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[CLOSED] Patisserie Platine by Waku Ghin

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~$15/pax
* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. *

10 Bayfront Avenue
Rise Lounge
Singapore 018956

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From the Burpple community

Find this pastry stand in the swanky lobby of Marina Bay Sands for lazy, luxurious afternoons. Choose from an array of 18 freshly baked sweet treats. Their Coconut Mousse with Mango and Passion Fruit ($10) sees sweet coconut mousse and a zesty mango and passionfruit core seated on a biscuit base. For something light and delicate, the Ghin Cheese Cake ($12) with a sugary coating and a buttery sable base will satisfy.
Photo by Burppler Veronica Phua

Pretty and tasty, most importantly you don't see overnight pâtisserie on display, freshness guaranteed.

The strawberries used are the smaller kinds so that it fits into the mouth together with the cake in bite sized pieces.
I didn't get to try the ghin cheesecake, but this cake is enough for me to go back again!

The name does not reveal the true nature of this cake. I was totally taken aback by the explosion of coffee on my first bite, and realised that all the centre layers were espresso flavoured cream and sponge. The matcha turned out to be really subtle, so if you're looking for a strong green tea dessert, this would not be one. Having said that however, I did enjoy this very much after setting the initial shock aside, the crunchy crumbles melding with the soft buttery cream and cake... again more as a coffee dessert.

By the way, Rise Lounge in MBS Hotel Tower 1 is a great spot for catching rare Pokemon 😏

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Yep, this petite but delectable creation ($10++) didn't last long around us. Not when it tasted the way it did. Just look at that cross-section. Within the ovoid of light-as-air coconut mousse seated on a soft biscuit base was a ridiculously intense mango and passionfruit core. What a marvelous combination of sweet and tart they made.
Honestly, I preferred this to the gentle-tasting Ghin Cheesecake, which actually happens to be the signature dessert here.

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Imagine a captured cloud that's been infused with cheesecake flavour ☁️☁️☁️

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