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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

Artisan éclairs are made daily in-house here that feature the classics and on-trend flavours that looked so ever elegant. I decided to settle for a box of the dark chocolate, lemon, tiramisu and lychee white peach. The choux dough was crisp and light; and each was filled with its own rich and fresh cream that I could taste the flavour within. It's not too rich nor sweet either. A perfect treat at any time of the day and not forgetting - it's one-for-one on Burrple Beyond. Even more to buy and share!

Mint Mocha Frappe ($7.50)
Chocolate Banana French Toast ($12)

The mint mocha was a chocolately-minty cold treat on a humid afternoon. It was rich and thick but nicely balanced.
Other than the thick toast itself being sweet, there was nothing much to rave about if it wasn't for the toppings. Dressed up with banana, strawberries, blueberries and chocolate syrup, the banana was the star as it had a nice burnt caramelised crunch that gave the toast an overall sweet touch.

Homegrown ice cream brand, Ice Cream & Cookie Co, has a variety of ice-cream sandwiches at about $5 for one. A sizeable sandwich with a chewy texture, this makes a very satisfying treat with a good ratio between the cookie and the ice-cream. 🤗

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If this was a boo-hoo, I'll gladly take it. This burnt cheesecake had a light, creamy and velvety consistency as compared to the classic and it's without a crust. Accompanied with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream, it's won over my heart and all the way to my tummy! 🥰

The sticky pudding was a mound of aromatic goodness that was moist and not overly sweet. Served warm with a dollop of good old classic vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce, this was a sweet and sticky date not to be missed.

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With coffee, mascarpone and cocoa taste, this Italian classic dessert was elegant and light with the right level of sweetness. Unfortunately for the price, I was not particularly awed as I had better ones.

There's something about a good yuzu cheesecake that is invigorating. A citrusy tang of yuzu had my tongue tingling upon the first bite; and pairing it with the sweetness from the raspberry glaze, it was refreshing. The buttery biscuit base and pistachio bits added a coarse texture that complemented well with the overall rich and creaminess of the cheesecake.

The thyme-infused cone was freshly made on the spot, maintaining its crispiness. It was thin and complmented the earthiness of the roasted green tea flavour very well. Much loves! 😋

Pistachio Chocolate Cake ($6)
Earl Grey Lemon Cake ($5)

Simplicity and stunning, these cakes looked perfect for garden parties. The Pistachio Chocolate Cake donned a flower field look; was crumbly and chocolatey rich. The Earl Grey Lavender Tea Cake, on the other hand, was disappointing as it was a bit on a drier side and the notes of earl grey were subtle.

Western meets Asian version of a classic apple strudel. Unfortunately the pastry was too thick and doughy; and cutting it into bite pieces was a messy affair as the apple filling would spew out. The combination of vanilla ice cream, chopped pistachios and custard creme anglaise was delicious though. The custard creme anglaise was light, smooth and creamy with a nice of balance of sweetness to it.

Honey Lemon Rosemary Tart
Pink Pear Elderflower Tart
Citronella Passionfruit Cheesecake
($7.50 each)

These tropical desserts hit all the right summer notes as each has its own distinct flavours. The Honey Lemon Rosemary Tart had a light sweetness to it with a slight sourish tinge and the scent of rosemary. The Pink Pear Elderflower Tart was fragrant and sweet with the delicate floral flavour coming through. The Citronella Passionfruit Cheesecake had a right density to it with a tangy note.

White Cold Brew ($8)
The Huat Shake ($9.80)
Coffee-Infused Gula Melaka Ondeh Ondeh (5 for $6)

Back here for my favourite white cold brew and a taste of the Huat Shake and the coffee-infused gula melaka ondeh ondeh. The Huat Shake is a coffee-based milkshake made with espresso, milk, chocolate bits and peppermint ice cream. The shake was thick, creamy with a refreshing aftertaste from the peppermint but the coffee taste was lacking. But if you love a shake that isn't too sweet, this is good and going at a special offer of $4.80 (U.P. $9.80) with any purchase. The pieces of ondeh ondeh added on as a nice sweet treat though I felt it could have more coffee and more gula melaka filling.

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