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Best Desserts & Drinks

Best Desserts & Drinks

Featuring Rich & Good Cake Shop (Kandahar), A Poke Theory (Telok Ayer), Windowsill Pies (Upper Thomson), Sinpopo Restaurant (Joo Chiat), The Marmalade Pantry (ION Orchard), Dona Manis Cake Shop, An Acai Affair (Katong), The Pine Garden (Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10), HUSK, Dancing Crab (The Grandstand)
Daisy S.
Daisy S.

Silky smooth, served in a not too sweet syrup with wolfberries. A light dessert to end the meal with!

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I’ve been enjoying cupcakes from here since my school days, when the place was located on the outside of the Ngee Ann City Tower B. Always takes me back to being a teenager again.
This was a sugee cupcake, topped with lavender cream and filled with lemon curd. I must admit it was the colour that made it irresistible to me! I never finish the frosting, as I always find it too sweet.
Sorry it’s a lil squashed in the picture, I got it to go, n took it outta the takeout box for a photoshoot!


Of course I picked the pie when I saw it on the menu!
Chocolate ganache filling was decadent and velvety, together with the chocolate banana cream, but the banana fruit within made it not too rich to finish the entire slice. The best part was the generous amount of chocolate shavings the pie was topped with.
$10 for a slice, $70 for a whole pie. I see a birthday pie in my very near future!

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Chocolate & Kaya Swiss rolls, $7 & $8 respectively for the entire roll. The cake itself was so soft & fluffy to the touch, u wld not believe. Tried the Kaya first, it was so moist, delicious! But it paled in comparison to how good the Chocolate was. I was so pleasantly surprised! The filling was so good, a mixture of creaminess & fudginess. I’m officially on a mission to try out all the flavours!

Refreshing and icy! I went for 50% sugar, as that’s what the staff recommended, but I think I’ll try 25% next. This is supposed to be dairy free, so yay for us who can’t have milk. You can add pearls and other yummy bubble tea toppings if you like as well.


Yummy! I think I’ll get pearls next time instead of pudding. Wish this came in the smaller size though, it’s too much for me to finish.

Light fluffy cake with pulut hitam (black glutinous rice) filling and topped with a layer of coconut cream. The coconut milk really goes together with the pulut hitam. Salty sweet and savoury 🙂. Sadly, the roasted pulut hitam on the cake was hard and dry.. It would have been nice if it was crunchy.
And again, I'm not too fond of traditional cakes.. Or coconut lol

Rating: 5.5/10
Will i return: No
Price: S$8
Date of visit: 22 January 2018

I like Pine Garden cakes because they’re light and not overly sweet. Even the creamy cakes like this Lychee Martini one are so easy to eat. Fragrant and delicious!

Sweet corn juice and yam dessert at Putien. I love love the sweet corn juice, never had anything like that before. It’s something I have to order everything I’m here!

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A deep-fried choux pastry, fluffy and airy soft, generously coated with powdered sugar, served piping hot and fresh.
Eaten as a dessert. But in New Orleans, it's also eaten for breakfast. Expect a slight wait as these are prepared to order. Simple yet so tasty.
Dancing Crab
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I’m so glad windowsill exists in Singapore because its so hard to find quality pies in Singapore.
From the gorgeous mint green pie clockwise you have the:
Strawberry Lemon
Pumpkin Pecan
Rum and apple (2 slices just cause its christmas)
Morello Cherry
Coconut Lime Vodka
Banana Cognac
and Camp Symmetry
My top 3 were the Camp Symmetry with its white chocolate ganache, topped with white truffle infused cookie streusel and candied thyme, the Banana Cognac where the banana parfait, almond brittle and cognac cream were insanely good and their Morello Cherry which was really really shiok and incidentally their signature.
Their pies are about $60+ for 10 slices or $70 for an assortment. Expensive? Relatively, but ITS CHRISTMAS GUYS!!! *note this was a takeaway, I'm sure they serve it in a nice plate and stuff

Combine everything you love about froyo and coconut ice cream and you get frozen coconut, or Froco for short. This takeaway stand in Plaza Singapura doles out all things coconut from parfaits to smoothies and coconut water. The young coconuts used here are harvested straight from their own plantation in Thailand, and all the items are made with 80 percent coconut water. Its offerings are also low in dairy content and fat, making this a refreshing yet healthy post-meal treat. Order the FROCO Frozen Coconut ($3.80 for short cup, $5 for tall cup) and top it off with the likes of homemade muesli, fruits and chocolate ($0.80 per topping). Otherwise, share the COCO Parfait ($6.50) with a friend — it comes with three generous servings of toppings!
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Ni Eats

Daisy S.

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