1 Selegie Road
#B1-12 GR.iD
Singapore 188306

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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With Burpple it’s super value for money! $10ish for 2 desserts that are in pretty big portion! I really like the rabbit yogurt cake:)



Worth it for BB deal. Can't tell if its good souffle but the gf liked it so i guess its good. I liked the black sesame sauce and accompanying ice cream.

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Big. Finely shaved. Thai Milk Tea shavings. Cool decor (literally).

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Smile Dessert is probably a name that should not be unfamiliar to most these days — the whimsical dessert shop that occupies the former spot of now-defunct Nunsongyee at Tan Quee Lan Street had recently opened a new outlet at the basement of GRI.D (formerly PoMo along Selegie Road). The new outlet sports an “International Klein Blue” design theme — still pretty loud and eclectic just like its other outlet with an interior that is decked with neon lights, soft toys, cartons of paper cups, and even mannequins. The menu at their GRI.D is largely the same as the one available at Tan Quee Lan Street, though there are also new items such as the Durian Smoothie (their rendition of the local favourite Durian Pengat/Durian Mousse) here.

Found ourselves ordering the Black Swan Souffle Pancake — wasn’t very inclined to order this given how it was a little pretentious with its black aesthetic but was informed by the staff that it was a flavour involving black sesame and truffle so we went straight for it. Sadly, the soufflé pancakes here felt a little not to well-made here; whilst the souffle pancake on the top was light, airy and fluffy, the one beneath felt a little overdone and was a bit dry and cake-y in comparison — a little bit of inconsistency there. While there was a light hint of roast-y black sesame aroma that perfumes through the light “mousse” that is drenched atop the souffle pancakes, the said truffle element was just non-existent. There wasn’t much to mention about the sliced strawberries on the side, though the vanilla ice-cream and cone on the side was pretty commercial and basic — felt like those generic ones available to grab at supermarkets.

Smile Dessert is probably one of those places that one shouldn’t bear too much of an expectation on their food – the food is pretty serviceable but there are definitely better and more artisanal offerings of almost the same for the item that they serve within the vicinity for those with a discerning palate. Perhaps what makes Smile Desserts so popular is the fun, eclectic interior that is nothing short of instagrammable, but that is also probably the best that they can offer here.


Came here for the ambience, quite a fun place! Had the durian mille feuille and the tiramisu souffle. Not too bad for a theme cafe

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