37 Smith Street
Singapore 058950

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Monday:
12:00pm - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 09:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 09:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 09:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 09:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 09:00pm

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Reviews

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Mocchi Singapore is a relatively new dessert stand located nearby the market entrance of Chinatown Food Street. Felt that the desserts were pricey considering their size, though they indeed put in much thought on the designs. This dome-shaped matcha crepe had a layer of matcha cream sitting atop the crepes, as well as matcha custard on top that oozes out upon cutting. Texture of the matcha cream was smooth, but the matcha flavour itself was a lot more mild, on the milkier end and a touch sweet. Unfortunately, not something I’d recommend.

Was tipped off about Mocchi by some friends; the establishment being more of a hole-in-the-wall concept being housed within DD Eatzakaya along Smith Street — while DD Eatzakaya seems to serve up Japanese cuisine, Mocchi is almost seemingly like a separate concept serving up desserts ranging from crepe cakes, entremets, choux puffs to Warabimochi.

Was pretty intrigued by their crepe selection here; whilst only comprising of two flavours (either Cheese or the Matcha; the latter being the one which we had opted for), the crepes are somewhat of a Mille Crepe served in their own distinct style. Rather than featuring layers of crepes stack atop each other, the Crepe Matcha comes with a cream filling in the middle — all that while the crepe on the exterior replicates the layered texture of a Mille Crepe through its multiple folds. The matcha notes come a little muted here, but does carry a slight bitter undertone of the said tea — the cake comes topped with a matcha sphere that helps to enhance those flavours just a little; something almost akin to molecular gastronomy where the sphere explodes with a poke from the fork to reveal liquid matcha within that helps to give a bit of a surprise factor.

While I did enjoy the execution of the Crepe Matcha, the dessert could perhaps do better with a stronger note of the tea — perhaps using a more premium matcha product may help in pushing out those flavours a little more. Otherwise, Mocchi is a pretty decent find along Smith Street, though some other bakes such as the Hazelnut Choux could be improved upon (the pastry was a tad dry and spongy, though was still crisp and well-filled with salted caramel and hazelnut cream within). Somewhere worth trying if within the area.

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Stall name:
Mocchi

Impressions:
Strong matcha flavour, good aroma and bitterness to it. It's not overly milky, as compared to lot's of matcha drinks. Even came with a cute bear-shaped soft serve on it.

Rating:
7.5 / 10

Verdict:
✅Will return✅
I guess it's okay
Meh
Not going back

Notes:
They serve cakes, Mont Blanc, and other desserts too. It's located at where Fatty Weng used to be, along the Chinatown food street.

Location:
Mocchi
Next to DD Eatzakaya

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