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Desserts

Featuring The Lokal, Sarnies (Telok Ayer), Cicheti, 2am : dessertbar, Tom's Palette, Bella Pasta, The Black Swan, Maccha House (Orchard Central), Breko Café, Senso Ristorante & Bar
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Great variety of delightfully moist & fluffy muffins here, perfect mid day snack! Priced within average price of just $1.30-$1.50 each, it is so affordable I couldn’t resist and walked away with a box! Love how sizable the muffins here are and how they are not commercialized with a standard dimension - gives that home baked feel! And that amazing browned buttery crusty top. If I could have it my way, I’ll rip the top of all the muffins on display 😝

Clockwise from top left. Cheese ($1.30), double choc ($1.50), coffee walnut ($1.50), mocha ($1.60), banana walnut ($1.30), carrot walnut ($1.30)

If you’re a chocolate fan, go for the double choc! It’s filled with chocolatey goodness with a generous amount of melted choc chip! For a milder version, the choc chip one can satisfy the choc craving too.

I loved the mocha one!! It is like the choc chip one but with a coffee base.

Disappointed with the pumpkin and carrot walnut for the lack of that rich spiced base. Instead, these flavors had the standard vanilla base with chopped pumpkins/carrots. They’re still good, just not in line with what I expected.

Banana walnut is a safe choice with generous amount of banana and a nice crunch from the walnut. The cheese one had little chunks of cream cheese in there.

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Grilled caramelised banana in steamed banana leaf & sticky rice with coconut cream sauce.

Decadent rich dessert. Don’t order if you’re already stuffed 😅

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Flan was rather dense, lacking in lemongrass flavor. The star here is the fish sauce ice cream! Made in house and yes, with fish sauce as the name suggests. Always have a soft spot for ice cream with a savory hint. Interesting, a tad salty. Worth trying though 😅

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Be warned, for serious matcha lovers only!!

This is massive and really does the job to satisfy that matcha craving. It comes with a lot of additional goodies apart from the signature matcha soft serve.

To date, my favorite is still Tsujirihei-Honten’s uji matcha soft serve. Too bad it’s a bi-annual affair that they come to Singapore. Personally I prefer hvala as the matcha taste is more intense. But I enjoyed this parfait nevertheless for the handmade matcha sauce, langues de chat, matcha warabi mochi (YAAAAS!! 🙌🏻), shiratama, azuki (omg super generous!!!!!), rice puffs (was skeptical abt this but turned out to be really yummy!!) and brown sugar jelly! It is just so fun to get through from the top to the bottom! You are really in for a mini gastronomic adventure with this treat!

Really worth the $10.90. And if you don’t already know, you can enjoy this 1-1 treat on Burpple beyond! Don’t miss out! 😉

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Each component on the dish was great. On the whole, the dish did not feel cohesive. Serious lack in textures as the chocolate, tofu mousse and passion fruit curd had similar consistency. The meringue and minimal amount of spiced crumbs faired poorly to provide that needed balance. Perhaps this could have been made better with the inclusion of a sponge like texture or even a wafer/biscuit or maybe nuts?

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A great twist on the combination of a classic churros and turon (Philippine snack using ripe banana, jackfruit, Brown sugar rolled together and fried to a golden crisp)!

Loved the use of spring roll wrappers to give that crispy finish! The little fritters had a perfect blend of flavor and texture, surprisingly light, without being overly greasy, then coated with cinnamon sugar.

The rum spiced custard was really good too, loved the flavor but the consistency was slightly too watery for the spring roll considering how non absorbent they are. Would have been better to have a dipping sauce of a higher viscosity like a spiced jam or spiced chocolate perhaps. Or or, this would have been great to be served with ice cream! 😛

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Always loved adventurous deserts with miso involved! This soufflé was moist, light and airy with a subtle tinge of umami from the miso. It paired perfectly well with the accompanying rich nutty walnut ice cream sitting on crunchy caramelised walnuts. Delicious!

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Strawberry sorbet and plum sorbet! Love to pop by here for their good selection of sorbets!! And it is a very cosy place to chill as well

The sorbets were very refreshing as a palette cleanser after dinner. They have a good selection of desserts including waffles (pandan, charcoal, red velvet, plain, matcha), lava cakes, sliced cakes. And the best part is, they are opened till 11pm! 😊

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Rather heavy price tag for the size. Carrot cake was moist, not heavily spiced, though lacking in textures such as crunchy walnuts, juicy raisins or even chunkier grated carrots etc. Ratio of cake to cream cheese almost 1:1. My ideal is 2:1.

Cream cheese frosting was delightfully light and sweet though. Not all that bad but wished I went over to Como Cuisine for desserts instead!

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So good, you’d wish you didn’t have to share!!

The skin was softer and less sticky than usual and it has this intense pandan scent and flavor! Refreshing change to have chocolate truffle (not oozy) instead of the classic flowy gula melaka. Love this so much, I’ll gladly have it even without any filling!!

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Yummy soft mochi made of bracken starch then tossed in super legit matcha powder! Perfect dessert to end off a heavy meal 😋

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Açaí topped with strawberries, blueberries, bananas, kiwi, granola, coconut flakes, chia seeds, cacao nibs, pumpkin seeds.

The Açaí berry base has a nice icy consistency. This places uses the original blend from sambazon, so it’s already sweetened with guarana, then blended with bananas, coconut water. Refreshing and guilt free (somewhat) dessert ! 😋

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Always counting down to the next meal 😋

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