Pastries

Pastries

Featuring Knockhouse Cafe, Two Bakers (Jalan Besar), Tarte by Cheryl Koh (Shaw Centre), Angelina (Capitol Piazza), Tong Heng Confectionery (Chinatown), Cream & Custard, Joe & Dough (Leisure Park Kallang), My Little Spanish Place (Boat Quay), Rocket Coffeebar (S.49), NEATO (Burlington Square)
Marc T.
Marc T.

3.5 munchies: Featuring a thin, buttery exterior with crusty edges, the piping hot slice of home-baked apple pie reveals sweet, tender pieces of Granny Smith apples and plump raisins cooked in a light syrup and flavoured with a hint of cinnamon. Do serve it with a dollop of vanilla ice cream to go with this old-fashioned bake that has made a comeback!

Uncle Seng's Apple Pie is priced at $35 for 1kg – only available for order online at www.oldsengchoong.com.

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Look no further if you want a cosy place that serves high-quality pastries and good coffee. Featured here are the Carrot Cake, Key Lime Tart, and Litchi Raspberry – all which I'd come back for again. The Litchi Raspberry and Key Lime Tart were absolutely smashing. #Burpproved

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4 munchies: Shelled in a thin, buttery crust, the lemon yuzu curd was light and had smooth consistency. Loved the aromatic zest and tartness of the citrus fruits that left behind a refreshing trail on my palate. I'd highly recommend to pair this delish treat with the nutty Roadster blend of flat white!

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3.5 munchies: Not usually a fan of Earl Grey tea, but I'd gladly have this custard puff for dessert or tea anytime. Lightly crisped on the outside and well-puffed and slightly chewy on the inside, the choux was filled with smooth, luscious custard that exuded citrus and strong floral notes. Had the sweetness of the custard been toned down a little, it'd have been an awesome treat!

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4.5 munchies: Pan-fried to crisp perfection on the outside, the inside was filled with piping hot banana and red bean paste. The crumbing on the crust also made the pastry extra crispy and fragrant. What a sweet ending to the Dim Sum Tapas Buffet!

This award-winning dish was unanimously our favourite from the tasting hosted by Bao Today.

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5 munchies: You have no idea how much I wanted to try the Cherry Tart after missing out the last season. Topped with Tasmanian cherries on a light vanilla cream, the thin, golden-brown crust flaked in my mouth into buttery shards. Those fresh cherries – my goodness. They've got to be the sweetest and crunchiest I've ever had!

The tart was absolutely smashing; it was so good I couldn't stop smiling to myself while savouring every bite of it. Available in small (8cm for $9) and regular size (16cm for $34), be sure to grab a few while the cherries are still in season!

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2.5 munchies: Such a beautifully named and photogenic modern confection, but only if Joséphine tasted as exquisite. The choux was too stiff and its texture somewhat thawed; crumble biscuit was soggy instead of crunchy. While the Madagascar vanilla cream had the right consistency, the raspberry compote filling tasted like sweetened and flavoured gelatin.

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2 munchies: Presented elegantly as lollipops, but lacked so much in flavour. The chocolate tart base was dry and tasted stale; dark chocolate ganache was smooth but not rich enough. Don’t even bother about the white chocolate sticks.

This was a hosted meal by My Little Spanish Place.

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3.5 munchies: Another fusion item to rejoice over the Golden Jubilee weekend, the Flourless Chocolate Coconut Cake was pretty delectable from the warm and moist gula melaka centre, coconut shavings, and the three cute little white chocolate-filled onde-onde. It could have been an impressive, multi-textured dessert if the cake were slightly more dense.

This was a hosted meal by Joe & Dough.

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2 munchies: While this signature, multi-textured pastry was delicately prepared and had rich flavours, the overwhelming sweetness from the chestnut cream vermicelli shell and meringue base made it difficult even for two to share. Thankfully for the light praline cream centre and fluffy gingerbread slivers that saved the dish.

4.5 munchies: The Mazarin is one of Rocket Coffeebar's signature pastries - a light and moist cake topped with almond icing and crunchy almond nuts. It makes a perfect pairing with their well-brewed cafe latte, which is ideal for afternoon tea and even for breakfast I'd say. Now I get why you can't leave Rocket without trying their Mazarins.

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4.5 munchies: Light and crisp meringue discs with creamy ganache filling in a variety of innovative flavours. My two picks are White Truffle & White Chocolate and Jasmine Flower & Tea!

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Marc T.

Level 8 Burppler · 698 Reviews

Featuring bite-sized reviews of munchies worth munching on.

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