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Nesuto

2838 Wishlisted
~$15/pax
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
#01-01
Singapore 078992

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Friday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 06:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

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Walk in and you will find yourself completely immersed in a pastel paradise akin to that of a pristine dollhouse. With marble countertops and spheres of soft white light, one may escape from the hustle and bustle of the Tanjong Pagar CBD district, and seek solace in the charming little dessert boutique that is Nesuto (Japanese for “nest”). The humble patisserie, which is the brainchild of Plentyfull’s ex-head pastry chef Alicia is home to a sublime collection of expertly-crafted cakes and pastries, in which no effort was spared in their creation. Fresh, premium imported ingredients are utilised to their fullest potential with classical and contemporary French cooking techniques.
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Nesuto’s cakes are a reflection of innovation and sophistication that excite, where the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Le Chocolat ($9) is an example of such, a rich and decadent Valrhona dark chocolate mousse, resting atop a crumbly brownie base before finally being finished with a few shards of pure chocolate. Miss Ispahan ($9.80) was beautifully presented, a lone lychee rose rested atop a blissfully creamy dome of a layered raspberry jam core and a smooth rose and lychee cream exterior.
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A second visit was obligatory. On the day of our visit, we were presented with a new cake that appeared to be in its R&D phase. The Orelys Cassis ($8.60) featured a mirrored presentation to its darker cousin, Le Chocolat, with a completely different set of ingredients. The dessert crafted at Nesuto made full use of the Orelys’ discerning qualities and paired it alongside a blueberry cassis confit core atop a brownie base.
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As for my personal favourite in the house of the Nest, the clear winner stands to be their C3 Cheesecake ($9). Smooth, nutty and well-rounded, the cheesecake boasts recognizable flavours of Valrhona caramelized white chocolate and dark chocolate infused within the simply rich cheesecake. Sea salt adds a new dimension to the cake, bringing about a savouriness that truly complimented the sweetness and the richness, creating a perfectly balanced cake in its entirety. Wonderful place that does not fail to please.

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Good pairing. How can tea go wrong when there’s lychee?

Triple chocolate cheesecake made from salted dark chocolate cookie as the base, Oplays white chocolate cheesecake centre, and topped with Dulcey whipped ganache. Really enjoy this cake for the buttery chocolate crust and the decadent, thick cheesecake layer! Tried it on two separate occasions and both times were just as good!

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Really worth it with the burpple beyond app! Jasmine Orient is really floral with Jasmine tea notes and a soft matcha sponge in between. Place is not crowded and good for a short dessert break! Highly recommended!

Perfect for teatime in small groups, pop by this quaint cafe for gorgeous and delicate creations. Try the elegant Suzette ($9.80) that is both a treat for the eyes and the tastebuds — think smooth, creamy chocolate, orange caramel and liquored mousse on top of tart base. Worth the calories, Miss Ispahan ($9.80) is a rose cream delight with rapsberry confit, lychee gelee, vanilla sponge and brown sugar sable. With the #BurppleBeyond deal, pair your cakes with a drink, like the refreshing Hibiscus Lime Tapping Tapir drink ($6).
Photo by Burppler Cassie Ong

Ordered the Yuzu Raspberry cake and Jasmine Orient (?). With the Burpple deal, we also had Peach Oolong Tea and Earl Grey Blue Flower Tea to cleanse our palettes. The bill added up to $16 approximately, which was reasonable for a dessert set.

Taste wise, the Yuzu Raspberry cake is perfect if you crave for a treat that is lighter, slightly sour yet refreshing! The Jasmine cake, however, was too sweet for my friend’s and my liking but the tea definitely helped to negate the sweetness.

Staffs were attentive and amiable; and it was a cosy cafe to chill with a friend or two!

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