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For reservations please call 67057663 or email [email protected]
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Location: One Farrer Hotel & Spa @onefarrerhotelandspa 1 Farrer Park Station Road, Flip Flop, Pool Side (Level 6), Singapore 217562
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Your Sunday is complete with brunch @onefarrerhotelandspa ~
Generous amount of fresh chunks of lobster and the flowing poach egg ! Voilà ~
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📍Flip Flop
One Farrer Hotel & Spa Level 6
Pop-Up Sunday Brunch
11.30am - 4pm

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Tuesday blues got me dreaming of beautiful dessert like this 🖤
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📍Flip Flop
One Farrer Hotel & Spa Level 6
Pop-Up Sunday Brunch
11.30am - 4pm

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A home-run dessert from @onefarrerhotelandspa available during their popup Sunday brunch, plus you cannot deny this granola tart is quite photogenic.

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Apparently all the cafehoppers would know bout this cafe as their signature molten cake is pretty yummy and it is their signature. The Salted egg yolk molten cakes (RM17) is one of list that you should try in their cafe. All of the molten cakes are crafted by using the finest Belgian Chocolate Couvertures and baked to order. It paired with Vanilla Ice Cream on crumble, rice puffs and curry leaves. The moist cake did encasing to two separate layers of thick liquid, which are the inner core salted egg yolk custard and sweet liquid form (Belgian white chocolate). It tastes quite good when you shoved everything together into the mouth. Ps: the curry leaf is edible. They also introduce the molten cake sets, which is molten cake of your choice and hot or cold Viet drip/ cold brew Americano at RM21.90. I would suggest to share with others as you might feel cloying after eating the whole cake by your own.

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White chocolate matcha lava with red bean puree, candied calamansi, sesame tuile and vanilla ice cream. Visually pleasing with lava oozing out. Matcha flavour wasn’t prominent, red bean puree was lumpy and tasteless, sesame tuille was hard but fragrant. Although each element could use some improvement, it was still an acceptable dessert.

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In frame: Pablo Mini Cheese Tart (RM8.90)
The cheese is so soft and smooth but the cheese flavour isn't strong as I would have liked. The crust is thick and has a nice crunchy bite to it but a bit too sweet.
All ingredients used in Pablo are 100% imported from Japan to ensure authenticity.
There's no seating available but you can takeaway and have them at nearby restaurants if you order at their establishment.
Patiently waiting for mini matcha cheese tarts to be launched.

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The chocolate rhapsody is crafted for chocolate lover and great for sharing.

Signature dark chocolate, milk chocolate and white chocolate ice cream on a bed of chocolate soil and decorated with chocolate meringue, tile and mousse to maximise the enjoyment.

Putting Mytown on the map for new places to eat is chocolate connoisseur The Dark Gallery. Sourcing single origin chocolate from all across the globe to serve a plethora of chocolatey treats, the swanky chocolate bar is choice, either for a dessert to go or a more elaborate dine-in experience. Shoppers who want a quick treat can stop here for their super smooth Chocolate Ice Cream (from RM10) — our favourite flavours are the smokey single origin 70% Dominican Republic Dark Chocolate and the Dulcey 32% White Chocolate. If possible, we highly recommend sticking around for the full experience of their Single Origin Platters (from RM15), a tasting flight of chocolates with varying flavours and intensities. This can be done with ice cream, hot chocolate shots, pastries or a medley of all three! If you can't do without some caffeine, the Chocolate Affogato presents a delectable twist on affogato with dark chocolate ice cream, caramelised almonds and an espresso shot.
Avg price per person: RM20
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Melanie Yu

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I can see why they are so popular. Soft fluffy blueberry hotcake, topped with chrysanthemum syrup, grains and seeds, berries and pomegranate, this is one healthy and yummy indulgence and the ice cream just tops the cake, literally. I'm not a fan of desserts for breakfast but for this hottie, I will certainly make an exception. Loved it!

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Been wanting to try out this plate of red velvet pancakes for weeks, and I finally did. Honestly? I was quite disappointed. I thought it was quite small for the price, and although it tasted good, it was just too small. I also tried the waffles, and I thought that was quite nice.

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