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Sweet Things

Sweet Things

Featuring Curious Palette, Dopa Dopa Creamery, Krave (Bali Lane), belle-ville Pancake Cafe (Bugis Junction), Artea
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No one does gelato as good as them, I swear!! Back again at my favourite place for gelato. Got these sweeties on Burpple Beyond 1-for-1 and super worth it 💯

Got the Pistachio & Hazelnut & Lemon Basil & Green Tea Toasted Rice. I must say all of them were done well starting with the sweet intense Pistachio that had a fragrant nutty taste and pistachio bits omg so good😍 to the hazelnut which tasted like ferrero rocher and having a scoop of the Lemon Basil which went well as a palate cleanser to cut off the heaviness of the previous flavours and for me to indulge more😬 The toasted green tea though, I must say even made a matcha hater like me to love this👍👍 it was just done so well I cannot describe it, gotta try for yourself especially those who dislike matcha.

I would gladly return anytime I’m craving for the pistachio because hands down, the best pistachio gelato I ever tasted and even without the 1-for-1, I would get it. Special shoutout to the Toasted Green Tea too❤️ Miss this already😅

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Ordered the ever famous Berry Ricotta Hotcake ($18.90). Waited 30 mins for this and I was so excited to have it after hearing rave about this beauty. It was filled with tons of ingredients and at first look, maybe the price tag isn’t so bad. Immediately digged in and somehow, my heart sank. I was letdown with how the hotcake was undercooked and the nuts being old and powdery. The berries were on the sour side as well. I guess that’s enough for me to not return anymore. I think there may be a consistency issue with this place as some hotcakes looks much darker in colour hence mine was an unfortunate event .. 😔

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$7 for this and oh boy it was so good! Thought it would be a hot dessert but it was cold. Not complaining at all cuz it was really good and sweet. Had the real cempedak fruit inside as well and it was big too! So worth it yum yum. However best to share with someone as it can get jelak

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Had the Mango Souffle ($8.80) early this year. It was so cute and pretty small actually. Taste was alright, mangoes were ok but would have went better with vanilla ice cream. No longer on the menu but this attracted a lot of customers for their opening. Not sure if it will make a return

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Had the Mango Pancakes $14.40/4pcs. Looked pretty and was jiggly too! Generous amount of Mangoes were given on top and between the stacks and they were sweet too! Thumbs up for that :) Hokkaido cream in between the stacks were airy and light which provided good texture.

However, the sides seem to be quite undercooked and grainy. Requested for the staff to change however they came back saying it was supposed to be that way. Hmmm it tasted off with the apparent flour taste. Had to cut away the sides but the rest were pretty good and delicious, especially with the vanilla ice cream which I think could be bigger hehe

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Another foodie that loves to eat and share all the good stuff so nobody misses out! 😊

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