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Ting C
Ting C

Banana, chocolate, frangipane, peanuts, desiccated coconut.

I love their frangipane tarts but this had too much going on. It could do without the peanuts and coconut as it overpowered the other flavours. I could not taste the banana at all.

My fav tart of theirs is still the apple tart. Will not get this and the treacle tart - which is way too sweet - again.

Moist, almost fudgy chocolate cake with lots of chocolate chips. There was a very slight weird aftertaste that I did not like. Did not love it texture and taste wise.

Will not get this again. Prefer their breads to cakes and brownies.

Pineapple, apricot, orange, spelt flour.

It did not taste like the typical carrot cake but I really liked it. There was no walnuts and it was topped with very light cream cheese frosting that tasted like buttercream.

The cake was soft, moist, fluffy and tasted good with the candied fruits. Will get this again.

A weekend special. The key lime filling was too sweet - wished it was tart instead of sweet.

Will not get this again and it was not cheap.

6” 5-8 servings. Crispy hazelnut praline, chocolate sponge, hazelnut creameux, dark choc mousse.

The proportion of crispy praline, mousse and cake was just right - not too much mousse or too much sponge. Enjoyed this a lot and it was very reasonably priced at $50 considering that many cake shops are selling theirs at $50-60+.

Will get their whole cakes (and try more flavours!) for birthdays again.

Milo-coffee ganache in espresso tart shell.

Strong coffee taste with no hint of Milo at all which I like because Milo usually taste like cheapo chocolate. Really liked the rich coffee ganache and it’s one of the cheaper, under $10 tarts here.

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Dark chocolate mousse, caramelized bananas, crunchy feuilletine.

For dark chocolate lovers. It was rich, dark, chocolatey with subtle taste of bananas. Small, not exactly cheap, but tasty. I like~

Passion fruit mango, lychee rose, matcha adzuki, ondeh ondeh, hazelnut chocolate, orh nee.

The mini tarts were soooo small. A large tart is the size of 5-6 mini tarts and much more worth it at $8.50.

The ondeh, lychee rose and passion fruit mango fillings were runny and meh flavour wise. The only one I’ll eat again was the yam and maybe matcha if it was less sweet. Fillings were generally on the sweeter side except the yam.

Okay tarts that were not worth it for the price. Get the large tart instead if you have to.

Chewy cookie but abit too crumbly and not enough chocolate chips, too much dough.

Had it before and it used to be tastier. Some inconsistency issues maybe? Meh.

Have not had their original brownie in years! I thought I preferred their original to black cocoa brownie but having had the original brownie again, I realised it was sweeter than the black cocoa brownie and not necessarily more chocolatey too.

I can hardly taste any banana inside - there was definitely less banana in it than before.

Chocolate buttermilk sponge, valrhona 70% ganache and dark choc glaze looked more promising than it tasted and the glaze was rather sweet. Not that it was bad, but it was nothing to shout about either. APOC tasted much better.

Preferred this to the 𝗚𝘂𝗹𝗮 𝗠𝗲𝗹𝗮𝗸𝗮𝘆𝗮 $𝟴 with gula melaka sponge, pandan kaya coconut mousse and chantility cream which was quite sweet.

Either Luna is overhyped or I picked the wrong things.

Raspberry sponge layered with praline feuilletine and chocolate mousse.

The individual components taste good but I thought the proportions were off - too much mousse, too little cake, too much jam - which made this hard to finish because it got cloyingly sweet for me.

I also thought using bittersweet chocolate mousse instead would complement the sweet raspberry jam and glaze better.

Did not finish this.

Ting C

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