Compilation of dessert places, to go after a good meal!
Cherie Heng
Cherie Heng

This matcha fujiro is so pretty and captures the bittersweet matcha well with the light strawberry and whipped cream. It's wrapped in soft and moist matcha sponge cake. Reminds me of the kawaii dessert in Japan, and I guess this is the closest we can get to there given this time. ($7.80)

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Fluffy pancakes stacks with a heavenly mix of flavours - bathed in maple butter sauce, topped with a dollop of cream cheese, and adorned with poached pairs, blueberries and strawberries. We found that the best way to savour it is by having all 3 pancake slices in a big bite, wiping as much maple butter sauce as possible.

Some pancakes make you feel gelat or bloated after awhile, but not this pillowy ones! ($14.90)

Eat it if you dare - butterknife's snaking long queue is definitely because of its playful gelato flavours. A collab for SG art week ✨- we had a go at their Work from Home blueberry lavendar, velvety Mushroom, and Prata curry flavour.

The mushroom with a tinge of truffles is the winner for us, giving a consistently rich taste throughout like the real deal. The prata curry was surprisingly real, with the spiciness overshadowing all other ice cream, and finally for the blueberry, it's sweet but we felt the taste wasn't as real compared to the others, maybe due to the perfumated nature of lavendar.

Funky and for $5 to try this range? Take my $$. Looking forward to seeing new flavours on the block

Especially in the pretty Kara Cafe. Third time back here and it's one of my favourites.

Matcha crepe was just the right level of bittersweet, with consistent layers of creaminess. Feels light and hence not too sinful. Caved in completely to this dessert heaven

Ft. reeses brownie cheesecake at the back.

About $13 for two of us, as we had sparkling water too

Korean garlic bun craze is met by Huluruk's new bakery and for just $2, it reminds me of garlic carbonara with that rich buttery center. Toast it up and it's great.

PSA it sells out about 7.30pm

These famous HK bakes across 3 brands under Joy Luck teahouse is growing further on our shore - and it makes for some good tea break. The Hoover Cake Shop's egg tart has a memorable buttery crust and tender egg, had it chilled and it's yums.

The Kam Kee CafΓ©'s polo bao felt like it's on the thicker side and I would have preferred a more equal bun to buttery taste ratio, that's mostly concentrated on the crust. The savoury mix of luncheon meat and the sweetish bun does give it mixed flavours

With a hot Sunday afternoon. We both fell in love with this Spiced Pear edition, sweet fruity notes peppered with a cinnamonish taste. This makes the White Chrysanthemum pale in comparison.

You deserve a treat. Keep it frozen and let it thaw for awhile, to achieve this soft icecream like center. We got the Avocado Macadamia nut roll, while the creamy mash of avocado is mild/slightly artificial, the nutty bits do come through. ($12.90 for a roll, and there's burpple one for one too πŸ˜‰)

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With a wide range of dessert, love how they are always bustling with crowd in a traditional setting. Their hot almond paste, tangyuans are great and for a hot day, I opt for this watermelon honeydew sago ($3.60, or ximilu)

Taste first, looks seconds - am lucky to still have these piping hot from the oven even though I reached at 3pm on a weekend. The boss is super kind, and even offered me a try since I'm first time here (glad I got my hands on the raisin, Oreo, chocolate and raspberry ones. Particularly love their plump raisins. Hope to try their exotic flavours e.g. shiitake and herbs but heard it is seasonal

Can definitely smell the butter from afar

($12 for 12)


Cakes taste the sweetest when shared, just like happiness.

It's a tough fight across these three: rasperry curd pie ($8) - strong tangy punch, dark choc cheesecake ($9) that is consistently rich and lemon olive cake ($8) that we felt was a little too sweet with the sugar glaze.

I'll be back to try their other cakes, like the key lime pie!

For the cheese lovers because this triple fromage cheese cake is oh so lightπŸ‘Œ and not gelat. It is especially good when still frozen. My family loved it and can't help but go for doubles. ($48.90 rtp)

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