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Got these famed eclairs at jewel, but unfortunately, the Ispahan was already sold out! Nevertheless I got my hands on the Dark Chocolate, Salted Caramel, Vanilla & Pecan, the season Sesame flavour and they did not disappoint one bit! Luxurious and a sight for sore eyes, each bite was a perfect mix of goodness, intricately crafted.

U.P, $47, and using 3-for-3 discount, became $24. It is a bit too ex without burpple, and my wallet feels a little too light. A treat for special occasions, and I’ll be back for the Ispahan!

2 decent sized scoops of ice cream in a cup. The blue milk ice cream has a light milky flavour with a dash of saltiness with every spoonful. There really isn’t much addition of flavour from the blue pea flower other than the pretty blue aesthetics. But this was a very unique tasting ice cream that was both milky and slightly savoury (because of the salty element) at the same time. Worth a try!

The apiary flavour comprised of honey ice cream with cocoa nibs. The sweetness from the honey ice cream was a bit stark at first, and so the cocoa nibs really helped to balance it out as well as give the smooth ice cream a little crunch, adding to a very interesting texture. It took me a while to get use to the combination of the ice cream and nibs, but it did grow on me after a while.

The texture of the ice cream here is done really well. Smooth and creamy as it should be. Overall, the flavours I’ve tried were pretty decent. I’d definitely come back to try other flavours especially with the chill vibes and minimalist space they offer, but I can only imagine how crowded it’ll be on the weekends.


The tok panjang set completed with set of desserts.

You could find items like pulot enti kelapa, pulot enti durian, apom bokwa and kueh kosui.

Hidden in Claymore Connect, a small mall under Orchard Hotel; there’s is this Peranakan restaurant with Peranakan decorations.

If you come with at least one friend, I would recommend you to go for their signature tok panjang.

It is a traditional feast that laid out on big table to accommodate kaleidoscope and magnitude of food. The Peranakan have created this extensive tasting menu with 2 options: $48 (LKY) or $68 (WKW).

As I have only another friend with me, so we went for the $48 set.

It comes with a soup which you could choose from either bakwan keli ting or chap chye with duck soup.

3 starters are kueh pie ti, ngoh hiang and nasi ulam.

For the 5 mains we have chicken buah keluak, chicken & pork rendang, fried fish stuffed with sambal and chap chye.

The set also included individual rice, sambal balachan and condiments.

It is definitely a festive meal we have here, with different types of main for us to enjoy.

Loved this scoop because of how light the sweetness of the lychee and raspberry flavours worked out. The sweetness from the lychee was pleasant and apparent, while the citrus nodes from the raspberry gave a bit of sourish element to the sweetness. Both elements of lychee and raspberry complemented one another very well. The texture was also creamy and slightly chewy - wouldn’t go wrong if they’d market themselves as gelato. Also, a generous single scoop given!


The pulut hitam flavour was thick and creamy, and actually pretty chewy/stretchy to the point they could market it as gelato. I liked how I could taste a bit of char in the glutinous rice flavour. However, at the same time, the coconut element in this scoop was evidently too overwhelming. I enjoyed this until the flavour became a bit too heavy with the strong coconut taste. Nonetheless, if you enjoy pulut hitam and don’t mind the overtly strong coconut, the flavour of glutinous rice in this dense scoop is strong and worth a try.


Mapo tofu Don was up to expectations!! Huge portion of tofu generously lathered onto short grain rice. The tofu was silky and soft mixed well with the spicy bean sauce. You have 3 options of spice level. I went for the 2nd level, which is the mid tier. Personally, I’d like to think I have a moderate amount of spice tolerance but this level 2 was already bordering my threshold. While I could handle the spice, it affected my ability to enjoy the meal properly. Nonetheless, it was still a good bowl of Mapo tofu. Would definitely go for the level 1 next time since I do want a spicy kick but still enjoy my meal.

While some may think the pricing here is a bit on the higher side, I personally think it’s affordable considering the quality delivered. Furthermore, purchasing Mapo tofu from your neighbourhood zichar style is almost equally expensive, and not as nice. So I’d recommend coming here for your Mapo tofu fix!

They also serve lunch sets:
1 premium side + drink = 15.30 (add 4.50)
1 regular side + drink = 14.30 (add 3.50)


Silky tofu and century egg in what seems like a soy & vinegar sauce that was very refreshing. A cold dish, it does to help combat the spice from the Mapo tofu!

Bought this with set, but price reflected above is ala carte price. Not sure if portion size will be different.