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Desserts

Featuring Shop Wonderland, Fynn's, Fat Lulu's, KEK Keng Eng Kee (Pandan Gardens), Portico Prime (Dempsey), Bingki Korean Dessert Cafe, Morganfield's (Suntec City), Swensen's (Plaza Singapura), The Dream Cafe, Ollella (Takashimaya)
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This is actually a cake, shaped to look like a burger ๐Ÿ˜Š
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It's chocolate sponge covered in chocolate mousse, and contained hazelnut feuilletine, raspberries, dark chocolate chantilly cream, mango jelly, white sesame seeds.

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Available only for a limited time, Matchaya has launched this special matcha softserve using Saemidori-Yabukita from their tea partners in Uji.
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It has a long lasting pleasant fragrance to it, and it's not overly bitter. Try it and see how different it is from the regular matcha. I believe you should love it too :)

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For a limited time only, they're serving this in addition to their popular matcha souffle pancakes. $14.50 gets you a single pancake, while pictured is double fluffy pancakes topped with generous amount of cream and some strawberries.
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From today, The Dark Gallery has another outlet at Takashimaya, in addition to their existing one at Millennia Walk.
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There'll be flavours and items exclusive to this outlet, and I'll update again on what they are. Pictured is their Ice Cream Soiree which allows you to customize your own dessert with any 3 ice cream flavoursย of your choice. It'll be served with dark chocolate sauce, caramelised almonds, chocolate tuile and almond tuile on a bed of almond crumbles.
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This is a beautiful cafe serving rich, creamy chocolate ice cream of varying intensity. I enjoyed it. Hope it won't be too crowded when I visit on my own again in future.
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The Dark Gallery
Takashimaya Shopping Centre
Unit B2-29
391 Orchard Road
Singapore 238873
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The dichotomy of the lighter-flavoured matcha ice cream and irresistibly soft, deeper-toned matcha warabi mochi highlighted the subtle, natural notes of matcha. There are also steamed adzuki beans hidden beneath the matcha ice cream and mochi, and a shower of chocolate crumble all over. The chef then came along with hot chocolate (who could resist that!) and drizzled them on this plate.
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OLLELLA has blended French pastry with Asian classics, creating the new dim sum choux and new flavours inspired by popular local food and beverages.
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Pictured here is their ondeh ondeh choux with lots of gula melaka that flows. Other new creation include:
* Chicken Char Siew with Yam * Radish Cake with XO Sauce * Mango Pomelo Sago * Intense Dark Chocolate * Nutella Rocher
* Bibik Santan Pulut Hitam * Uncle! Kopi Teh Siew Dai * Swadeeka Thai Milk Tea with Pearl * Exploding Egg Yolk ๐Ÿ”ธ
Prices are as follows: $3.60 per piece, $13.60 for four, or $38.80 for twelve.
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Ngee Ann City
Takashimaya Basement 2 Food Hall
Unit B208-4.
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For online purchases
https://OLLELLA.oddle.me/
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I've been having lots of ice cream cravings lately, I just keep getting ice cream.
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This was at Somerset when we had a mini food trail lol, and was glad to have finally tried Hvala, after receiving several recommendations to try their matcha. It's quite good - thick, creamy and having sufficient matcha tea notes.

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We chose the gula melaka and hazelnut ice cream, very enjoyable. The waffles here also has an eggy fragrance, light crisp exterior and soft interior. Some of us felt the interior of the waffles were too mushy, while others liked that it's soft.

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I always end my meal with a dessert, and I really like. Or perhaps it's because it came with both pandan and coconut which I love (I'm a huge chendol fan after all). And this jelly came with generous amount of osmanthus, so it was really fragrant.

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A relatively new cafe at Serangoon, they serve soft creamy ice cream on crispy sugared waffles with a chewy interior.
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If the ice cream looked kinda out of shape, that's cos florist @shermyyy felt she needed to rearrange the ice cream before taking a shot... leaving me to shoot this mess she left behind lol.

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Rounding out our lunch here was this beautifully plated dessert of passionfruit tart with a gelato. Dinner here is $98/128++ for 5/7 course, so lunch here is a steal. Prior reservations is necessary.

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Yes, I was expecting a plate of cut fruits on ice, but I wasn't expecting this elaborate display of premium fruits, complete with the theatrics of dry ice.
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That's the new chef for you, Executive Chef Edward Chong who had extensive experience at other modern Chinese fine dining restaurants.
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But it isn't all about theater and presentation. The food I tried during the tasting that day were all very good. Very, very good. And this platter? Premium Japanese melons, rare yellow dragonfruit from Equador and Japanese mochi with strawberries within. He certainly know how to surprise us. Exciting times ahead for Peach Blossoms!

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