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Opposite Of Stressed? Desserts😫🍨

Opposite Of Stressed? Desserts😫🍨

Ice cream, waffles, tiramisu and everything post-meal that is of optimal sweetness🍦🍮🍰🧇Ratings take into consideration price of the dish, quality of the dish, and overall service and ambience of the location if applicable!🌟
Jaslyn Tan
Jaslyn Tan

This is a sweet dessert that is hard to fine in its authentic form in Singapore, but also requires an acquired taste for one to appreciate. Cannoli at Bar Cicheti has an outlet layer of crumbly crust that is thinner than usual, which may appeal to many. The creamy filling is due to the ricotta, and has bits of surprises of cranberries, chocolate chips and pistachios! An interesting choice of dessert you’d find in Singapore, and it’s worth a try if you like all things sweet😊
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Gone were the days when Frozen Yoghurts were the trend. I remember how it made a name for itself around Singapore, with teenagers going for froyo after school and not bubble tea.
For ‘mini’ I thought this cup was pretty big, but I’m not complaining since at that price point, it should be that way. I chose nata de coco as my topping, and it’s quantity was pretty decent! It complemented well with original flavour, which was sweet and sour both at the same time, yet, nothing wonderful. It tasted very much like a cup of frozen yoghurt you’d expect. However, for $4.50 and #burpplebeyond, it was worth it.

I have to admit that I’ve been stuck with my love for Yami Yoghurt. I enjoyed both the flavours and texture that store had to offer, so juxtaposing smooy against Yami.. would not be a fair fight. Gotta say this made me miss Yami Yoghurt and it’s presence in shopping Malls way too much!
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Mr softee soft serve has a unique creamy and soft texture - something like the ikea soft serve. While I found the chendol overwhelmingly sweet, it definitely does have the strong gula Melaka sugar that people with a sweet tooth would love. I’d rather their original mr softee! But with their innovation, it’s definitely worth the try if you are in a mood for a sweet dessert.
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I preferred this flavour way more than the salted caramel one. This was just a simple, light buttery crepe cake with a burnt caramelised glaze on top, finish the whole cake with an excellent texture which I enjoyed. I wouldn’t say it was a melt in your mouth goodness kind of crepe cake, but I thought it was not bad. Although $10 is pretty pricey, the size of the slice was huge, and I personally thought it was bigger than when I ate at the Jewel branch prior. Don’t often come to Lady M unless I’m in the mood for their aesthetics.. but I Guess I am willing to go back to choosing this slice if I don’t want to step out of my comfort zone any day.
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Going to unapologetically say that this was one of the worst things I’ve tasted. I’m not a fan of all things sweet or salted caramel for that matter, but even if you are... let me know if you agree with me.
Not only was this overwhelmingly sweet, it was a disgustingly sweet kind of taste which just didn’t mix well together. I admit that with such a flavour there should be a certain level of sweetness to it - but this flavour ain’t it. The salted caramel had a bitter taste infused throughout the cake - like where did this bitterness come from? I tried eating just the Mille crepe itself and passing on the salted caramel layer, but it was still salty and bitter. I don’t know what kind of combination this was, but it really isn’t for me.
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What I expected from this was matcha flavoured ice cream + cookies (Oreo) and cream. But what we got was way better! It was a mixture of Hokkaido milk AND matcha cookies. Thick, creamy, with the matcha cookie crunch!👍🏻
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I loved the texture of the macadamia nut ice cream - soft, but chewy, like gelato; but not so much the flavour. It was more milky than nutty, which made me feel like I bought a scoop of vanilla ice cream instead. The Danish nougat really tasted like nougat, sweet with almond taste, becoming a little bit too sweet after a while. Texture was nothing amazing. Overall not bad, just wished that both texture and flavour were not compromised for one another in both scoops.
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This ice cream was such a pleasant surprise!! Firstly, this isn’t the usual kind of flavours I’d order, but with a stroke of fate it just happened. I have to admit that I was scared of how sweet this flavour would turn out... I mean toffee?! And peanut butter?! But this scoop was so well balanced out with both flavours not overpowering one another, and it was just the right amount of sweetness. The best part for me was the gelato-like texture of this ice cream, it was creamy and not soft Nor icy. Plus, it is one of the more affordable ice creams I’ve had from a cafe, and one of the few that have delivered good standards of ice cream.
Can’t wait to try their waffles and other flavours!
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I preferred this over the hazelnut ice cream. The texture was not as icy and slightly creamier, but still a little icy. The pistachio flavour was really strong, which was good. It had pistachio bits in it too. Would probably get this flavour again, or try their other flavours to see how the other textures are like.
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This is categorised as a premium scoop, so it is 70 cents more expensive than the regular flavours. This was not bad, especially because it was not too sweet, but I felt like in many aspects it could’ve been better. I was hoping it could be creamier, but it turned out more icy. I was hoping the overall flavour was stronger too, but it was more towards the lighter side. There’s nothing wrong with that, but I would just prefer a stronger and creamier flavour!
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This milk pudding is something that you probably would enjoy if you’re a huge fan of milk and all it’s creaminess. The texture isn’t as soft and smooth like those in beancurd, it is more firm and coagulated. You can choose different toppings with this pudding. However, the almond one wasn’t that worth it as all they did was put some almond flakes I think. Admittedly, this isn’t something that I would come back for, but if puddings are your thing, I would suggest trying their recommended chrysanthemum milk pudding as it seems pretty good and famous as well.
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This is a new dessert stall around the Katong and Marine Parade vicinity, with their highlights being Chinese desserts. A good place to chill after a meal when the weather is too warm as the ambience is quiet and relaxing, but it might also get too crowded during peak hours.
While it was a nice place, this bowl of dessert did not sit well with me. The grass jelly was refreshing, small portion of mango cubes were alright. The taro balls did not have a chewy texture, but more soft and sticky. I think what was most overwhelming was the milk, which I suppose was Carnation milk. I personally felt like it was not the right ‘soup’ for the dish, and the strong taste of the Carnation milk ruined it for me. However, I think it’s a dessert for an acquired taste, and if you like milk and it’s variations, you might actually like this.
Although this bowl did not suit my palate, I would probably come back to try other desserts, perhaps the sago milk/sago fruits, as it is difficult to find quiet Chinese dessert places around the area where one can sit and chill.
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