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Carrie Carrie
Carrie Carrie

The choc lace ice cream was out of stock. This was recommended and indeed it was good. The milky latte flavor was not too sweet. Very nice. The server offered to cut it in half for me, which was very helpful when sharing.

Pretty sweet but the choc taste was nice. Very quiet on a weekend night. Very relaxing atmosphere.

Matcha latte was pre-made and stored in fridge. Taken out and warmed in the kitchen. Dunno why the cup was not full, which was ok, cos it was very very sweet and I stop drinking after 2 sips. Despite the sugar, it was thick and smooth, with good matcha taste.

I asked for Kopi Siu Siu Dai. They translated it as Kopi with very little sugar. Same thing. This was really good. Their cooked food comes from Raffles hotel kitchen and they specialize in coffee and pastries. This was definitely one of the best coffee I have tasted. Beat my fav Toast Box hands down. But it’s $7... I definitely wanna return to try their pastries.

Beautiful atas cafe with friendly servers. The tables were widely spaced apart but could still get noisy when full house. Come early on weekends to grab a table. They are opening another branch in Sentosa soon. They don’t accept Love Dining card cos they are not part of Raffles Hotel but right now they offer discount to hotel guests.

Was recommended this by the server when I asked abt their fries. I thot they forgot the Parmesan when it arrived but I was assured it was mixed inside already. Not very hot, despite the 15 min wait. They used air fryer for this. Very generous with the truffle oil. Most of the fries were glistening with it, and there was a small pool at the bottom of the bowl. Really nice. I actually prefer this to PS cafe’s. Good price for this good quality. The bowl was deep, so quantity was good too.

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Pretty small cup but taste ok. On the bitter side.

The graham cracker biscuit base was thin, but the cinnamon came out strong. Very creamy very smooth cheese topped with a thin layer of silky sweetened sour cream. Very nice.

A seasonal special. Lovely pistachio taste in the pastry cream, with bits of crushed pistachio on top. Very yummy.

The rose flavored pastry cream was very very mild and the sweet rose jelly and edible rose petals were not strongly flavored either. Would prefer a more rosy taste. Super pretty to look at, but not my style.

Fell in love with this milky tea ever since I had it at their Jewel branch. Lovely fragrance and very soothing.

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Chose this as part of the 2cakes2drinks set. Opted for no sugar. Loved the bitterness of the matcha. The ratio of milk to matcha was perfect. Excellent drink.

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