Simply Sweet

Simply Sweet

From the classics to the twist of old favourites and impressive showstoppers, turn your stressed to desserts.
Jessica Chew
Jessica Chew

Super comforting to sip into a cup of hot chocolate on a cold rainy night. I had the 70% Costa Rica which was a nice balance of sweet and bitter. Perfect! 😋

Cafe Latte ($4.60)
Chocolate Reese Cheesecake ($7.50)

This garden-themed cafe makes me feel like I'm out of the bustling SG with its harmonious mix of floral, food and earthy interior furnishing. Coupled with a good cup of joe and a slice for my sweet tooth, it was simply relaxing and comfortable.

I tried the new limited chocolate frozen yogurt and added the rocher sauce, making it a cup full of chocolatey and nutty goodness. As much as I love chocolate, I think I will stick to the original flavour in future for its tangy-sourish taste.

Sweet, tangy and citrusy, this cocktail concoction brought out the tropical vibes as a vibrant and refreshing drink. Loving it even more with its Happy Hour Special at only $11. 😍🍹

This is the most elegant macchiato tea I've ever seen. The tea had a smoky fragrance and the layer of oolong tea-infused milk foam capped on top of it added a touch of creaminess with some crunch from the oreo bits. Oh my delicious!!! 🥰

The soft serve was smokey and creamy with a distinct roasted tea flavour and a right amount of sweetness. Easily one of my favourites, it was simply delightful with the chewy and jelly-like mochi coated with sweet and nutty soybean powder.

A keto-friendly treat for a low-carb, sugarless and gluten-free diet. The cheesecake was made using natural ingredients and maintained its light and fluffy-ness expected of a Japanese cheesecake. There was just a right balance of sweetness though the yuzu flavour could be stronger.

A slice of bliss...make that double then! The S'mores Pie was light and fluffy with a combination of toasted marshmallow and chocolate ganache, coupled with a tart crust. The flavours of the Yuzu Lemon Cheesecake were in contrast. It was a cheesecake classic with a Japanese twist that was light and creamy with a vibrant and citrusy tang of yuzu and lemon.

Lemon Tart ($7.50)
Latte ($5.20)

This dessert on display caught my eye with its pretty colour for an afternoon treat. The tart was made up of tangy lemon curd on a buttery and crumbly biscuit base. Its sourness balanced the sweetness perfectly and with a refreshing kick of zesty-ness, this lemon tart definitely made it into my list of favourites. 🥰

Death by Chocolate & Carota Carota ($13.90/each)

Both affogato desserts were served with a double shot of espresso. The signature Death by Chocolate came served beautifully in a martini glass filled with rich chocolatey sorbet, brownie chunks and streusals; and topped off with a dark chocolate disc. Mixed in the Grand Tazza, I felt disappointed as the bitter espresso masked much of the rich-sweetness of the chocolate.

Carota Carota was lighter in flavour in comparison. Think of of it as a deconstructed carrot cake with walnuts, cream cheese and a scoop of carrot cake ice cream. Pouring in the Mocharoma espresso resulted in a moist cake crumble dessert that was a tad bit overpowering. Thumbs up on the carrot cake ice cream though as it had a right balance of sweetness and cinnamon flavour running through it.

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Fuss-free on the presentation that first impression was just a simple chiffon cake. Nothing much to it. But once I had a bite, the taste was lemak as its name suggest with the laksa flavour coming through. Some grated coconut would have elevated the dish but surprisingly not bad at all.

A refreshing cup with layers of icy yogurt, grandola and mango fruit topped with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream. It was filling and felt like something I would eat for breakfast.

Food is an adventure in itself. More to explore. Even more to share.

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