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Featuring Tom's Palette, An Acai Affair (DUO Galleria), Thrive by Boxgreen and An Acai Affair, JUJU (Botanic Gardens), The Dark Gallery (Funan), Yogurtland (Suntec City), Tsujiri (Clarke Quay Central), Good Food Coffee & Bakery
R Goh
R Goh

Was disappointed to learn that their outlet at Bugis had been removed from burpple beyond, but thankfully this outlet remained! Scored the triple A ($13.90, large) to share for dessert. The acai is smooth and distinctly flavoured, pairing well with granola, fruits and super foods. You even get a choice of sauce!

Really enjoy the ice cream here! They always have a large rotating offering of flavours, which makes every visit an experience. Opted to try their French waffles with a double scoop this time ($13)! The waffles are crisp on the outside and slightly fought on the inside, served with raspberry sauce and a dash of honey. We opted for pistachio, blueberry cheesecake, mocha mac nut and honey cinnamon!

I personally prefer their signature hot chocolate, which comprises a sweeter and thicker blend of chocolate. However, their single origin chocolate ($8.50) is a good alternative! The drink feels a little bit thinner, but I like how you can choose from 5 different intensities of cacao.

Chimney King ($8.90) really impressed us with its rich flavour and many dimensions! Retaining the crispy yet chewy walnut pastry base, it is topped with vanilla soft serve - creamy and specked with vanilla beans. It is studded with fudge brownie pieces and drizzled with chocolate & salted caramel sauce. The different textures and flavours worked really well together! Would definitely order this again ✌🏼🌟

Was suuuper intrigued when I saw this on chope! I haven’t seen any other stores selling chimney cakes thus far. A dessert originating from Hungary and popular throughout east Europe, it comprises a pastry base reminiscent of a cross between a doughnut and a croissant. Good Food tops theirs with ice cream, sorbet or whipped cream! The chimney pistachio ($7.90) is topped with chocolate soft serve and crusted with pistachio. The nuts made it a little messy to eat, but the ice cream was very smooth and rich!!


Muuuch prefer this to the outlet at Thomson!! The acai here is super rich and not at all icy. The triple A ($13.90) features acai layered with granola, seasonal fruit and plenty of superfoods. You get a choice of sauce, and my favourite is the cookie butter! Plus points for the friendly staff ✌🏼

Jumped at the chance to try Tsujiri’s limited edition item when they launched a flash 1-for-1 promotion!! This is the warabimochi parfait ($9.80). With a choice between matcha or vanilla, we got one of each. The matcha was dense and creamy, striking a good balance between sweet and bitter. The vanilla was a little icy but richly flavoured! The soft serve is layered with sweet whipped cream, rice crispies and (what tasted like hojicha) pudding. I was a little surprised because I expected more substantial / quality toppings for the steep price point, but these added dimension in both taste and texture. My faaavourite part of this parfait is the warabi mochi!! Tsujiri nailed the jelly consistency perfectly, and I enjoyed both the matcha and kinako.

Tried a smoothie bowl here, since it’s not available at other AAA outlets! My Better Half ($9.90) features banana blended with chocolate protein and is topped with some fruits & superfoods. Preparation took quite long although the store was empty, so our bowls came out a little melted.. the chocolate banana blend was a little of both but not distinctive enough, leading to a rather flat flavour. Thankfully, the toppings helped to add texture and variety! Will probably stick to their acai bowls the next time.

Why get a medium cup when you can go big with a large ($6.50)? The large cup comes with 200g of frozen yogurt and 3 toppings, which is such an indulgence! Had the natural yogurt flavour, which I loved for the slight hint of sourness - it definitely matches up to some of the bigger brands. You’d also be spoiled for choice with the extensive selection of toppings. Best of all is that this is available on burpple beyond hehe so here’s a good post-meal dessert at a steal!

Warm weather calls for a refreshing icy dessert to beat the heat! 100% vegan and free of refined sugar, this açai juju bowl ($8.50, regular) sure packs a punch. I liked that it wasn’t as sweet as most other açai blends out there. The swirl looks deceivingly small, but it was densely packed. It was served with banana, blueberries, mulberries, chia pudding, granola and a drizzle of peanut butter. A pity that the only other flavour available was black sesame (the server actually offered to let us mix flavours in the same bowl!) because I was really looking forward to try the other fruit-based ones. Will be back soon enough!


R Goh

Level 7 Burppler · 366 Reviews

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