Desserts

Desserts

Featuring Matchaya (The Cathay), Nesuto, Bakery Brera & Fine Foods, 108 Matcha Saro (Suntec City), Hua Ting Restaurant, BUNDT by The Backyard Bakers, Yi Jia Bakery House Cafe, Garden Grill
Stephanie Sim
Stephanie Sim

This was really good! Came with lots of fresh fruits and granola.

I think the standard of the cream puffs has dropped SEVERELY from the last time I've been here 2 years ago. The rum ball was dry and required all my post-workout energy to break apart. Do not recommend either anymore, sadly. Breads are still decent though! It's a pity cos this used to be my favorite bakery ever when I was schooling nearby in JC.

Part of the 4-course Xmas set meal at SGCC ($25.80) - - pretty light-tasting end to a very big meal. Given that most pumpkin pies you'd get outside would likely cost at least ~$6, this was really worth it!

This was lovely! The lightly sweetened tau huay balanced out the richness of the avocado. Sprinkled liberally with sunflower and pumpkin seeds, this dessert was a brilliant end to a v hearty canto meal.

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This was delicious. It sits tinier than the one at Mr Obanyaki at takashimaya food hall but with a much heftier price tag ($3.50). Perhaps because of the additional Warabi mochi which isn't common, but still - I would be hesitant to try this again.

I LOVE TBB's iced flat white ($5) and if you're a regular you'd know there's an espresso ice ball in there which melts slowly into the milk so your coffee isn't cold BUT diluted. Wasn't that big a fan of the French toast though, would stick with their savoury offerings like the avo and pesto on croissants etc, which I found much more value for money given that both are the same price (around $8)

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Black sesame cake and tiramisu from nesuto, a cozy space around the tanjong pagar/duxton which was perfect for a post Friday-night dinner. Preferred the goma cake here to the one at Hvala - - far lighter, fluffier and easier on the palate with an equally strong black sesame flavour, which I really loved. The tiramisu was okay but not fantastic imo. Nonetheless these desserts, originally $9 and $11.50 respectively, were much more worth it on #burpplebeyond! They also have a really interesting range of teas to go with your desserts -- both hot and cold brewed. Boyfriend and I tried pandan, which isn't really up my alley but the others looked promising too.

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I think it was $3. I don't know why reviews fawn upon them, I found the breads here to be very average and one of the owners horribly reticent, ruining my experience entirely, but maybe it was just an off day for them.

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