakes, and had a taste of classiness in it.
The packaging looks so if I was really about to eat a real plant. The flowers weren't real, but the soil....almost had me there.


Revising and hiding from the heat of 33 degrees Celsius with this cup of Dirty Iced Latte.

It's a unique beverage, as the coffee is in the coffee cubes (shown on the spoon).

The magic happens as the cubes melt, and mix into the milk to form the beverage...a fun gimmick, but the coffee still packs a punch.


Editor and Food Blogger. Bigtummyguy.

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