Top 100 Dessert Places

Top 100 Dessert Places

Featuring Sunday Folks, Dumpling Darlings (Amoy Street), Marché Mövenpick ([email protected]), Misato, Project Açaí (Holland Village), Uya, Coocaça (Great World), Café&Meal MUJI (Plaza Singapura), JUJU (Botanic Gardens), Da Paolo Gastronomia (Raffles Holland V)
Rachel T
Rachel T

Day 4: This Juju Bowl from @thejujubar was my 2nd breakfast :p My first breakfast was prata with fish curry! This is the regular sized bowl and I think they rotate their flavours daily. Pictured is the half dragonfruit, half acai bowl with peanut butter, chia seed pudding, frozen blueberries, bananas, and granola [$8.5] Personally, I thought the bright pink dragonfruit was so pretty but the acai won my heart over! Acai is the best, helped me walk 10km in the afternoon heat today lol ❤️😋

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Badger, badger, badger, badger, mushroom, mushroom! 🦡🍄
Raspberry mousse, strawberry filling, vanilla cream, white chocolate and matcha streusel. Get 50% off a single dessert with a drink purchase from 2pm - 5pm on weekdays! Excludes public holidays.

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When I went to collect my tarts from Patisserie Clé in River Valley, I met two other customers in that short span of time - a testament to how good their desserts are! The second lady could not stop raving about her love for the Orh Blanc Tart.

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This tart was heavenly. We ate it the next day but it was still fresh! The tart crust is coated in a thick, gratifying and generous salted caramel. And above, some sinfully good old chocolate. Nothing too sweet or overpowering, this tart goes down well with tea. I totally appreciate the effort that Patisserie Clé invested in creating this unique, pretty tart.

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This tart is beyond beautiful. Inspired by orh nee (a traditional Teochew yam paste dessert), it consists of fresh yam orh nee, coconut cream, vanilla chantilly and gingko nuts. It tastes just like something you'll get from a French pastry shop. The tart was very creamy and nutty, like a twist to the classic Mont Blanc.

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I loved this classic lemony tart! The elegant flower-shaped part is made of a heavenly, creamy, pillowy and zesty mousse with an intense passionfruit centre. Under the yellow citrusy filling of the tart is a thin, slightly crunchy sesame base. I didn't really taste the sesame until the last mouthful but that's probably a good thing, otherwise the sesame might have detracted from the overall deliciousness of the tart's citrus flavour. A winning tart for sure!

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This pretty tart was the first one that we tried. There was a generous amount of apple, almonds and a heavenly filling that tasted like frangipane. Although the earl grey flavour didn't shine through and we thought the almonds could be baked a little longer, the tart tasted like comfort food, like a delicious almond croissant in tart form. Yum!

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My parents are so obsessed with this cake. OBSESSED.

They gobbled it up before I could take a picture. While I am extremely wary of cakes with coconut on it (simply because it can go off easily and I fell terribly ill once) I must admit, the yuzu flavoured cream and vanilla bean sponge are so scrumptious and the entire cake is so fluffy and pillowy you’ll be on Cloud 9. It would be even more perfect if there was no coconut.

Highly recommend this is you’re in the Sunset Way area!

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This caramel creme dessert is sooo perfect. Look at the vivid colour! It’s so fresh and the taste is incredible. They’ve really gotten the balance right, it’s not too bitter and not too sweet. Goldilocks would approve. Also, when you spend $100 with Amex at Suju, you get a $30 food voucher for your next visit!

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Post-pilates treat 💦 First time trying @kindkones_sg at @forumtheshoppingmall. They specialise in dairy-free vegan ice cream 🌴♥️ Also tried the Black Forest, Blue Planet, Chocolate and Hazelnut Duo, Peanut Butter and Raspberry Jam, Salted Chocolate... They also have Oat Milk Latte and Durian flavours 🍦

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Where is this: Finally tried this delicious jiggly Japanese milk pudding from Misato at Centrepoint.

What it is: A green tea custard pudding. As expected, it was just right and not too sweet. It was a little smaller than I expected. In #kantarothesweettoothsalaryman, Kantaro describes it as a marriage between Japanese and European desserts/culture 🍵🍮 Try it if you are a fan of matcha latte and don’t mind spending a bit more on desserts.
Things to note: Misato doesn’t serve tap water. A bottle of Evian is $3.80. I’ld recommend bringing your own water ⚠️ Warning: Wobbling this dessert clockwise and anticlockwise is very addictive! 😂

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Sunday with my folk(s) at Sunday Folks. Not much has changed about this establishment since its inception.

Water and cutlery is still self-service, menu is more or less the same, food took a while to arrive, there are still queues but now there’s GST and service charge and there’s outdoor seating. The earl grey lavender soft serve still has lots of yummy bergamot flavour. The waffles are still not bad. My ice cream and waffle cravings have been duly satisfied 😋

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