198 Telok Ayer Street
Singapore 068637

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10:30am - 05:30pm

10:30am - 05:30pm

10:30am - 05:30pm


10:30am - 05:30pm

10:30am - 05:30pm

10:30am - 05:30pm

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From the Burpple community

The Mille Feuille's pastry was super fragrant and crisp. I usually have difficulty cutting through Mille Feuille but this was easy to cut and eat.

The pear tart had a generous amount of pear and it wasn't too sweet. I liked the slightly crisp texture and the fragrant almond cream too.

I wasn't a fan of the banana eclair because I'm picky with banana desserts and this had a rather artificial banana flacour but I liked the eclair pastry texture!

The Marron Poire was unique with rich chocolate, nutty chestnut and refreshing pear flavours combined together. The pear tart had a generous amount of pear and it wasn't too sweet.

The chou pastry was rather thin going well with the cream and the crunchy nougatine. The cream was light in flavour and not too sweet, with the sweetness coming from the crunch nougatine. I would like this more if the chou pastry was more crisp on top.

While imma firm believer that no chocolate cake can go wrong, there’re still of course clear distinctions between mind-blowing and slightly meh ones. Made using Ocoa chocolate, a 70% dark chocolate, the cake layer’s set on top of a crisp French butter biscuit, and topped with a dollop of what I presume is crème fraîche/chantilly/or something along those lines. It’s tasty for sure: chocolate-y enough, tender-crumbed, and has a sort of flourless chocolate cake-like custardy texture. It was aight, it just didn’t wow me. And at $8.80 I’d much rather have a go at the other, more intricate desserts they’ve got on display.