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Nesuto, translating to “nest” in Japanese, symbolises home and family. It aims to bring the feeling of comfort, peace, and rest to every customers who step into its doors. Helmed by Head Pastry Chef Alicia Wong, Nesuto serves cakes and entremet made using quality and premium ingredients directly imported from France and Japan.

53 Tras Street
Singapore 078992

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12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 05:30pm

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🍊🧡 Duo Suzette (16 cm - $78.00) (part of limited specials under CNY 2021) tangy jelly filled with walnuts for cake 🧡🍊

The slight bitterness of the Matcha is present. It's actually quite a decent. If you like matcha and light creamy cakes this is for you. If you want an strong intense green tea cake and you don't like it cakes airy and creamy. Do not order. Unfortunately I belong to group 2. Probably not my type of cake.

This is their Chinese New Year cookies. I love the sesame and the coconut. I am not a fan of the orange pistachio. How is wish we can buy individual jars of 3s to mix and match. I would really love to buy their Matcha cookies.

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Came here specially for the chestnut cake as I’m a sucker for chestnut cakes but was disappointed. I generally like nesuto’s cakes as they are light and fluffy, with good flavour. This was indeed light & fluffy, but my bf & I agreed that the chestnut flavour didn’t come through. The most chestnutty part was the piped cream on top. The diced chestnut felt a bit out of place, would have preferred a paste! Didn’t like the chestnut rum pairing. The taste is a bit off. Sad, really wanted to like this :(

Both slices of cake were quite huge, their sponges were soft, cream was fresh and not too gelat, but still very rich - I couldn’t finish a slice on my own but it’s good for sharing. They taste good, with the right amount of sweetness. $9 a slice is a bit steep, but it’s worth a try for the quality of cake you get.

Yuzu Raspberry - I really liked the vanilla soufflé sponge, it was soft and fluffy. Both the yuzu and raspberry tastes were strong in this slice of cake, yet complemented each other well.

Japanese Matcha Azuki - a good pick for matcha lovers, as the matcha taste was quite overwhelming (in a good way, because I like matcha, but it can be a little bit much if you’re not too big a fan) in this slice of cake, with both the matcha soufflé sponge and the matcha mascarpone cream. There weren’t many Azuki beans in my slice, so it was mostly matcha for me. Still yummy though, I just wouldn’t be able to finish it on my own.

The chestnut cake is so easy and light to eat. I finish it up without difficulty. I am surprised because I generally don't like airy cakes with cream but I really enjoy this cake. The hojicha cake has a strong tea flavour and is rich. If you love the hojicha tea, you will love this cake. I like it too but I prefer the chestnut cake. Maybe because this is Christmas season and I am sick of super rich foods. My friend who share both cakes with me actually prefers the hojicha. I guess it's just my opinion regarding which cake to love.